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Callous burglars break into nursery and damage children's toys

Evesham Editorial 26th Sep, 2017 Updated: 27th Sep, 2017   0

CALLOUS teenagers have broken into the garden of a nursery in Evesham and damaged children’s toys and books.

The three teens entered the premises on Charity Crescent at about 4.30pm last Sunday (September 24).

Whilst at the rear of the nursery, they broke into three sheds and removed children’s books and toys.

They then scattered the books and toys causing them to be damaged after they were exposed to the rain.




West Mercia Police have released descriptions of the three men who are believed to have broken into the nursery.

The first man is thought to be white, with cropped strawberry blonde hair, 5 ft 3 ins tall and is believed to be 13-years-old. He was wearing  a navy blue backpack, black joggers or jeans, grey trainers, white t-shirt with a dark and grey pattern.


The second male had short afro hair curly, was of medium build, 5 ft 3 ins tall and approximately 14-years-old. He was wearing black joggers or jeans, a white t-shirt with navy arms and a blue camouflage backpack.

And the third male is believed to be white, with ginger hair and was of a stocky build and approximately 12 to 13-years-old. He was wearing black joggers with red up the side, a navy t-shirt with a camouflage design around the bottom and grey trainers.

Anyone who may have seen the teenagers described above, or may have seen anything suspicious, is urged to call police on 101 quoting incident number 0165S of Monday, September 25.

Alternatively, information can be passed on anonymously by contacting Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or via their website.

 

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