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Can you help solve these crimes?

Worcester Editorial 13th Aug, 2014 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

A MAN threw bottles at the wall of a Junior School on Mill Street. CCTV captured the criminal climbing up onto a wall before causing the damage to St Albans Junior School on July 30.

£2,000 worth of decking was stolen from a yard in Tallow Hill on August 2.

A CAR being driven up the Dolday had a stone thrown at it. The driver was turning for the car park for the Severn View on July 31 about 10.30pm when the incident happened.

CROOKS have stolen a car from St Martins Gate. The cream Renault Megane, with cream wheels, red interior leather and a black top roof, was taken about 2pm on July 31. The registration is D4 JFP.

A BICYCLE has been stolen from a garage on Northcote Street. The black and gold Rally Record pedal cycle was taken on August 1.

MEAT was taken from a city centre store on July 30. The offender stole £70 worth between 6.49pm and 6.55pm from the Silver Street shop. He is described as about 6ft, blue t-shirt, light blue shorts and dark hair.

A CATALYTIC converter has been stolen from a vehicle on Bevere Close between 6am on August 1 and 9am on August 8.

Anyone with information on any of these is urged to contact West Mercia Police on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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