During the night of 28 into 29 January offenders stole a Honda motorcycle from the rear garden of a home in School Lane, Kenilworth after forcing open a lock on the rear gate. Between 5pm and 7.20pm an offender disabled the intruder alarm at a home on Beehive Hill, Kenilworth and entered the premises. It is not yet clear exactly what was stolen in the burglary.
During the night of 29 into 30 January offenders entered a new build home in Dalehouse Lane, Kenilworth via and insecure door and stole a quantity of expensive power tools. Between 7 and 7.10pm on 29 January a witness in Fieldgate Lane, Kenilworth heard an alarm go off at a neighbouring property and went to investigate. A rear window at the rear of the premises had been smashed and it was later discovered that items of jewellery had been stolen.
If you have information that you believe may be connected to any of these incidents please contact Kenilworth Police quoting incident number 125 of 30 January.
Between 4.30 and 5pm on 21 January offenders climbed scaffolding and entered a home in Waverley Road, Kenilworth via an upstairs window, which had been left ajar.
The offender was seen by the occupant of the house who thought that it was a member of the family. Nothing appears to have been stolen.
During the night of 22 into 23 January offenders removed the beading to a side window at a home in St Nicholas Avenue, Kenilworth and entered the premises. Once inside, the offender stole 5 laptop computers, a wallet, cash and cards.
If you saw or heard anything suspicious in either of these areas around the times given that you believe may be connected to these incidents please contact Kenilworth Police quoting incident number 310 of 21 January.
A burglary took place at a home in Stoneleigh Road, Kenilworth on 17 January.
At some point between midnight and 11am on 17 January offenders cut the padlock off the door of an integral garage at a home in Stoneleigh Road, Kenilworth and then entered the premises.
The offenders then attempted to steal a whacker plate (machinery used to compact tarmac) but abandoned it on the driveway of the house.
If you saw or heard anything suspicious in the area of Stoneleigh Road between these times that you believe may be connected to this burglary please contact Kenilworth Police quoting incident number 250 of 17 January.
Police are warning of the dangers of walking over frozen lakes after catching adults and children on the lake at Abbey Fields in Kenilworth. Four incidents in recent weeks involved people cycling, skateboarding, playing and walking across the ice.
Acting Sergeant Michael Morland said: “Each and every one of these calls we have treated as priority – the team has dropped routine enquires to attend the lake.Thankfully each report has been resolved by people being given safety advice.”
“I am sure the majority of people reading this will recall tragedies that have been reported in the national press of adults and children drowning after venturing onto frozen stretches of water. I sincerely do not want this to happen in Kenilworth, therefore I am urging all parents and carers of school children to take a few minutes during their day to talk about the dangers of frozen lakes with their children.”He added: “If someone does fall through the ice at the temperatures we have been experiencing the consequences could be fatal.”
Wednesday late afternoon/early evening (30 December 2009) saw the latest of a number of recent visits by Police Officers from Kenilworth’s Safer Neighbourhood team to check vehicle speed. Officers reported that the majority of vehicles were travelling within the 30 mph speed limit. Some vehicles were stopped and advice was given. The recent community speeding initiative that has been carried out by volunteers has highlighted Windy Arbour (near Seekings Drive) as being one of the most important areas that vehicle speed needs to be checked, some vehicles have been measured as doing between 40 mph to 60 mph.
Consequently, the Safer Neighbourhood Team are focusing on the area. Crown Watch welcomes this as although it may appear that the number of vehicles being actually stopped is low this is viewed as positive as it indicates that Windy Arbour is getting a name for itself amongst drivers that speed checks are common. This deters vehicles from speeding which is the outcome we all want.
- Police Officers from Kenilworth’s Safer Neighbourhood Team carrying out speed checks on Wednesday evening 30/12/09