Sergeant Paul Hughes, of Llangollen and Corwen Neighbourhood Engagement Team, is appealing for residents to secure their property.
He said: "Llangollen, Corwen and surrounding areas have suffered a number of thefts from sheds, unoccupied premises and vehicles over the last week, most occurring overnight.
"While these kinds of offences remain infrequent within our area, I urge local residents to ensure that property is secure and that gates and sheds are fitted with robust locks.
“With the onset of the dark evenings we need to be extra vigilant. If properties have security lighting, please ensure that it is maintained and checked regularly. I would suggest that owners consider post coding their property, especially bicycles, power tools and electrical equipment and to record details of serial numbers, which can assist in the retrieval of stolen property.
"Officers are continuing to target offenders, but I would appeal to members of the public that should they see or hear anything suspicious, to call us at the time.
“If residents believe they are witnessing criminal activity please make a note of any vehicle details and descriptions of the people involved, and contact us on 101 for non emergencies or 999 if they think that their or neighbouring properties are under threat at the time.
“We are fully committed to making this area an even safer place in which to live and work. To discuss these matters further with the neighbourhood engagement team in the Llangollen and Corwen area, please find our contact details on the North Wales Police website under Your Neighbourhood.
“All officers working in your particular area are highlighted accordingly."