Please be aware that between 1800hrs on Wednesday 20 January and 1230hrs on Thursday 21 January 2021 offenders have broken into a grey Nissan Primera motor vehicle parked at Hyde Road, Kenilworth. Once inside the motor vehicle the offenders carried out an untidy search and stole a Garmin Sat Nav device and a cordless battery drill.
This in incident 144 of 21 January 2021
Please be aware that between 0400hrs and 0415hrs on Saturday 22 January 2021 offenders have stolen a black Mercedes Benz 2914 class motor vehicle from a property at Thirlestane Close, Kenilworth.
This is incident 119 of 22 January 2022
If you think you may have seen or heard anything sucpicious or have any information about either of these incidents please contact Warwickshire Police on 101 or you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111
Please click on the link for the January 2021 Update from Kenilworth’s Safer Neighbourhood Team….
Please be aware that between 2300hrs on Wednesday 20 January and 0100hrs Thursday 21 January 2021 two individuals were witnessed trying doors of motor vehicles parked in Waverley Road, Kenilworth. Police attended and an arrest was made. Householders with CCTV are asked to review any footage they may have and contact Warwickshire Police on 101
This is incident 414 of 20 January 2021
Please be aware that between Friday 15 January and Monday 18 January 2021 offenders have entered a blue ford focus parked at Whitemoor Road, Kenilworth and made an untidy search of the vehicle. No valuables or items had been left in the vehicle consequently nothing was stolen.
This is incident 117 of 18 January 2021
If you think you may have seen or heard anything suspicious or have any information about either of these incidents please contact Warwickshire Police on 101 or alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111
KENILWORTH RESIDENTS are advised to remain vigilant at all times following suspicious activity that was witnessed on Saturday evening at Southbank Road, Kenilworth.
A grey coloured BMW Series 5 motor vehicle with a single occupant was observed checking out properties and vehicles parked on drives. The individual, who it is believed may have been accompanied by two other individuals, had a torch and was showing undue interest in particular motor vehicles.
After a while the BMW motor vehicle reversed back up Southbank Road and left the area.
Please keep a close eye out for motor vehicles that are loitering in the neighbourhood, particularly if there is more than one individual in or with the vehicle and they are showing interest in properties and/or parked motor vehicles.
If you do witness suspicious activity please call Warwickshire Police on 101. If you believe a crime is taking place please dial 999.
KENILWORTH’s SAFER NEIGHBOURHOOD TEAM issued fines for a breach of the current Covid-19 lockdown restrictions whilst they were on patrol on Friday evening (15 January 2021) when they came across a vehicle parked up on Castle Road, Kenilworth.
Inside were two young adults .. it was ascertained that they did not live together (nor are they in a support bubble), they were not in Kenilworth “for exercise” and both were from Coventry.
This was not essential and consequently both have been fined £200.00.
Warwickshire Police are taking a robust approach where it is clear the current lockdown restrictions are being flouted. They said the event in Kenilworth on Friday evening demonstrates how the virus spreads, They request that everyone please follow the law and stay at home unless their journey is essential.