KENILWORTH residents are being advised to review their security measures at home and with their vehicles as the town has been hit by six events in the past few days. Crown Watch recommends residents to review the level of security and deterrent that exists around their property.
Warwickshire Police would like to hear from anyone that might have heard or seen something suspicious in relation to the following crimes. Please contact the police using the 101 service.
Incident 53 of 13 January – During the night of 12 into 13 January, offenders stole the number plates from a Hyundai vehicle parked outside a home in Clinton Lane, Kenilworth.
Incident 65 of 13 January – During the same night, offenders stole both number plates from a vehicle parked on the roadside in Denton Close, Kenilworth.
Incident 89 of 13 January – On the evening of 12 January, a male offender broke into a Ford vehicle parked on the driveway of a home in Clinton Lane, Kenilworth. A witness spotted the offender sitting in the vehicle and disturbed him, causing the offender to run from the scene. Nothing appears to have been stolen.
Incident 59 of 13 January – During the same night, offenders stole a Peugeot Boxer van, containing power tools, hand tools and equipment from the roadside in Windy Arbour, Kenilworth.
Incident 270 of 15 January – During the afternoon of 15 January, offenders broke into a home in Grange Avenue, Kenilworth through a first floor front bedroom window. Nothing appears to have been stolen.
Incident 100 of 16 January – During the night of 15 into 16 January, offenders entered the secure yard of a home in Dalehouse Lane, Kenilworth and then entered an insecure garage to steal a welding set, a petrol hedge trimmer, two petrol chain saws, a small generator and a Booster battery charger.