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Malvern Editorial 10th Sep, 2015 Updated: 20th Oct, 2016

A BMX bike was stolen from Worcester Road in Malvern.

The white cycle was taken between midnight and 6am on August 31.

A CAR parked in Redland Road was damaged above the rear wheel arch.

Between 9pm on August 30 and 2pm the following day a 20 inch ‘deep scratch’ was caused to the vehicle.

OFFENDERS stole a 55 inch television from a house in Sayers Avenue.

A gold wedding band was also taken during the raid between 5pm and 8.45pm on August 31.

A SHOPPER had his wallet stolen from a till point at a supermarket in Roman Way.

The theft happened on September 2 at 3.25pm.

PLAY equipment on Lower Howsell Road was damaged between 5pm and 6pm on September 3.

A red, metal fire engine on a spring was broken off and removed from the outdoor park.

A BIKE was taken from Spring Lane North in Malvern between 2am and 8am on September 3.

THE BADGE on a Mercedes vehicle was snapped off and stolen in Tenbury Wells.

It happened between September 2 and 3 on Teme Street.

POWER tools were stolen during a raid on a property in Madresfield Road.

A Makita heavy duty breaker, Makita disc cutter, Hitachi grinder and a Husqvarna disc cutter were all taken between 5pm on September 4 and 5pm on September 6.

THE SPARE wheel from inside a Vauxhall Corsa was stolen from Howsell Road industrial estate.

Between 5.15pm on September 9 and 8am on September 7 the rear window of the vehicle was smashed and wheel taken.

Anyone with 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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