8th Dec, 2016

Can you help solve these crimes?

Joshua Godfrey 15th May, 2016 Updated: 20th Oct, 2016

FIVE sets of allow wheels have been stolen from a house in Offenham.

It’s believed the theft took place between 8.40pm on Saturday, April 30 and 11.30am on Sunday, May 1 on Evesham Road.

The offender or offenders gained access to the back garden through an unlocked gate or gap in the fencing and took the alloys which were left outside ready for cleaning.

OIL was taken from a tank in the garden of a property on Weston Road, Bretforton.

It was taken sometime between 12pm on Friday, April 29 and 11am on Saturday, April 30.

AN emersion heater and scale weights have been stolen during a burglary at a farm in Cleeve Prior.

The thief or thieves entered the site whilst the front drive gate was padlocked.

They then broke into a shed where they stole the emersion heater and scale weights, and then moved onto a barn and took five tractor batteries.

The theft took place between 1pm and 3pm Thursday, April 28 at the farm on Evesham Road.

A MOUNTAIN bike has been stolen from a block of flats on Castle Street, Evesham.

It has been described as is bubble gum pink with Trax’on.

A BRICK was thrown smashing the outer pane of a double glazed window.

The incident happened at a property on Cheltenham Road between 5.30pm on Wednesday, April 27 and 8am on Thursday, April 28.

A BIKE was stolen as the owner was playing football at Pershore High School.

It’s believed the theft happened between 6.45pm and 7.30pm on Friday, May 6.

The GT Chucker mountain bike, described as baby blue in colour with a low cross bar and a red drinks holder.

The owner left the bike by some bushes and when they returned it had been taken.

Anyone who has further information on the offences can contact police on the non-emergency number 101 or by calling Crimstoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111 or via their website www.crimestoppers-uk.org.