SUSPECTS in car key burglaries have been named by police after two cars were stopped using a stinger.

Four suspects arrested following car key burglaries in both Ross-On-Wye and Malvern, where a VW Golf and an Audi S3 were stolen, have now been charged.

All four have been remanded in custody to attend court today (Friday, April 12) after they were charged in the early hours of this morning.

Both stolen vehicles were identified, travelling at speed, along the A456, Hagley, at approximately 5am on Thursday.

The charges follow an investigation led by South Worcestershire’s Proactive CID, based at Worcester Police Station in Castle Street. Four individuals have been charged in relation to a number of burglary and theft of motor vehicle offences that occurred in the early hours of Thursday, April 11.

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They are: Kyle Organ, 18, of Simcox Gardens and Patrick Maloney, 18, of Fairfield Road, Birmingham, have been charged with: burglary dwelling – with intent to steal at Goodrich Close, Ross-on-Wye; burglary dwelling and theft (no violence) at Roman Way, Ross-on-Wye; theft of motor vehicle (VW Golf at Ross-on-Wye); burglary dwelling and theft (no violence) at Church Road, Malvern and theft of a motor vehicle (Audi S3) in Malvern.

A 17-year old male from Cleobury Mortimer and a 16-year-male from Shady Lane, Birmingham have also been charged with the same offences.