Police are investigating a spate of crime - most targeting vehicles - throughout the area.
In Longridge, there have been 10 incidents within a week and police are calling for any witnesses to contact 01772 209583 or 101.
The first took place between 10.30pm on October 14 and 6.45am on October 15 when the rear windscreen of a Vauxhall Corsa parked on Higher Road was smashed causing £300 of damage.
Between 7pm-7.25pm on Saturday a quad bike belonging to Longridge Golf Club was stolen from the golf range before being found abandoned in Wellbrow Drive at 8.15pm the same night.
A Vauxhall Astra parked on Warwick Street had its rear driver’s window damaged between 5.30am-7.15am on Saturday and two bowling balls worth £125 were stolen.
The same morning, between 1am-10am, thieves stole a £150 Ipod from a Vauxhall Corsa parked on Kestor Lane, after the driver’s side window was smashed.
Between 11pm on Saturday and 7am Sunday an insecure Mercedes van parked on Hacking Drive was searched, but nothing was stolen.
Also, between 6pm Saturday and 7am Sunday, damage of £250 was caused to a Nissan van parked outside St Wilfrid’s Church on Derby Road after a passenger door panel was kicked and left dented and the nearside wing mirror smashed off.
Between 6.45am-8.20am on Sunday, two Shimano fishing reels worth £70 were stolen from a garage on Derwent Drive.
A 125cc Yamaha scooter stolen from a driveway on Chapel Hill between 8pm Sunday and 7.15am Monday was later found abandoned a few doors down and a Honda Dylan 125cc scooter worth £850 was stolen from the front of a garage on Thornfield Avenue between 5am-5.30am on Monday.
Over Friday night into Saturday vehicles were targeted in Goosnargh, and over Sunday night into Monday, mobile phones, sat navs and wallets/purses were stolen from vehicles in Grimsargh, a number of the vehicles having been left insecure.