Please be aware that between 2230hrs on Monday 19 April and 0600hrs on Tuesday 20 April 2021 offenders have entered a black Peugeot 208 motor vehicle parked at Woodland Road, Kenilworth. Amongst other items a wallet, containing a number of bank cards, was stolen with the bank cards being used by offenders shortly following the theft.
This event highlights the need to avoid leaving items of value in unattended motor vehicles.
This is incident 44 of 20 April 2021
If you think you may have seen or heard anything or have any information about this incident then please contact Warwickshire Police on 101 or alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 1111
Following a road traffic collision between two vehicles in the evening at Windy Arbour, Kenilworth on Thursday 15 April 2021 one of the drivers from a Kenilworth address was arrested on suspicion of being unfit to drive as a result of excess alcohol.
The individual recorded 76 micrograms of alcohol in 100ml of breath, the legal limit being 35 mg. The individual was subsequently charged with Drink Driving and will appear before Warwickshire Magistrates in due course.
Please be aware that offenders have attempted to gain entry to retail premises on Warwick Rod, Kenilworth between 1530hrs on Thursday 15 April and 0930hrs on Friday 16 April 2021. The offenders tried to force the door to the premises but were unable to gain entry.
This is incident 103 of 16 April 2021
Please be aware that between 2230hrs and 2350hrs on Thursday 15 April 2021 offenders have entered premises at Pipers Lane, Kenilworth and stolen over 50 motor vehicle batteries.
This is incident 004 of 16 April 2021
If you think you may have seen or heard anything suspicious or have any information about either of these incidents then please contact Warwickshire Police on 101 or you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 1111
Please be aware that between 00.15hrs and 00.30hrs on Wednesday 7 April 2021 offenders attempted to force a conservatory door to gain entry into a property at Denewood Way, Kenilworth. The householder was alerted and the offenders made off without gaining entry.
This is incident 157 of 7 April 2021
This attempted burglary, trying to use patio doors as a means to commit burglary, highlights the benefit of fitting anti-snap locks to all sealed unit doors as this makes it very difficult for criminals to gain entry.
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 Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 1111
KENILWORTH WATCH works alongside Warwickshire Police’s Safer Neighbourhood Team for Kenilworth and provides 24/7 crime alerts for the town. The Watch system, a modern internet, email, and social media-based service, was featured on BBC One on Easter Monday and repeated on BBC Two earlier this morning (6 April).
As a direct result of the broadcasts, over 60 more residents have joined Kenilworth Watch in the past 24 hours. Some 1,260 homes in and around Kenilworth are now part of Kenilworth Watch and crucially will receive up to date crime alerts 24/7.
A further five residents have joined the CCTV register that Kenilworth Watch also operates; this takes the number of Kenilworth households registered with CCTV to around sixty.
A Kenilworth Watch spokesperson said
“We are pleased that so many members of our town are so community-minded and are part of Kenilworth Watch. With such a high and growing number of households signed up for our free service, we can ensure that we help keep the town safe, deter crime and support Warwickshire Police. The CCTV register is a cracking example of how we can help our police by reducing the time they spend investigating crime and getting them closer to a result”.
For anyone who has not seen the BBC broadcast here is a link to BBC iPlayer and the Frontline Fightback programme. The piece about Kenilworth starts at around 28 minutes into the programme.