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Can you help solve these crimes?

Worcester Editorial 13th May, 2016 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

A TANNING salon was broken into on Ambleside Drive in the early hours of the morning.

Between 1.15am and 1.20am on Thursday, May 5, offenders used a brick to smash the panel in the front door. They proceeded to remove the till but nothing else was taken.

A BLACK Mercedes has been stolen from outside a house on Kingston Avenue.

The seven-seater Mercedes Viano was taken without keys on Wednesday (May 4).

A CAR windscreen was smashed when youths threw a stone over a wall in Warndon.

Three youths were seen throwing a brick or large stone at the car on Monday (May 2) at 4.30pm on Blackpole Road, Elgar Retail Park.

EXTENSIVE damage was caused to a car parked on Norton Road.

Between 11pm on Sunday, May 1 and 7.45 on Monday, May 2, offenders ripped off wiper blades, smashed the nearside wing mirror, scratched the rear nearside door and front nearside door handle.

No attempt was made to gain entry to the vehicle and offenders left the damaged wipers and wing mirror behind.

A CHARITY tub was stolen from a shop on Swanpool Walk.

The grey, air ambulance charity tub was taken between 6pm on Monday, May 2 and 8.40am on Tuesday, May 3.

A WOODEN cross and a brass plaque were stolen from a grave in Astwood Cemetery.

The items were taken between 2pm on Sunday, April 17 and 2pm on Sunday, May 1.

A WORKSHOP has been broken into and a large amount of garden equipment was stolen.

The theft took place between 12.45am and 3am on Saturday, April 30 at Waterworks Road, Pump House Environmental Centre.

THREE fence panels were stolen from a garden on Cartmel Close sometime since Friday, April 29.

A MOTORBIKE was stolen and dumped on a bridge at the end of Old Road in Lower Wick.

Between 1pm on Monday, April 25 and 1pm Thursday, April 28, the Honda motorcycle had been secured outside a dwelling at Powick Mills, Old Road when it was taken.

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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