“Keyless” Car Theft – Kenilworth

Please be aware that between 1800hrs on Tuesday 29 March and 0100hrs on Wednesday 30 March 2022 offenders have stolen a black Range Rover Vogue that was parked at Ash Drive, Kenilworth.

The vehicle was stolen without keys indicating that this may have been a “keyless car theft” where offenders intercept the signal between the vehicle’s keys and the vehicle’s locking and ignition system.

This is incident 13 of 30 March 2022

Motor Vehicle Crime Prevention Advice

Drivers with motor vehicles fitted with keyless entry systems are advised to take practical measures to deter vehicle theft.

Three things are advised:

Firstly, if your vehicle has a keyless entry system and an option to turn off the keys emitting a signal then always remember to do this when locking and leaving the vehicle.

There are two other effective methods of deterring and preventing keyless car theft.

An effective steering lock which makes it a great deal more difficult to steal the vehicle.

A metal box/tin or metal lined pouch, also known as a Faraday Cage or pouch, protects keyless ignition keys when they are placed inside as the signal from the key cannot be intercepted by unlawful devices near the property.

These products actively prevent crime by making it much difficult for thieves generally and for thieves specifically using devices to intercept signals between keys and a motor vehicle. 

More details and availability to order from:

Steering Lock


Faraday Pouch


If you think you may have seen or heard anything suspicious have any information about the incident detailed above then please contact Warwickshire Police on 101 or alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 1111


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