By Connie Osborne Tuesday 15 October 2013 Updated: 15/10 15:32
MORE than £1,000 worth of damage was caused when two homes were burgled in Webheath.
Between 10am and 3pm on Monday (October 14), a house in Woodside Avenue was broken into after a thief kicked in a panel in the front door.
A white Apple iPad 3 worth £400, a jewellery box and various items of jewellery, a glass bottle containing £250 in £1 coins, and a box containing £6 in 20p pieces were all stolen.
On the same day between 2pm and 4pm, a home on Birchfield Road also had an Amazon Kindle e-reader worth £110 and a silver chain and locket worth £100, taken.
A kitchen door glass panel was smashed and an internal door was also forced open.
At about 3pm, a witness saw a man running from Woodside Avenue to a car parked in Birchfield Road. He was about 5ft 9in with a rounded stomach and was wearing a black leather waist-length jacket, grey jeans and a flat black cap.
The car was described as a ten-year-old bubble-shaped hatchback.
Anyone with any information should call 101, quoting incident number 345-s-141013 or 369-s-141013, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
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