Burglary – Kenilworth

At approximately 03:20hrs on Sunday 15 August 2021 an unknown offender wearing a hooded top forced entry into a business premises on Leyes Lane, Kenilworth. The offender forced entry by throwing a planter through a window at the front of the property. Once inside an untidy search was conducted. Small change was stolen along with a number of charity boxes.

This is incident 91 of 15 August 2021

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

Spate of Vehicle Crime – Kenilworth & Warwick Rural East & West Areas

OWNERS OF MOTOR VEHICLES are being advised by Warwickshire Police to ensure their vehicles are secure and are not left unattended with valuable items inside. The advice comes after a spate of vehicle crimes have occurred over the past few days in the Kenilworth and Warwick Rural East & West areas.

Over the past few days, in one case a motor vehicle was stolen, while in others items were taken with damage done to the vehicles to enable offenders to gain entry to the contents inside the vehicles.

Warwickshire Police’s advice is simple; Do NOT leave items of any value in motor vehicles. In July and August to date there have been several incidents where items such as wallets, bank cards, mobile phones, iPads and tablet computers have been left in vehicles causing the vehicles to have windows smashed and/or doors forced to enable offenders to steal the items.

The latest events to have taken place in the wider area in addition to those already listed earlier on a previous Kenilworth Watch Crime Alert, are as follows;

Vehicle Crime – Honiley

Between 18:00hrs Wednesday 11 August 2021 and 08:00hrs Thursday 12 August 2021 unknown offender(s) stole a silver Land Rover Defender pick-up that was parked on the grounds of Honiley Court Hotel, Honiley. The vehicle had a metal cage and company details on the rear.

This is incident 60 of 12 August 2021

Vehicle Crime – Leek Wootton

Overnight Thursday 12 August 2021 into the morning of Friday 13 August 2021 unknown offender(s) forced entry into a blue Land Rover Defender that was parked on the grounds of The Warwickshire Golf and Country Club, Leek Wootton. Unknown offender(s) smashed the front windows and searched inside the vehicle. It is not known at present what was/if anything was stolen.

This is incident 47 of 13 August 2021

Vehicle Crime – Little Shrewley

Between 00:01hrs and 18:10hrs Thursday 12 August 2021 unknown offender(s) stole both front and rear vehicle registration plates from a red BMW 1 Series that was parked at the front of a residential property on Mill Lane, Little Shrewley.

This is incident 129 of 13 August 2021

Vehicle Crime – Stoneleigh

Between 17:45hrs and 18:35hrs Tuesday 10 August 2021 unknown offender(s)forced entry into a grey Peugeot 206sw that was parked in a layby on the B4115, Stoneleigh. Offender(s) forced entry into the vehicle via the front passenger door and stole an iPhone 6s.

This is incident 72 of 11 August 2021

Vehicle Crime – Baginton

Overnight Wednesday 11-AUG-2021 into the morning of Thursday 12-AUG-2021 unknown offender(s) forced entry into a Vauxhall Astra estate that was parked in the car park of The Oak, Coventry Road, Baginton. Offender(s) smashed a rear window to gain entry. A number of items were stolen from inside the vehicle.

This is incident 62 of 12 August 2021

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

Burglary & Vehicle Crime – Kenilworth

Incident: 68 of 12-AUG-2021 – Burglary (Business) – Pipers Lane, Kenilworth

Between 16-JUN-2021 and 12-AUG-2021 unknown offender(s) stole a number of electronic items from Cherry Orchard Recycling Centre on Pipers Lane, Kenilworth. Items were stolen from outdoor storage facilities. Offender(s) also attempted to force entry into the main shop building on site but were unsuccessful. 

Incident: 422 of 13-AUG-2021 – Vehicle Crime – Borrowell Lane, Kenilworth

Between 08:00hrs and 17:00hrs Friday 13-AUG-2021 unknown offender(s) caused damage to a blue Toyota Aygo that was parked on Borrowell Lane, Kenilworth. It does not appear that offender(s) conducted a search inside the vehicle.

Incident: 127 of 14-AUG-2021 – Vehicle Crime – Glasshouse Lane, Kenilworth

Between 08:30hrs and 09:30hrs Saturday 14-AUG-2021 unknown offender(s) forced entry into a black Volvo XC40 that was parked on Glasshouse Lane, Kenilworth. Offender(s) smashed the front nearside window to gain entry and removed a wallet from a bag being kept in the footwell.

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

Horticultural Tools Stolen – Kenilworth


Please be aware that between Wednesday 21 July 2021 and Saturday 31 July 2021 offenders have broken into an outbuilding at sporting premises on Crewe Lane, Kenilworth by forcing a window. Once inside they have stolen a number of items including 4 Stihl leaf blowers, 1 backpack leaf blower, 1 Stihl Chainsaw and 4 Stihl strimmers.

This is incident 161 of 2 August 2021

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

 

Stolen Bicycle – Kenilworth

Please be aware that between 1825hrs and 1830hrs on Saturday 31 July 2021 offenders have stolen a black with red and blue pattern Indigo Traverse bicycle while it was momentarily left outside the One Stop Convenience Store, Albion Street, Kenilworth.

 

If you think you may have seen or heard anything suspicious or have any information about this incident please contact Warwickshire Police on 101 or alternatively Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 1111