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Can you help solve these crimes?

Lorna Morris 22nd May, 2016 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

THE REAR window of a taxi was smashed outside a house on Wylds Lane between 4am and 6am on Tuesday, May 10.

A NUMBER of items were stolen from a car parked outside a house on Riverview Close.Between 10pm on Monday, May 9 and 7.30am on Tuesday, May 10, a SatNav and red Prada wallet containing a gold chain with a diamond and emerald pendant, cash and bank cards were taken.

A TV, car keys and a laptop were stolen from a house on Yarrow Close on Monday, May 9.

A HOLE was punched through a cafe door on Broad Street between 7pm on Saturday, May 7 and 8am on Sunday, May 8.

A GROUP of youths were seen walking down Lambert Road damaging cars and breaking off wing mirrors at around 1am on Sunday, May 8. Police officers searched the area and several possible suspects were located.

A RED Rover car was stolen from a communal carpark on Hamble Close at around midnight on Sunday, May 8.

SLABS and bricks to the front door of a house on Oldbury Road have been damaged and taken. A noise was heard in the early hours of Sunday, May 8.

A MAN approached another man at a cashpoint on Malvern Road and said he was “looking out for people in case they got robbed”. Described as 25 to 30 years old, bearded with ginger and blonde hair, wearing a light T-shirt and shorts. The man was seen at around 4pm on Sunday, May 8.

A SECURE garage on Prestbury Close was broken into and a generator was stolen. A large electric drill was also taken between Tuesday, May 3 and Saturday, May 7.

A CAR was broken into and the dashboard was smashed on Foundry Street. The steering column was damaged and a Ralph Lauren jumper was taken. The incident occurred between 11pm on Friday, May 6 and 12pm on Saturday, May 7.

A MAN was seen throwing stones at a glass door of a house on Sawmill Walk. The man was described as white, in his late 20’s, wearing a sand coloured baseball cap, dark jumper, jeans and with a red CEX bag on his back. The offender had smashed the outer layer of glass for 20 minutes at around 2am on Saturday, May 7.

A RACING bike has been stolen from a bike rack on Heenan Court. Between 9am and 6pm on Thursday, May 5, a 5’6”, white male with short brown hair, wearing a grey hoodie and blue Adidas bottoms with red stripes was seen entering in through the gates then ride off on the bike into Sansome Place.  A second male in dark clothing was accompanying him.

A SILVER, folding bicycle was stolen from a bike rack on Foregate Street between 3pm on Tuesday, May 3 and 1.30pm on Friday, May 6.

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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