A further mature tree has been felled sometime between Christmas Day and Boxing Day. The tree is the second to be destroyed and it has been destroyed as it has been completely felled. It was left across Tulip Tree Avenue, where it was situated outside Tulip Tree Court. Local residents had to move the felled tree to enable vehicles to travel along the Avenue safely and properly. This second event, within days of a first tree being attacked, has been reported to the Police. Residents are requested to remain vigilant and take details of anything they see or hear suspicious, reporting it to Police as soon as possible.
If anyone has any information to do with this apparent wanton vandalism of these trees please contact your Neighbourhood Watch Co-Ordinator (contact details are contained within the newsletter and recent Alert that was delivered) or telephone the Safer Neighbourhood Team on 01926 684404. If you prefer you can provide information by telephoning Crimestoppers 0n 0800 555 111.
Please keep a keen eye out as we want to stop this damage being done to our environment.
Click here to see the published leaflet > Crown Watch Alert Dec 2009
Residents are requested to keep and eye out for individuals with a chain saw who have already tried cutting down trees in Tulip Tree Avenue. Please get vehicle details (registration.colour/type of vehicle) and report to police if these individuals return.
Do not leave your car unattended whilst it is unlocked and defrosting on your driveway. If you need to defrost your car then you need to stay with it if the engine is running. Do NOT leave it for one minute because that’s all it can take for someone to make off in your car. Also please note that many car insurance policies don’ t cover theft by this method and therefore they DO NOT pay out! – simply its classed as the owners own fault by being careless and leaving their car running unsecured.
We have been notified that Solihull area was hit very badly last week (6 cars stolen in one morning) so please be vigilant.
Please keep an eye on your property or it maybe be stolen.
Click on the link here to see; > Crown News Dec 2009 (Web Version)
Between 8.40 and 9.30am on Wednesday 9 December, offenders climbed onto the porch roof of a home in St Johns Street, Kenilworth and then forced open the hinges on a bedroom window to access the house. Once inside the offenders stole a PSP console, a Nintendo Wii, a laptop computer, a playstation, a 21in television and computer and monitor and some American white leather Nike trainers.
A witness saw a mint coloured vehicle, possibly a Renault, parked at the side of the premises at around 8.30am. The driver of the vehicle was seen to be loading items and is described as a white male, around 6ft tall and wearing sunglasses. A second male was white with blond spiked hair.
Between midnight and 2.20am on Thursday 3 December offenders entered a home in Fieldgate Lane, Kenilworth and stole several items including high value watches and the keys to an Audi S4 Quattro, which was then stolen from the driveway.
NHW WK Burglaries in Quarry Road & Bullimore Grove, Kenilworth INC 97 of 1 December
We would like to make you aware of the following burglaries which have occurred in Kenilworth over recent days.
During the night of 30 November into 1 December offenders entered a home in Quarry Road, Kenilworth via a rear door and located the keys to a grey BMW Z4 Coupe vehicle. The vehicle was then stolen from the driveway.
Between 3.45 and 6.25pm yesterday evening, 1 December, offenders smashed the patio door os home in Bullimore Grove, Kenilworth and entered the premises which activated the intruder alarm. The offenders conducted a search of the house before making off. It is not clear exactly what was stolen.
If you have information that you believe may be connected to either of these burglaries please contact Kenilworth Police quoting incident number 97 of 1 December. Please also remain alert, on the lookout for suspicious persons or activity around your own or neighbouring homes and please report anything that you consider to be out of the ordinary or suspicious to police. Thankyou.