Droitwich man wanted over Worcester crimes, arrested by Gwent Police

A DROITWICH man has been arrested by police in Wales, in connection with a series of domestic-related crimes in Worcester.

A property in Leckhampton Close in Worcester had its windows broken on three consecutive days from Tuesday, April 8 to Thursday, April 10 last week, and the people living there received malicious communications, including threats.

Two properties on nearby Brickfields Road and Southfield Street also had their windows smashed.

Officers believed that 35 year old Hubert ‘Hubey’ Locke, of Wych Road, Droitwich may have been linked to the incidents, and Mr Locke was arrested overnight on Friday, April 11, by Gwent Police, on suspicion of criminal damage offences occurring in the Gewnt area.

Once he has been dealt with by Gwent Police, he will be passed into the custody of West Mercia Police to be questioned about the offences in Worcester.


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