Can you help solve these crimes? - The Worcester Observer

Can you help solve these crimes?

Worcester Editorial 26th Nov, 2014 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016   0

JEWELLERY was stolen following a raid on an Old Northwick Lane property.

Money was also taken between November 4 and 14.

A HANDBAG was stolen from the staff office of Worcestershire Royal Hospital.

The theft happened between 4.45pm and 8pm on November 16. The bag contained a Samsung Galaxy S5.

PLAYSTATION 3 controllers were taken after thieves targeted a Lingmell Court property.

Adidas and Nike tracksuits and computer games were also stolen between 4pm and 9pm on November 17.

A LAPTOP has been stolen from a house on Hollymount Road.

The Samsung device was taken during the night of November 15.

THE TYRES of a vehicle parked in Henwick Close were slashed about 7.45pm on November 16.

A SAT nav was stolen from a vehicle in Warndon overnight on November 13 and 14.

The Tom Tom device was valued at £150 and taken from Chedworth Drive.

THIEVES made off with a cross country bike following a theft on Tolladine Road.

The black and yellow Maraider cycle had been left at the front of a property for five minutes before it was taken at 4.45pm on November 16.

TWO SETS of golf clubs have been stolen from the boot of a car parked in St Dunstans Crescent.

The first set was a blue and black bag, full of 18:10 McGregor V foils, right handed. The second was a black and red Wilson bag with 18:20 Firesticks, right handed.

It happened between 5pm on November 11 and 7.20am the following day.

Anyone with further information on any of these incidents can contact police on the non-emergency number 101 or by calling Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.


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