Police in Derry are appealing for information about weekend burglaries and thefts.
Detective Inspector David McQuade said two houses at Palmerston Park, off Limavady Road, were burgled on October 31. A set of car keys was stolen form one house and a sum of money from the other.
Meanwhile, tools were stolen from a van at Clarence Avenue in Derry while the fireworks were being set off on Friday evening.
The Renault Traffic was broken into and items stolen included two Honda power washers both valued at £1400, one with a red frame the second with a black frame; two black rubber hoses valued at £150 each. Both hoses had brass Turbo Tips attached, valued at £60; and two industrial sprayers valued at around £1800 each.
And a farmer from the Eglinton area reported to police that sometime between Saturday, October 25 and Saturday, November 1 November 16 cattle were removed from a field behind the Copperthorpe area of Londonderry. The cattle vary in ages and breeds from Friesian, Belgian Blues and Aberdeen Angus, total value of approximately £6,000.