Garden Shed Burglaries – Burton Green

BURGLARY

Please be aware that between 22.00hrs on Sunday 7 July and 09.00hrs on Monday 8 July 2019 offenders have broken into a shed situated in the rear garden of a property at Cromwell Lane, Burton Green, Kenilworth. Offenders forced off a padlock and stole 2 chainsaws, and a strimmer.

This is incident 89 of 8 July 2019

BURGLARY

Please be aware that between 21.00hrs on Sunday 7 July and 10.30hrs on Monday 8 July 2019 offenders have forced the patio doors to a summer house situated in the rear garden of a property at Cromwell Lane, Burton Green, Kenilworth. Offenders smashed a window to a small shed to look inside and also entered a secured shed nearby by unknown means but no items were stolen.

This is incident 156 of 8 July 2019 

BURGLARY

Please be aware that it is believed that overnight between Sunday 7 July and Monday 8 July 2019 offenders have broken into a garage at a property at Cromwell Lane, Burton Green, Kenilworth by removing the window. It is not known at this stage what, if anything, was stolen. 

This is incident 371 of 8 July 2019

CRIMINAL DAMAGE

Please be aware that overnight between Sunday 7 July and Monday 8 July 2019 offenders have cut through wire fencing to the rear garden of a property at Cromwell Lane, Burton Green, Kenilworth possibly to gain access to the grounds of the property.

This is incident 109 of 8 July 2019

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

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2 Replies to “Garden Shed Burglaries – Burton Green”

  1. Hi Fraser,
    It seems these garden building burglars are getting more and more brazen. As a resident of Cromwell Lane, I’m getting more than a little concerned. Are these burglaries more at the Coventry end of Cromwell Lane, or indiscriminate?
    Simon.

    1. Simon, No they are not ‘at the Coventry end’ but are more indiscriminate. The problem is that the homes have very long back gardens that makes it very difficult for homeowners to keep offenders out in terms of breaking into sheds. They come across the fields and can access the sheds at the bottom of some of the gardens and it is very difficult for homeowners to know they are there without installing detection equipment which would not be inconsiderable in terms of effort and cost.

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