Do you have information on these crimes? - The Worcester Observer

Do you have information on these crimes?

Worcester Editorial 12th Sep, 2014 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016   0

A BIKE has been stolen from the garden of a house on Prince Rupert Road.

The Rock Rider 500 was taken between 9.30pm and 3.45pm on September 1 and 2.

FISH were taken from a property in Drake Avenue overnight on September 5 and 6.

At least six Koi Carp were stolen.

A MOBILE phone was stolen during a house party on Tolladine Road.

The black Sony Ericson Xperia Z2 was taken between 10pm and 12.05am on September 6 and 7.

OFFENDERS threw a wheelie bin at the door of a property on Rowan Avenue at 10.17pm on September 6.

A STEREO was removed from the dashboard of a vehicle parked at the Premier Inn on New Road.

The car was broken into between 6pm on September 5 and 8am the following day.

HENWICK Vets had a window smashed during a late night attack on the store.

Overnight on September 5 and 6 a brick was thrown through the window of the Henwick Road site to gain access. It is not clear what was taken.

THIEVES made off with a moped following a raid on a Chedworth Drive garage.

The 50cc Peugeot Ludix Snake was stored in a garage opposite a friends house and was taken between 9.30pm and 2.15pm on September 6 and 7.

A PURSE was stolen from a handbag looped over a shopping trolley in Tesco on St Peters Drive on September 4.

GARDEN tools have been stolen from Nunnery Wood High School between 4pm on September 3 and 7am the following day.

DIHL hedge cutters, electric drills, hand and power appliances were all taken from the out buildings within the sports centre grounds.

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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