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Various Incidents kidderminster North Area

Vehicle crime, Kidderminster North

  • Incident number: 576S120319
  • Date: 13/03/2019
  • Sender: PCSO Nicky Merson C6582
  • Business area name: kidderminster North

Police Ref; 208S 090319 St Johns Street - Burglary other
Sometime between 07/03/19 00:00hrs and 09/03/19 00:00hrs offenders unknown have entered rear garden of the property via a public alleyway and gained entry to a garden shed. They have cut off the lock and stolen a jet washer and some hand tools

Police Ref; 359S 090319 Hayes Rd, Wolverley - Theft from vehicle
Sometime between 08/03/19 18:00hrs and 09/03/19 at 11:00hrs a front number plate from a mini cooper has been stolen whilst vehicle was parked secure and unattended outside address

Police ref; 061S 110319  Habberley Lane - Vehicle Crime
Sometime between 09/03/19 21:00hrs and 11/03/19 07:25hrs a car window has been smashed whilst vehicle was parked on the roadside outside the address. Nothing seen or heard.

Police Ref; 346S 120319 Westley Court, Cookley - Theft
Sometime between 08/03/19 12:00hrs and 11/03/19 12:00hrs a garden bench has been taken from the rear garden of the grounds. No CCTV covering the area and nothing seen or heard.

Police Ref; 063S 130319 St Johns Street - Theft from vehicle
Sometime between 00:30hrs and 05:00hrs 13/03/19 offenders unknown have broken into a secure vehicle which was parked outside the address and taken a school bag containing school work and books and another couple of bags containing unknown materials

Police Ref; 063S 130319 Trimpley Drive - Theft from vehicle
Sometime in the last week ( reported to police on 12/03/19) the front number plate from a Ford Fiesta has been taken whilst vehicle was left secure and unattended outside the address.

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