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Worcester Editorial 11th Nov, 2014 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

ABOUT £2,000 worth of equipment has been stolen from a Blanquettes Avenue house.

A mountain bike valued at £600, a polyester ‘out well’ Montana six-man tent worth £1,200 and a £170 Dewalt laser were all taken between 10am on October 26 and 9.50am on November 2.

A MOUNTAIN bike was taken from Lowesmoor in Worcester.

The cycle has a black frame with white handlebars and was stolen between 6.15am and 8.15am on November 1.

THE NUMBER plates from a vehicle parked on Tolladine Road were stolen on November 3 about 8pm.

A MAN has stolen a bag from a bus stop in Cranham Drive, Warndon.

The thief, wearing a red hooded top, was riding a a bike at the time he snatched the grey bag from the victim.

It contained a bank card and house keys.

THIEVES stole a pushbike from the city centre on November 2.

The bike, valued at £365, was taken from Friar Street about 10pm.

A BRICK was thrown at a car parked on Sycamore Road.

The incident happened about 5am on November 1 and the black Peugeot 206 received a dent to the door and a crack in the paintwork.

OFFENDERS made off with a rowing boat from the Riverside on Henwick Road.

The small two man boat was stolen between 7pm on October 28 and 6am on October 30.

CATALYTIC converters have been stolen in a spate of attacks in St John’s.

Between 3pm and 9.30am on October 24 and 26 one was stolen from Whitehorse Close and in a separate incident on the same road, another vehicle was targeted between 9.30pm on October 29 and 7.30am the following day.

A further two vehicles were stolen from in Manor Road. One incident happened between 5pm on October 25 and 9am on October 26 and the second between 10am on October 27 and 11am on November 3.

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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