We’re just a week in but already February’s been a busy month for Gardaí in Carlow and Kilkenny.
And they’re looking for your help in cracking some alleged crimes.
Tuesday, 1st March, dog kennel was taken from a back garden at Monarch, Callan between 7:45pm and 10:30pm.
Sometime between 7:30pm that evening and 1:30pm on Wednesday (2nd Feb) a roof rack was taken from a Citreon Berlingo parked at Beechwood Park in Carlow.
Just after midnight Wednesday there was damage caused to a campervan at Banagher Place, Piltown, when a man was disturbed at just after midnight trying to steal a satellite dish from its roof.
He fled in a dark coloured saloon car in the direction of the area’s Centra.
Over the weekend then there were a number of burglaries.
Including at a house at Dolmen Gardens in Carlow Town while it was vacant on Saturday (5th Feb) between 6:45pm and 7:40pm. The front window had been forced with rooms searched and a small quantity of cash taken.
Between 6:45pm and 6:57pm the same evening entry was gained to a house at Heatherhill in Carlow through an unlocked front door. A bedroom was searched and rummaged through with cash and jewellery missing.
Later, from 5pm, to 8:45am Sunday (6th Feb) a large amount of coins in €2, €1 and 50c denominations were stolen from a car parked at Cypress Avenue, Loughboy, which may have been unlocked.
While tools were taken some stage from 11pm Saturday and 8pm on Sunday after a break-in at a garden shed at Newline, Callan.
Anybody with information on any of the above or who noticed suspicious activity in the areas mentioned should contact a local garda station.