Can you help solve these crimes? - The Worcester Observer

Can you help solve these crimes?

Worcester Editorial 25th Sep, 2014 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016   0

MONEY was stolen from a public house in Lowesmoor overnight on September 21.

A VEHICLE had its window smashed while parked in Chelmsford Drive.

Between 11.30pm and 6am on September 17 the front window of the car was put through.

TOOLS were stolen during a raid on Bridgewater House on Blackpole Road.

A break in occurred between 8pm on September 19 and 8.30am the following day.

JEWELLERY has been taken from a house in White Hill. It happened between 10am and 10.30pm on September 20.

A MOTORBIKE was stolen from the communal car parking area in Cranham Drive.

The Honda CVR was taken overnight on September 19.

OFFENDERS made off with a plasma TV following a raid on a Broad Street property.

The 42ins television, surround sound and a Playstation were all taken between 11pm and 8.30am on September 14 and 15.

DIAMOND rings have been stolen from a Battenhall house.

A handbag was also stolen from the Larkspur Road property between 5pm and 8pm on September 12.

A CATALYTIC converter was removed from a vehicle parked on Bath Road between 9pm and 10pm on September 16.

TWO BIKES have been stolen from Rose Avenue after thieves climbed over the rear fence to the property.

A blue men’s Voyager cycle and a girls Falcon bike were taken between 2.30pm on September 12 and 1pm the following day.

A WOODEN donation box was taken from St Martins Church on September 11.

The box was padlocked inside near the church door.

TWO youths walked off with a fishing trolley from Diglis Weir Bridge at 6pm on September 14.

The trolley is 3ft by 2ft with a wheelbarrow type rack and two handles with black netting. The offenders are both 14 to 15 years old with one dressed in a brown shirt and the other with a blue jumper.

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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