Vehicle Thefts hit Kenilworth in New Year

A burglary over the Christmas period at Inchbrook Road, Kenilworth has been followed by two Ford vehicles both being stolen from addresses elsewhere in the town overnight between the 2 and 3 January 2018.

Kenilworth Watch News says that this just reinforces the need for local people to remain vigilant and take all the steps they can to ensure property is secure and deterrents are in place. Kenilworth Watch News also said they would like to see much more visibility of Police Officers on patrol in and around our town to support the town’s two Police Community Support Officers and local residents as there is a limit to what individual householders can do. Regular police patrols gather intelligence and provide a deterrent, without them criminals are more emboldened because the likelihood of being caught is low.

The details of the latest incidents are:

Inchbrook Road, Kenilworth

Between 22 and 27 December, offenders broke into a home under renovation in Inchbrook Road, Kenilworth through an insecure rear door.  Once inside, the offenders stole building materials. Incident 93 of 2 January 2018

Henry Street, Kenilworth

During the night of 2 into 3 January, offenders stole a Ford vehicle from outside a home in Henry Street, Kenilworth after smashing the glass in the door.  The owner of the vehicle is still in possession of the keys. Incident 104 of 3 January 

Redfern Avenue, Kenilworth

During the night of 2 into 3 January, offenders stole a Ford Transit van from outside a home in Redfern Avenue, Kenilworth.  The owner of the vehicle still has the keys. Incident 114 of 3 January 2018

If you saw anything suspicious or have any information on any of these incidents please contact Warwickshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111

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