MORE footage has been handed to police investigating a car crime wave in Warndon Villages.

In the latest video, captured by residents, a figure dressed in dark clothing is seen walking straight across the garden of a house in Washbrook Close.

The man - in a dark hoodie, jeans and black trainers - was caught on camera on the same day as other footage recorded by resident Elisabete Viegas.

She shared footage of what she believed to be a suspect after other people living in the area said they saw a figure looking into cars using his phone as a light, and trying door handles in the early hours of January 18, at around 1.47am in the morning.

The footage has been passed on to West Mercia Police following their recent request for anyone with Ring doorbell or CCTV of potential offenders to share it with them.

PCSO David Anderson told us earlier this month that somebody had been reported for trying car doors handles and they were currently investigating him.

"Patrols are still going out and around Warndon Villages," PCSO Anderson said.

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"We are being quite proactive. We are working hard to apprehend any of the offenders, we are looking at all angles.

"If people see anything suspicious, if they witness anything or see it on their doorbell cameras or CCTV, call 101 straightaway. Even if its just something out the ordinary still call 101 - nobody would be criticised for making a report."

Andy Roberts, Worcestershire County councillor for Warndon, previously told us he was looking to arrange a meeting with police for a briefing on the car crime wave as he wanted "to express the concerns that local people have directly."

"We accept we are in a low level car crime area but this is starting to knock the confidence of the public," Cllr Roberts said.

"To be frank I agree with them that is enough is enough."

Warndon Parish Council's vice chairman Andrew Cross has also continually appealed to residents to keep reporting incidents to police on social media.

Anyone with information can call police on 101, or report crimes or give information through the police website