Neighbourhood Watch has alerted people in the area to a series of thefts in Llangollen over the past few days.
Sometime between 5pm on 17th November to 8am on 18th November 2013, a Red Honda Quadbike was stolen from a farm in the Rhewl area of Llangollen.
The quadbike is approximately eight months old and does not have any distinguishing features.
Offenders used a sledgehammer to break the lock of a farming shed in order to gain access to the quadbike, after which they then 'barrelled' in order to get it moved.
* Sometime between 11pm on 15th November and 7am on 16th November 2013, offenders gained access to a car in the Maes Bache area of Llangollen by smashing the passenger window.
Once entry has been gained a black women's handbag has been stolen. The handbag has yet to be found.
* Sometime between 11pm on 15th November and 7am on 16th November 2013, offenders gained entry into a garage on The Hermitage in Llangollen by breaking a padlock.
Once entry has been gained, unknown branded power tools were stolen from inside.
* Sometime between 1am and 10am on November 16th 2013, offenders gained entry into two garage/sheds in the Lower Dee Mill area of Abbey Road in Llangollen.
Entry was gained by breaking padlocks from the doors, and once within power tools were stolen, these include: 1x blue Makita drill with orange battery, 1x bright yellow 240v electric recuperating saw with 6" blade and 2x Makita drill cases.
* Two males were seen in the Maes Collen area of Llangollen trying garage and car doors at approximately 04.30 in the morning of 16th November 2013.
They ran off when a witness turned on light in his house.
The males were both early twenties in age, one was wearing a dark hooded top and the other a pale coloured hooded top.