Burglary & Garden Shed Thefts – Kenilworth

The latest crime incidents across Kenilworth involve a burglary and two garden shed burglaries. Residents are advised to remain vigilant and report anything that appears out of the ordinary or suspicious.

Burglary
Please be aware that between 13.00hrs on Saturday 24 November and 11.30hrs on Monday 26 November 2018 offenders have removed a double glazed window to gain access to a property at Malthouse Lane, Kenilworth. Once inside the property the offenders have made an untidy search of the property and have taken a number of items of jewellery.
This is incident 253 of 26 November 2018
Garden Shed Burglaries
Please be aware that between midnight and 08.00hrs on Monday 26 November 2018 offenders have broken into a garden shed at the rear of a property at Rounds Hill, Kenilworth. A number of items have been stolen including a black power saw, a cordless Makita strimmer and Makita hedge cutter, a Scott mountain bike (gents) and a road racer bike.
This is incident 130 of 26 November 2018
Please be aware that between 17.00hrs on Sunday 25 November and 08.00hrs on Monday 26 November 2018 offenders have broken into two garden sheds at a property atRouncil Lane, Kenilworth. Before accessing the sheds the offenders cut off a padlock on a gate leading to the sheds. Both sheds were entered by the cutting off of padlocks. It is unclear this stage what items of property may have been taken.
This is incident 175 of 26 November 2018
If you think you may have heard or seen 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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