Please be aware that between 18.16hrs and 23.15hrs on Sunday 9 August 2020 offenders have broken into through a property at Lulworth Park, Kenilworth.
The offenders broke in by forcing and snapping the lock of patio doors at the rear of the property. Once inside the offenders carried out an untidy search throughout the property.
This is incident 543 of 9 August 2020
If you think you may have seen or heard anything suspicious or have any information about this incident then please contact Warwickshire Police on 101 or alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111
WARWICKSHIRE POLICE are highlighting the dangers of inhaling nitrous oxide ‘Laughing Gas’. Over the past few years deaths have increased from persons inhaling Nitrous Oxide and police and health professionals are warning people, especially young people, of the danger associated with inhaling Nitrous Oxide.
There have been several reports at various locations across the county, including in Kenilworth, of hundreds of spend (empty) Nitrous Oxide canisters that have had to be cleared away and removed from public places.
Please be under no illusion ‘Laughing Gas” can easily end up as no laughing matter…
Please be aware that between 18.00hrs on Wednesday 5 August and 17.30hrs on Friday 7 August 2020 offenders have entered a garden and broken into a shed at a property in Clinton Lane, Kenilworth.
Three bicycles have been stolen being two adult “TREK” bicycles and a “Specialized” childs bicycle.
This is incident 382 of 7 August 2020
If you think you may have seen or heard anything or have any information concerning this incident then please contact Warwickshire Police on 101 or you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111
KENILWORTH’s Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT), part of Warwickshire Police, have appealed to dog owners to think about their pets with the onset of high temperatures and humidity and which is forecast to last for at least a few days. Dogs should not be left in unattended motor vehicles in hot weather as their health and welfare can be quickly and seriously affected.
The appeal comes after Kenilworth and Warwick SNT’s were called earlier today (Friday 7 August 2020) to separate incidents where dogs had been left locked in cars in the heat and sunshine in Kenilworth and Leek Wootton. While primarily it is not a police matter they do support the RSPCA wherever possible and in extreme cases there can be charges brought related to animal cruelty.
Please follow the advice from the RSPCA shown below and avoid your pet suffering unnecessarily. If you see a dog locked in a car in the heat and are concerned for its welfare please call the RSPCA on 0300 123 8585 or alternatively Warwickshire Police on 101.
Please be aware that between Monday 27 July 2020 and Midday on Wednesday 5 August 2020 offenders have entered a property at Oaks Road, Kenilworth by forcing entry to a garage door. Once inside the offenders searched a motor vehicle within the garage. It is not clear at this stage what, if anything, was stolen.
This is incident 142 of 5 August 2020
If you think you may have seen or heard anything suspicious or have any information regarding the above incident please call Warwickshire Police on 101. Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111