15 vans broken into in two days in Evesham - The Evesham Observer

15 vans broken into in two days in Evesham

Evesham Editorial 30th Nov, 2016 Updated: 30th Nov, 2016   0

A SPATE of thefts across Evesham saw 15 vans broken into and power tools stolen over a two day period.

The town’s Safer Neighbourhood Team is now urging anyone who has information to come forward to help with their enquiries following the series of break-ins between Monday, November 21 and Tuesday, November¬†22.

On the Monday, between 12.15am and 6.30am, a van on Hamilton Road was broken into. A Dewalt sliding compound mitre saw, Dewalt 18v combi drill, Hitachi jigsaw, DAB site radio & a wallpaper stripper steamer were all stolen.

In Eastwick Drive, between 10am and 1pm, a Mawaki chop saw engraved with initials JB, Makita circular saw engraved with intitials JB & Bosch jigsaw engraved with intitials JB were taken.

Various power tools were also taken from a van on Cheltenham Road between 12.50pm and 1.50pm.

Two vans in Columbine Drive were broken into between 9pm and 7.30am. A Stihl saw and a chainsaw were taken from one.

Thieves also broke into a van parked on a driveway in Stewart Close between 9pm and 4am, but nothing appeared to have been stolen

A number of power tools were taken from a van in Larkspur Drive in the theft which took place between 9pm and 4am.

Between 10pm and 8am various power tools were stolen from a van on Lime Street.

A Makita hand drill and a Makita radio were stolen from a van on Greenhill between 9pm and 6am.

And on Albert Road, between 1.30am and 7.30am, a camera, a radio and a number of power tools were stolen from a van.

On Tuesday (December 22), two vans on Falkland Road were broken into between 9.30pm and 7.30am. A number of power tools were taken from one. A Stihl saw, two Dewalt big work radios and various tools were taken from the other.

Between 10pm and 5.45am, a number of power tools were taken from a van parked in Thorn Lea.

And between 8pm and 8.30am a Makita cordless drill was stolen from a van on Cornflower Drive, and drills were taken from a van on Montfort Street.

Anyone who has any information on the thefts is urged to call West Mercia Police on 101. Alternatively, information can be passed on anonymously by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.


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