Tools and bikes were stolen in recent burglaries across the Horsham district, according to police.
Barns, garages and sheds have been targeted and police have reinforced the message that these should be made as secure as possible.
- Kingslea, Horsham, between 4.30pm on November 21 and 10.30am on November 22.
An attempt was made to enter a property, the attempt failed and no entry was gained but damage was caused to a front door.
- Tower Hill, Horsham, during the night of November 20.
Garage door was forced and tools stolen.
- Tower Hill, Horsham, between 4pm on November 13 and 9am on November 20.
An attempt was made to enter a store room in a garden. Nothing stolen but damage was caused.
- The Street, Washington between 4pm November 19 and 11.30am on November 20.
A padlock and chain were broken off and removed from a barn and tools were stolen.
- Barns Farm Lane, Storrington, between 11pm November 19 and 7am November 20.
A door to an outbuilding was forced and various power tools were stolen.
- Elm Grove Lane, Steyning, between 9pm November 16 6.05am November 18.
The padlock to a shed was broken off and a pedal cycle was stolen.
- Oldbury Close, Horsham, between November 18-23.
A pedal cycle was stolen from a garage.