20th Oct, 2017

Can you help solve these crimes?

Evesham Editorial 15th Jan, 2015 Updated: 20th Oct, 2016

A MOBILE phone was stolen from a vehicle parked in South Littleton.

Money was also taken from Long Hyde Road between 5pm and 10pm on January 4.

THE NUMBER plates were taken from a Suzuki on Main Street overnight on January 1 and 2.

FUEL has been stolen from a barn on Weston Road in Bretforton.

Between January 3 and 5 the lock on a red diesel tank was broken and the fuel taken.

SAT NAV’S were taken after two vehicles were broken into in South Littleton.

The offence happened in Shinehill Lane between 2am and 8.45am on January 2 when a brown leather jacket was also stolen.

A DARK green Daihatsu was stolen overnight on January 1 and 2 in North Littleton.

ANTIQUE ornaments were taken after a caravan was broken into in Anchor Lane.

A boiler was also stolen. It was reported on January 3.

VEHICLES were broken into throughout the Vale in an attempt to hotwire them.

The rear window of a Mitsubishi was smashed on School Lane in Badsey and offenders tried to push it onto the road overnight on January 2 and 3.

A vehicle was also broken into on West Street Evesham for the same offence overnight on December 31 and January 1.

THIEVES made off with a log burning stove following a raid on a Badsey shed.

The Clarke device, along with a blue coloured generator, were both taken between December 25 and January 1.

A LAND Rover Discovery has been stolen from Kings Road in Evesham.

The vehicle, which was taken between 6pm on January 2 and 8.45am on January 3, also contained technical tools and a wallet.

Anyone with further information on any of these offences can contact police on the non-emergency number 101 or by calling Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.

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