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Can you help solve these crimes?

Worcester Editorial 1st Jul, 2016 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

A MOUNTAIN bike has been stolen from the bike shed at Heart of Worcestershire College in the early hours of Saturday morning (June 11).

THREE men attempted to gain access to Cranham Primary School on Sunday (June 12) at 8.13pm.

FLOWERS have been stolen from a grave at a cemetery on Astwood Road on Monday (June 13).

THIEVES have entered a property under renovation on Comer Road and stole two TVs. The theft occurred between 6.30pm on Tuesday (June 14) and 7.15pm on Wednesday (June 15).

A VEHICLE has been spray painted while it was parked on Back Lane South on Sunday (June 16) between 7pm and 9am. The paint was a single line on the driver’s side with no wording.

A GREEN Land Rover was stolen from a pub car park on Blackpole Road on Saturday evening (June 18).

THE front nearside window of a blue Ford Focus was smashed on Ullswater Close in the early hours of Sunday (June 19).

TIMBER has been stolen from a car on Tunnel Hill overnight on Thursday (June 16). There were eight lengths of timber measuring 3.6m x 47mm x 150mm wrapped in Wickes packaging.

A BRICK was thrown through a rear bedroom window on Astwood Road overnight on Tuesday (June 14).

A WALLET and bank card have been stolen from a handbag at a fast-food restaurant on Foregate Street on Monday night (June 13).

MORE than 100sqm of fake grass valued at £1,000 was stolen from Jewson Ltd on Navigation Road. Overnight on Tuesday (June 21) a hole was cut in the outer fence of the yard and the thieves climbed over the inner fence.

INTRUDERS broke into a new build on Bath Road through a ground floor window and attempted to steal a quantity of flooring on Monday (June 20).

THIEVES forced entry through the back fire door of Zizzi in the early hours of Sunday (June 19). The till was stolen from downstairs but it was empty.

Anyone with further information on any of these incidents can contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

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