Police in South Holland, Bourne and the Deepings are looking into a spate of vandalism and thefts across the area.
A shed in Albert Street, Spalding, was vandalised between 9pm last Monday and 9am on Tuesday and in a separate incident, 11 fence panels were damaged outside a house in Chapelgate, Gedney.
Police believe it was targeted between 11pm on Saturday July 5 and 12.30am the next morning.
Meanwhile, a white and black child’s mountain bike was stolen from an area of Lutton between 11pm on Wednesday and 6.15am on Thursday.
Thieves have also stolen a Kawasaki ZZR 1100 motorbike from School Lane, Baston, between 1.30pm and 1.45pm last Tuesday, July 8.
In Market Deeping, two vehicles parked in Rosemary Avenue were vandalised between 1.30am and 2am on Sunday July 6.
Vandals also targeted a black Ford Focus parked in George Street, Bourne, where it scratched along one of its sides overnight between Wednesday and Thursday, July 2 and 3.
Bourne Cricket Club, based at the Abbey Lawn in Abbey Road, was broken into overnight between Friday July 4 and Saturday July 5, although police believe that no items were taken.
Finally, police are warning people causing a nuisance on motorbikes by riding through woodland near Elsea Park Community Centre, Bourne, that they risk having their bikes seized.
Anyone with information should call 101.
Finally, Market Deeping and District Neighbourhood Policing Panel is meeting at the Open Door Baptist Church, Spalding Road, Deeping St James, tonight at 7pm.
The meeting includes a 30-minute open forum between 7pm and 7.30pm.