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Widespread flooding across the country has been marked by calls for rivers to be dredged - but not everyone agrees.
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– Superintendent Kevin Purcell, West Mercia Police
The Severn View Hotel is currently closed as it has been damaged during recent flooding so this really is a heartless crime. We are therefore very keen to speak to anyone who may have information about this burglary.
As of yet it is not clear exactly what the thieves have managed to steal but an Apple Macbook computer and several hundred pounds of cash are definitely missing from the hotel’s office.
I would like to reassure people that we continue to have increased patrols out and about in the community at the present time.
Police in Worcester are investigating after a burglary at a hotel in the city.
The break-in occurred at the Severn View Hotel on Newport Street between 8pm on Valentine's day and 4pm Saturday 15 February.
It appears thieves broke into the hotel - which has been closed after recent flooding in the area - by forcing open a rear door with some type of implement.
It seems the thieves then used the same implement to force their way into a number of rooms inside the property and carry out a search.
Victoria Davies has the latest on the floods in Worcester.
The River Severn in Worcester has swelled to dangerously high levels in recent weeks.
Cap approved on Worcester taxi numbers http://t.co/IwlTYGaj3N
A freeze on the number of hackney carriages, or taxis, allowed to operate in Worcester has been agreed.
Worcester City Council have backed a proposal that will mean no more taxi licences will be issued until at least 30 existing drivers have stopped operating in the city.
#Worcester Bridge will close at 8pm tonight to ensure safety as river levels rise. Worked throughout day to keep open as long as possible.
The Environment Agency are warning that roads could be closed again in Worcester for the morning commute as river levels are continuing to rise.
Areas of the city have been completely cut off as businesses and homeowners continue to struggle along the River Severn
A man was pulled out of the river at the back of the Technical College in Worcester in the early hours of this morning.
The ambulance service is renewing safety warnings about flooding in the wake of the incident.
– A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman
“It was extremely fortunate that a paramedic and ambulance crew were on scene within minutes to pull the man to safety.
The man was taken to Worcester Hospital for further treatment.
– West Midlands Ambulance Serviced
“It is important that everyone follows the advice of the Environment Agency and other emergency services and stay away from flood control channels, rivers, streams and other waterways at this time.
A man who fell into the River Severn has been rushed to hospital suffering from hypothermia.
Paramedics, police and fire crews were called to the Worcester section of the river shortly before 12.30pm today to reports of somebody in the waters.
The emergency services had to work together to discover exactly where the man was, and then lift him out of the river.
He was taken to Worcestershire Royal Hospital for treatment.