Robbery, Burglary, Attempt Burglary & Criminal Damage – Kenilworth

KENILWORTH residents are advised to remain vigilant at all times and to review their personal and household security as reports confirms criminals are operating in the town.

Robbery

Please be aware that around 2200hrs on Thursday 1 November 2018 a female walking along Spring Lane, Kenilworth was assaulted from behind and then pushed to the ground. The offender then grabbed and stole a black bag from the female and made off towards Whateleys Drive/Whitemoor Road.
This is Incident 465 of 1 November 2018

Attempt Burglary

Please be aware that between 2200hrs on Wednesday 31 October and 0800hrs on Thursday 1 November 2018 offenders have attempted to gain entry to a property at Windy Arbour, Kenilworth. A rear patio door has been damaged as offenders tried unsuccessfully to force and then remove the lock.
This is incident 128 of 1 November 2018

Burglary

Please be aware that overnight between Thursday 1 November and 0700hrs Friday 2 November 2018 offenders have snapped the lock on a rear door of a property atAshfield Road, Kenilworth. The offenders have entered the property and made a search possibly for car keys without success. A number of items were stolen including two laptop computers.

This is incident 38 of 2 November 2018

Criminal Damage
Please be aware that between 22.00hrs on Wednesday 31 October and 16.15hrs on Thursday 1 November 2018 offenders have spray painted graffiti on the wall of a property adjacent to a public right of way at Mill End, Kenilworth.
This is incident 305 of 1 November 2018

Details of “anti snap” door locks can be found by clicking this link. (A property earlier this week in nearby Haseley Knob foiled offenders because the lock they were trying force was anti snap, they were unable to get in the property and made off)

“Anti Snap Lock Link: http://www.locksmiths.co.uk/security-advice/cylinder-snapping/#how

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

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