Police investigate Wythall and Barnt Green burglaries

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TWO burglaries in which various items were stolen, are being investigated by police.

The first incident in Hounsfield Grove, Wythall, happened between 8.45am and 6.40pm on Thursday, January 16.

The offenders got in through a bathroom window and stole a Sony Playstation console, worth £150, an Apple iPad, worth £300, a 27-inch Samsung television and an Eddie Stobart DVD series.

The second burglary happened between 6.30pm and 7pm on Monday, January 20, in Fiery Hill Road near Bromsgrove Railway Station.

A silver Macbook Air with a 13-inch screen, worth £1,100, and an Apple iPad which was in a black leather case and had a damaged plastic surround, worth £650, were taken.

Damage of £1,700 was also caused to a patio door.

Anyone with information to the Wythall burglary is asked to call Detective Constable Steve Pritchett , quoting incident reference 550-s-160114, on non-emergency number 101.

For the Barnt Green incident use the same number, asking to speak to Detective Constable Adam Pugh , quoting incident reference 571-s-200114.

Alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or visit crimestoppers-uk.org.

West Mercia Police's website, which features various crime prevention advice, can be found at westmercia.police.uk.

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