TWO Bay trees, a pair of statues and some clip-on sunglasses were among the items stolen from properties in the Queens Hill area of Belbroughton this week.

Three properties were targeted in the early hours of Monday, September 12.

One victim had the front window of their car smashed and a TomTom sat nav and clip on sunglasses stolen from inside. Anyone with information is urged to call police on 101, quoting incident number 77s.

Another victim had two Bay trees stolen from either side of their front door. Witnesses should quote crime number 484s to police.

Two antique carved stone dog statues were taken from the garden of another victim.

The statues are very distinctive, and had led to the house being known locally as "the one with the dogs". They have a lot of sentimental value to the family.

Anyone with information should contact West Mercia Police on 101, quoting incident number 646s.

Police are now reminding residents to report any suspicious behaviour in their area.

A spokesman for the West Mercia force said: "The smallest detail can help identify a criminal or help prevent someone becoming their next victim."