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Is it worth having a Neighbourhood Watch scheme?

Crown Watch is all about us looking our for one another. If you are going away for a few days let your Co-ordinator know so we can keep a lookout for anything suspicious. If we keep ourselves informed about what is going on around us and in our community then we stand a much better chance of protecting our homes and property, many of the things that are most precious to us. It is down to each one of us to do our bit, but what do you think?

We want to know and we wont be offended by your answers, do you think its worth us going on with the newsletters, crime alerts and the recently introduced website?

So please take a few minutes to tell us, just click on leave a comment below. We will read every comment and let you know what everyone has said in a couple of months and what we intend to do

Nightime Burglary in The Close

During the night of 28 into 29 May offenders entered a home in The Close, Kenilworth via a ground floor French window.

Once inside, the offenders made a thorough search of the premises and it is not yet known exactly what was stolen.

If you have information that you believe may be connected to this incident please contact Kenilworth Police quoting incident number 190 of 29 May.

April Shower of Burglaries – Highland Road, Redfern Avenue, Stoneleigh Road, Common Lane & Red Lane

During the night of 18 into 19 April offenders forced open the up and over garage door of a home in Highland Road, Kenilworth and ented the premises.  The offender then stole a motorcycle which he failed to lift over a hedge in the rear garden which leads to open farmland.

At 1am on 19 April offenders were disturbed as they broke into a shed at a home in Redfern Avenue, Kenilworth.  The offenders then made off over fences towards Park Hill.

At 4.15am on 19 April the alarm was activated at Woodland Superstores in Common Lane, Kenilworth and witnesses saw two young males forcing open the door.  Three bottles of spirits were stolen.

During the night of 18 into 19 April offenders cut the padlock off the garage at a home in Stoneleigh Road, Kenilworth and entered the building.  A motorcycle and other items were moved but nothing was stolen.

At just before 1.30pm yesterday, 20 April, offenders entered an isolated detached home in Red Lane, Burton Green after forcing open the patio doors.  This activated the intruder alarm.

Once inside the premises the offenders caused damage to the alarm and to internal doors before making off with a variety of electrical items.

If you have information that you believe may be connected to any of these burglaries please contact Kenilworth Police quoting incident number 149 of 20 April.

Crackley Hill Car Key Burglary

At approximately 19.40hrs on Wednesday evening (17 March) the resident of a home in Crackley Hill, Kenilworth heard a noise at a neighbouring address and went to investigate.

Offenders had smashed the patio door of a house and entered the premises from where they stole a quantity of electrical goods and the keys to a black VW Golf GTI which was then stolen from outside.

Any information that you believe may be connected to this incident please contact Kenilworth Police quoting incident number 331 of 17 March.

Burglars Busy Again at Abbey Hill, Albert Street & Roseland Road

Arthur Street, Kenilworth

Burglars have been busy in the town with homes in Abbey Hill, Albert Street and Roseland Road getting unwanted attention.

Between 8.25pm and 8.40pm (15 mins) on 4 March a witness in Roseland Road, Kenilworth heard a cracking noise and spotted two males attempting to force open and neighbours window. The offenders smashed the glass but did not manage to get through the window into the house. The offenders were described as; two males in their late teens. One was wearing a grey hoodie.

Sometime between 5 and 7 March offenders forced open a rear window at a home in Abbey Hill, Kenilworth and entered the house. Once inside the offenders stole a laptop computer and items of jewellery.

Abbey Hill, Kenilworth

Between 9.20am and 6.15pm on Tuesday 9 March offenders used a spade to force open the conservatory door of a home in Arthur Street, Kenilworth and they entered the house. The offenders stole electrical items and jewellery.  A neighbour spotted a dirty black BMW car parked at the rear of the house between 1pm and 2pm and this vehicle maybe connected with this incident.

Please contact Warwickshire Police on 01926 415000 if you have any information that would help with the investigation of these crimes.