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Police seek information on city crimes

Worcester Editorial 10th Jul, 2014 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

CAR KEYS and a Samsung tablet have been taken from a works vehicle. The vehicle was parked on the verge of junction 6 of the M5 when it was broken into between 9pm and 10pm on June 27. House keys were also stolen.

ANIMALS were let out of the garden area at Cranham Primary School. Offenders also threw eggs at the windows on June 30. No damage was caused and all animals were found and returned to the garden.

A ROAD bike has been stolen from a property on Portland Street. The red BTwin Triban specialised Allez 16-gear cycle was taken from a shed between 9am on June 21 and 2pm on June 29.

MONEY was taken overnight on June 30 and July 1 from a hair salon in Sidbury.

A VEHICLE had its window smashed on July 3 while parked on a drive in Corfe Avenue, Warndon. Nothing was taken.

CHARITY collection tins and a money box were taken during a raid on a Battenhall property. The incident happened between 6.10pm on June 30 and 8.45am on July 1.

A BOAT moored by The Commandary has had its generator stolen. Offenders struck between 10am and 3.30pm on July 2.

TWO BIKES have been stolen from Randwick Drive, Warndon. A black specialised hard rock sport and a Kudos pink mountain bike were both taken overnight on July 2 and 3 from the hallway of a block of flats.

A LARGE screen television was taken from a house is Lowesmoor. The property was broken into between 7am and 6pm on July 3 and a 48ins tv stolen.

THIEVES made off with two bikes following a raid on a Droitwich Road house. The offence happened overnight on June 30 and the following day, where a black and silver Fuji racing bike and a white, red and black Zuri racing cycle were taken.

A BRICK was thrown the the door of a property on Whitmore Road, St Johns between 5.10am and 5.15am on July 2.

<b>Anyone with further information on any of these incidents can contact police on the non-emergency police number 101 or by calling Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.</b>

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