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Three burglaries in Redditch
5:10pm Monday 13th January 2014 in News
POLICE are appealing for information about three burglaries and an attempted burglary in Redditch.
One of the burglaries and the attempted burglary happened at neighbouring properties in Forge Mill Road, Riverside, on Friday, January 10.
Offenders got into the rear garden of one house between 2.30pm and 11.30pm and forced French doors causing £1,500 damage.
They also caused a further £400 damage to a wooden bureau.
Items stolen included a fake man’s Rolex white metal watch, a ring which is described as having an oval shaped sapphire with gold bands across, gold earrings in the shape of a cahow seabird, which is the national bird of Bermuda, along with four pairs of yellow metal earrings.
The ring and bird earrings are unique and of very sentimental value.
The attempted burglary at the neighbouring house happened between 3.30pm and 5.30pm.
The offenders caused £50 damage to a fence and £1,500 damage to a rear door but failed to get in.
One of the other burglaries happened in Atcham Close, Winyates East, between 11pm on Sunday, January 12 and 7.15am Monday, January 13, when offenders went into the garage and took a Eastern BMX frame, which was white and had custom parts and was worth £250, a Blunt trick scooter which had a purple deck and bars and pink grips, and was worth £150, and a Madd Gear Pro scooter deck, which was just the base with no handles, and was blue, green and white, worth £130.
The other burglary was in Clent Avenue, Headless Cross, between 1.30pm and 5.30pm on Friday, January 10 when jewellery was taken.
Police have no further details of the stolen property at present.
Witnesses or anyone with information about the Forge Mill Lane burglaries are asked to contact Detective Constable Tony Flannagan, while the Atcham Close and Clent Avenue incidents are being dealt with by DC Paul Lettis.
Both can be contacted on West Mercia’s non-emergency number 101 or independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
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