BURGLARS stole two boilers from a garage in Copthorne Road, Croxley Green.
The theft is believed to have taken place between 7pm on Friday, May 7 and 7.30am on Monday, May 10. Police are investigating.
Anyone with information on any of these crimes is asked to call Hertfordshire Constabulary on 0845 33 00 222.
POWER tools and copper cables were stolen from a building site in Rickmansworth.
Thieves targeted an address in Chorleywood Road between 5.30pm on Wednesday, May 5, and 8am on Thursday, May 6.
The items were stolen from a metal container at the site. Police enquiries are ongoing.
Anyone with information is asked to call Hertfordshire Constabulary on 0845 33 00 222.
TWO men have been charged in connection with a car-jacking in Rickmansworth at the end of last year.
Between 10am - 10.20am, a man was putting items into his car which was parked on Harefield Road, when he was approached by a man who assaulted him and took his car.
The victim suffered serious head injuries.
Herbet Osuji, 35, of Primrose Road, South Woodford, and Diroy Hall, 28, of Westley Court in West Bromwich have been charged with conspiracy to rob and grievous bodily harm.
They have been remanded in custody and are due in court on May 14.
A LONER who 'made his neighbours' lives hell' by shouting and swearing through their adjoining walls in the early hours of the morning has been spared jail.
Giuseppe Marano of Wiltshire Lane, Northwood Hills, also sang songs - including Old MacDonald, Another Brick In The Wall, by Pink Floyd, and Marilyn Monroe's I Wanna Be Loved By You - which seriously disrupted Anne Marie Palmer and Claire Lockie, both teachers, living next door.
The 59-year old, who is on benefits, was sentenced on Friday (7) after being found guilty of harassing his neighbours between January 27 - 28 this year, following a trial in April.
THREE Rivers is bidding a fond farewell to its police chief inspector, who will retire from the post after a 30-year career in Hertfordshire.
Dave Moore, who officially retires on May 18, is currently handing over his duties to replacement, Mike Marren.
And Mr Marren has insisted that he will continue the work of his predecessor to ensure that the district remains the safest in the county.