Summer Burglars hit Kenilworth

CROWN WATCH are appealing to Kenilworth residents to remain vigilent at all times and to check their property is secure, especially in warm weather when understandably windows are opened for ventilation.

Unfamiliar people loitering around properties, unusual noise from activity at the rear of properties when you believe the householder is out or a vehicle repeatedly touring around the same area are all things residents are reminded to be aware of. Please, if you suspect somethign is not right then call the police without delay.

Quick thinking and communication with the police raises the potential for offenders to be caught. The more that happens in Kenilworth the less criminals will choose our town as a target because of the greater propensity of getting caught.

Please be aware that in the last few days the following incidents have occurred at homes in Kenilworth, Warwickshire:

Lower Ladyes Hill, Kenilworth

During the night of 20 into 21 July 2016, offenders entered a home in Lower Ladyes Hill, Kenilworth and stole two sets of vehicle keys from the hallway. The offenders then used the keys to steal two vehicles from the driveway.                                                                   Incident 124 of 21 July 2016 refers.

Dudley Road, Kenilworth

At some point before 3.30pm on 21 July 2016, offenders entered a home in Dudley Road, Kenilworth and stole an iPad from an upstairs bedroom.                                                    Incident 234 of 21 July 2016 refers.

Ferndale Drive, Kenilworth

At some point between 18 and 21 July, offenders removed a small window from its frame at the front of a home in Ferndale Drive, Kenilworth. The offenders are not believed to have entered the house and nothing was stolen.                                                                               Incident 241 of 21 July refers.

Please remain alert, on the lookout for suspicious persons, vehicles or activity around your own or neighbouring homes and please report anything of concern, to Police, on 101. If you believe a crime is being committed then dial 999.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: