Kenilworth Robbery – Arrests Made

KENILWORTH WATCH would like to praise the professionalism and commitment of Warwickshire Police in respect of an incident that took place earlier today in Stratford upon Avon and is linked to a robbery that took place yesterday at Clarkes Avenue, Kenilworth.

Two people have been arrested following police pursuit in Stratford upon Avon earlier today (26 November 2020). A man and a woman were arrested in Stratford on Thursday morning following a police pursuit which ended with a vehicle crashing in Windsor Street.

Warwickshire Police confirmed that officers undertook a ‘tactical pursuit and containment manoeuvre’ on the vehicle, which was suspected to have been involved in a robbery that took place yesterday afternoon just before 3.45pm on Clarkes Avenue, Kenilworth.

It’s reported three suspects in a silver VW Passat followed a van, and two of them then got out and threatened the driver. Two of the suspects then got into the victim’s van and drove off in it, with the VW Passat also leaving the scene. One of the suspects was believed to be holding a baseball bat.

Following this morning’s incident in Stratford, a 28-year-old man and an 22-year-old woman were arrested.

If anyone witnessed the incident in Kenilworth or any suspicious behaviour in the area, has any dashcam/CCTV footage or may have seen the stolen van (a white Ford Transit with the registration of NC57 LLK) please call Warwickshire Police on 101 quoting incident number 208 of 25 November 2020. Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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