Can you help solve these crimes? - The Evesham Observer

Can you help solve these crimes?

Evesham Editorial 27th Nov, 2014 Updated: 20th Oct, 2016   0

TWO large antique urns have been stolen from the front of a property in Broadway.

The urns, which contain ‘S’ shaped box trees, were taken from the High Street address on November 19.

A HANDBAG was taken from a vehicle parked in The Leys after the driver’s window was smashed.

It happened between 8pm and 10pm on November 19.

APPLE devices were stolen during a raid on a Bidford Road pub.

A silver Ipod classic, an Ipad 2 and a blue cancer research charity box were all taken between 11pm and 8.30am on November 14.

A HIGH Street shop in Broadway was ram-raided by a vehicle at 10.34pm on November 14.

The vehicle involved is believed to be a small black car and caused extensive damage to the store doors and shutters.

Clothing was also stolen during the incident.

THE TILL trays at a shop on Main Street in South Littleton have been stolen.

A charity collection box was also taken at 3.40am on November 13.

MONEY, a leaf blower and a CCTV receiver were stolen from a club house and bar in Great Comberton on November 14.

THIEVES made off with an Orla Kiely handbag following the theft of a vehicle parked in Allens Hill in Pinvin.

The bag, cream with brown and leaf print, contained a cream purse, money, bank cards, driving licence and an Iphone 4. It was taken between 1.30pm and 2pm on November 16.

A BRIGHT yellow road bike was stolen from a shed on Cleve Road, Middle Littleton.

Between 3pm on November 15 and 6.30am on November 17 a Haita self start electric lawn mower and a Makita concrete breaker were also taken.

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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