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Can you help solve these crimes?

Worcester Editorial 4th Dec, 2014 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

A CAR was stolen without the keys from Ombersley Road on November 22.

Between midnight and 8.30am the silver Toyota Corolla was taken. It was later found abandoned in Harvington, Kidderminster.

MOTORBIKE items have been stolen after a shed was broken into on Springfield Road.

A tank bag, Sat Nav and a bottle of Malibu were all taken during the night of November 30.

A SPECIALISED mountain bike was taken from near the entrance to the Hive.

The white Hardrock front suspension cycle was stolen at 4.15pm on November 20.

MILK was stolen from the doorstep of a Field Terrace house between 5am and 6.45am on November 15.

FIVE properties under construction were damaged when the site was broken into.

Offenders struck overnight on November 28 and 29 on Westminster Road when the temporary doors and walls were targeted.

A generator was also taken.

A CHARITY box was stolen from a factory on Navigation Road on November 23.

UP TO £1,000 worth of tyres were taken from a valet bay on Watery Lane.

Westlands Toyota was hit by the crime during the night of December 1.

MONEY has been stolen from an office on Spring Lane.

Between 3pm on November 28 and 11am the following day thieves took the cash from a tin at Metal Engineering Company.

FITTED carpets and a gas fire were taken from a caravan at the Riverside Caravan Park.

Thieves struck between 10am on November 29th and 11am November 30th at the Portocks Lane site.

A TV has been stolen from a Rose Avenue house between 4pm and 9.50pm on November 22.

Anyone with 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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