Can you help solve these crimes? - The Evesham Observer

Can you help solve these crimes?

Evesham Editorial 25th Sep, 2014 Updated: 20th Oct, 2016   0

AN AUDI has been stolen from the drive of a property on Croft Road.

The white vehicle was taken overnight on September 20 and 21 following a burglary at the house.

TWO SCOOTERS were stolen from the back garden of a house in Bewdley Lane.

Between 9pm on September 15 and 4.45pm on September 19 the child’s items were taken.

A PLASTIC dinghy has been taken from Fladbury Lock.

The 8ftx4ft dinghy was at the rear of a storage shed at the lock and was removed overnight on September 20 and 21.

AN IPHONE was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Kings Road about 10pm on September 19.

LAPTOPS were taken after a South Littleton school was broken into overnight on September 20 and 21.

The theft happened at Blackminster Middle School.

A LAWN mower has been stolen from Inches Lane.

The ride-on vehicle was taken between 9am on September 21 and 8.30am the following day.

OFFENDERS made off with two motorbikes from a secure garage in South Littleton.

Both padlocks were cut on the bikes at the Shine Hill Lane address between midnight and midday on September 16.

A strimmer and two Stihl hedge cutters were also stolen.

TOOLS have been taken from a workshop near Witts End in Chadbury overnight on September 17 and 18.

THE THEFT of a double oven occurred after a site in Rebecca Road was broken into.

The incident happened during the night of September 20 and an extractor fan was also taken.

DIESEL was syphoned from a combine harvester on Honeybourne Road in Bretforton on September 17.

A MAN was seen kicking the harvest festival food in St Peters Church in Little Comberton.

The incident at the Manor Lane site happened at 2pm on September 20.

He is described as being of large build, wearing a cap, a big black rucksack and was on a push bike.

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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