19th Jul, 2019

Can you help solve these crimes?

Worcester Editorial 9th Jun, 2016 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

TWO males were seen running from a house on Beckett Road carrying bags. Between 12.30pm and 12.55pm on Monday (June 6) the men were seen running towards Cornmeadow Lane. A number of items were stolen, including jewellery.

TOOLS have been stolen from a parked van on Northwich Road between 6pm on Wednesday (June 1) and 8am on Thursday (June 2).

A CAR which contained a bouncy castle and two children’s go-karts has been stolen in Lower Wick. Between 9pm on May 23 and 9am on May 26, the silver Vauxhall Vivaro was parked on Canada Way when it was stolen without keys.

A MAN has been seen ‘hedge hopping’ into gardens on Oak Avenue on Tuesday (May 31).

A HOLE has been cut in the passenger door of a van on Grange Avenue. Overnight on May 18, a hole was cut in the door of the VW Transporter van but nothing was taken.

FOOTBALL goal posts were stolen from a school field. On May 16, the goal posts were taken from Nunnery Wood Primary School on Prestwich Avenue and were later recovered in an alleyway on Chelmsford Drive.

A BLUE Audi has been stolen from Henwick Road on May 17.

EIGHT chainsaws have been stolen from a showroom of a shop on Newtown Road at 3.46pm on May 24.

A NEW Bosch washing machine has been stolen from a communal area of flats on Vicarage Court between 5pm and 7.54pm on May 21.

A LARGE bin was thrown at a parked car causing damage to boot and rear window. The Kia Picanto, which was parked in Corn Market In the early hours of May 21, was damaged by a suspect described as a white male, in his 20’s, wearing a light coloured jacket. He was accompanied by three other males.

A WING mirror has been kicked off a car parked on the Worcestershire Royal Hospital between 9.30am on Monday (June 6) and 1am on Tuesday (June 7).

TWO bikes have been stolen from the play area of St Barnabas Primary School on Green Lane at 5.30 on Tuesday (May 31).

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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