Valuables left in Vehicles Stolen – Kenilworth

Warwickshire Police are advising people not to leave valuable items such as purses, bank cards, handbags, Sat Nav devices and laptops in motor vehicles. The advice is as a result of two incidents over the past 24 hours where vehicles have had their windows smashed to enable offenders to gain access to valuable items of property

Please be aware that between 11.30hrs and 11.50hrs on Wednesday 24 June 2020 a vehicle parked at The Brays Car Park, Castle Road, Kenilworth had its rear window smashed by two offenders wearing high visibility clothing. The offenders who were described as being white males, one slightly tanned and one with short hair appeared to prented they were parking attendants.

Once the window was smashed the offenders stole a handbag that had been left in the vehicle and made off in blue coloured saloon.

This is incident 168 of 24 June 2020

Please be aware that around 1940hrs on Wednesday 24 June 2020 offenders have smashed the passenger side window of a white Peugeot Partner van that was parked at Kenilworth Wardens Cricket Club, Glasshouse Lane, Kenilworth. A wallet containing bank cards that had been left in the vehicle was stolen. The offenders were are believed to have made off in a grey mini convertible saloon.

This is incident 478 of 24 June 2020

If you think you may have seen or heard anythingsuspicious or have any information about either of these incidents please contact Warwickshire Police on 101 or alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111

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