Two Keyless Motor Vehicle Thefts & Theft from Motor Vehicle – Kenilworth

Please be aware that between 2030hrs and 2250hrs on Monday 1 March 2021 offenders have stolen a Grey Range Rover motor vehicle from the private drive of a property at Rounds Hill, Kenilworth. The car was stolen without keys suggesting it maybe a “keyless car theft”.

This is incident 402 of 1 March 2021

Please be aware that between 0100hrs and 0700hrs on Tuesday 2 March 2021 offenders have stolen a grey Ford Kuga from the private drive of a property at Rounds Hill, Kenilworth. The car was stolen without keys suggesting it maybe a “keyless car theft”.

This is incident 76 of 2 March 2021

Owners of motor vehicles that have keyless entry and ignition systems are advised to place their keys in a signal blocking  ‘Faraday cage’ (a metal container that prevents the signal and key being contacted by a device that thieves can use to steal keyless entry vehicles). An example is shown below (cost approx £20)  

Faraday pouches are also available (cost approx £8)

Please be aware that between 1000hrs and 1100hrs on Tuesday 2 March 2021 offenders have forced the door on a red Nissan Micra motor vehicle parked at Beehive Hill, Kenilworth. Once they gained entry to the vehicle they have stolen  a black leather handbag containing a purse and bank cards which were subsequently used by the offenders.

This is incident 129 of 2 March 2021

If you think you may have seen or heard anything suspicious of if you have any information that may relate to any of these incidents please contact Warwickshire Police on 101 or alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111

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