Please be aware that at just after 1.30pm on Thursday 7 May 2015, the resident of a home in Keeling Road, Kenilworth returned to the house to find that it had been broken in to.
The resident heard a crash from the rear of the house and realised that the offenders had still been inside. It is not clear what was stolen but the offenders quickly made off. This was the day of the General Election and the address is close to one of the Polling Stations being used for the election, at Kenilworth School, Leyes Lane.
If you saw anything suspicious or have any information that you believe may be connected to this incident, please contact Police on 101, quoting incident number 183 of 7 May 2015.
Incident 256 of 1 May 2015
At some point before 5pm on 1 May 2015 , offenders broke a pane of glass in the door of a home in Crackley Hill, Kenilworth and entered the premises. Once inside, the offenders carried out an untidy search before making off with electronic equipment and items of jewellery.
Incident 233 of 3 May 2015
Between 1 and 2am on 3 May, offenders stole a push bike which was chained to a lamp post outside a home in Lulworth Park, Kenilworth.
If you have information in relation to either of these incidents, please contact Warwickshire Police on 101, quoting the incident number given.
At some point during last night, 28 into 29 April 2015, an offender entered a home in Windy Arbour, Kenilworth and then entered an upstairs bedroom.
It is unclear if anything was stolen.
Last week between 8.30pm on 23 and 12.24am on 24 April 2015, offenders smashed the patio windows of a home in Leamington Road, Kenilworth and entered the premises. Once inside, the offenders stole an iPad, a large purse, a quantity of insulin and other items.
Please remain vigilant and act promptly if you see something or someone acting suspiciously or in a place is unusual or they shouldn’t be – dial 999 and ask for the POLICE
Incidents at homes in Woodcote Avenue, Park Hill and Siddeley Avenue, Kenilworth
Crown Watch are advising vigilance continues after more burglaries have taken place in the last few days across Kenilworth. However, vigilance does pay when its backed up by swift action by residents. As you will see below the vigilance and actions of a witness led to offenders being caught in the act. This proves its worth keeping a lookout and not leaving it to someone to report things.
The following incidents, have occurred at homes in Kenilworth over recent days:
Incident 161 of 17 April 2015
Between 10am and 12.50pm on 17 April, offenders smashed a kitchen window at a home in Woodcote Avenue, Kenilworth and climbed through in to the house. Once inside, the offenders carried out an untidy search before making off with many items of jewellery.
Incident 212 of 17 April 2015
Between 12noon and 2.30pm on 17 April, offenders attempted to break in to a home in Park Hill, Kenilworth. The offenders entered the porch through an insecure door and then smashed the front door glass. The offenders failed to get in to the house and nothing was stolen.
Incident 235 of 19 April 2015
At around 5pm on 19 April, a witness in Siddeley Avenue saw a youth enter a neighbouring home in Siddeley Avneue, Kenilworth and called police. Officers arrived to find the offenders still inside the house and he was arrested.
If you have information that you believe may be connected to any of these incidents, please contact Police on 101. Please also remain alert, on the lookout for suspicious or unusual activity around your own and neighbouring homes and please report anything of concern to Police immediately.
Please be aware that there have been incidents that have occurred at homes in Lulworth Park & Dalehouse Lane, Kenilworth over recent days. Details below.
Crown Watch is appealing to residents to act faster when they see something suspicious. A vigilant resident in Whitemoor Road telephoned the police to report a man was acting suspiciously, trying to look down the side passages between houses at approximately 9.00pm. He was described as bald-headed wearing unusual, stripy trousers, like pyjama bottoms.
However, it has become apparent that other residents spotted a man fitting the same description acting suspiciously an hour earlier but did not report it. The police responded to the call made by the Whitemoor Road resident but it’s obvious that an earlier call from those noticing things would have given the police a better chance of checking the individual out.
Lulworth Park, Kenilworth
During the night of 14/15 April 2015, offenders smashed the rear patio door of a home in Lulworth Park, Kenilworth in an attempt to get in to the house. The offenders caused damage but failed to get in and nothing was stolen. This was Incident 73 of 15 April 2015Incident 248 of 15 April 2015.
Dalehouse Lane, Kenilworth
At some point before 4.20pm on 15 April 2015, offenders forced open the door to an integral garage at a home in Dalehouse Lane, Kenilworth.
Once inside the garage, the offenders then opened the internal door in to the house and entered the property. The offenders carried out a search but nothing is believed to have been stolen.
If you have information that you believe may be connected to either of these incidents, please contact Police on 101, quoting the incident number given.