CARS, quad bikes and computers are among the items stolen from West Yorkshire Police, it has been revealed.

Other items taken from police premises include batons and body armour, radios and mobile phones and several bicycles.

A Freedom of Information request submitted to the force by FOI By Proxy shows that Bingley police station was the target of thieves who made off with building materials, tiles and lead flashing.

The data from 2015 and 2016 also reveals that various computers and computer equipment valued at more than £2,000 were stolen from police premises in Ilkley.

A car valued at £20,000, police uniforms, including high-visibility jackets, caps and a fleece with epaulettes, along with police documents, including fixed penalty notice tickets, have also been stolen from police premises in Bradford.

Elsewhere in the county, thieves who struck at Killingbeck police, made off with two motorcycles and a Polaris RZR 1000 off-road vehicle which was subsequently recovered, according to the information released by the force.

And even, the Bishopgarth police training college in Wakefield was not exempt from crime with building materials, including guttering and piping as well as copper pipes being logged as being stolen.