Vigilance Needed – 3 Burglaries in One Night – High St, Eden Croft and Thornby Avenue, Kenilworth

Residents are being asked to be vigilant as burglars visited Kenilworth overnight on the 2 and 3 April 2013. If you see or hear anything out of the ordinary then please check what you can safely (don’t approach persons or put yourself in danger), but if what you can see or hear seems suspicious then it probably is. In these circumstances, don’t delay or think someone else will do something, pick up the phone and dial 999.
Please see details below for information on events that took place overnight between 2 and 3 April 2013 ;
Incident 68 of 3 April
  • During the night, 2 into 3 April, offenders entered a home in High Street, Kenilworth and stole the keys to a Honda vehicle.  They keys were then used to steal the vehicle from outside.
Incident 97 of 3 April
  • Also during the night, offenders smashed the rear patio doors of a home in Eden Croft, Kenilworth and entered the premises to steal several items.
Incident 110 of 3 April
  • Again during the night, 2 into 3 April, offenders entered a home in Thornby Avenue and carried out an untidy search before making off with several items.
If anyone saw anything at or near these locations, or indeed anything suspicious in and around the town on the evening of the 2 April or the early morning of 3 April please contact Warwickshire Police on 101. You can call anonymously if you wish by contacting Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

3 Replies to “Vigilance Needed – 3 Burglaries in One Night – High St, Eden Croft and Thornby Avenue, Kenilworth”

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