HERE is your round-up of crime stories from this week.

A MAN was arrested for theft from a vehicle in Warndon Villages.

The arrest came after police received several calls about two men acting suspicious approaching cars suspiciously in the area.

The full story is here.

TWO people were charged with fraud and money-laundering offences after a woman in her 70s had a significant amount of money stolen from her.

Rudy Francis, aged 42 and Rebecca Ralph, aged 39, both of Painswick Close, Worcester were arrested in the city yesterday (Thursday 19 November) and later charged with fraud by false representation, possession of criminal property and conversion of criminal property.

The full story is here.

POLICE were seen putting up signs to deter thieves after a second theft at city garden centre in a month.

A catalytic converter was stolen from a car in the car park of St Peter's Garden Centre.

The full story is here.

A MAN has launched a desperate appeal for information after he says his Land Rover was stolen from outside his Worcester home.

Tim Hardisty, awoke on Monday morning to find his beloved Land Rover Defender was missing from outside his house on Ombersley Road.

The full story can be found here.

Meanwhile the majority of residents are worried about the level of crime in their area, a new survey has revealed.

Of 998 residents living in the West Mercia Police area, including Worcestershire, 67 per cent said that they are worried about the level of crime in their area, with anti-social behaviour, burglary and police presence key areas of concern highlighted.

The full story is here.