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Malvern Editorial 24th Apr, 2015 Updated: 20th Oct, 2016

THE PORCH window of a Malvern church has been smashed.

Offenders went into St Peter’s Church, on St Peter’s Road, between 9am and 6.45pm on March 28 and also pulled out beading from inside a window, smashed four pieces of glass on the church organ and damaged a crucifix and candle sticks.

The altar was interfered with but not damaged.

A VEHICLE had its rear window smashed while parked outside an address in Cowleigh Bank.

The incident happened between 6pm on March 27 and 6am the following day. A half brick was found next to the vehicle.

JEWELLERY was taken from a bungalow in Peachfield Road between 1.50pm and 2.45pm on April 10.

STONES were thrown at a Greenhill Drive property which caused a window to smash.

The offence happened on April 10 at 2.10am.

ELECTRICAL equipment has been stolen from two sheds in the garden of a Malvern house.

A Stihl long reach pole petrol hedge trimmer, two Stihl small chainsaws and a tool set were all stolen from the Acorn Drive property between 12pm on April 2 and 12.10pm the following day.

PLANTS and flowerpots were thrown around at the allotments on Martley Road, Lower Broadheath.

Evidence of drugs use and litter were also found at the site between March 31 and April 3.

A CAR was stolen from Somers Road in Malvern.

The vehicle, which has since been recovered in Birmingham, was taken between 7.50pm on April 2 and 8.10am on April 3.

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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