Red Suzuki Quad Bike
Between Weds 19th - Thurs 20th February 2014 a red Suzuki quad bike model 450 was stolen from an outbuilding on a farm in Priors Marston. Offender/s forced the padlock on the outbuilding and pushed the quad across a field on the Byfield Road. A white van was seen on the farm the same day acting suspicious. The previous week a Horse trailer was stolen from the farm. The metallic 2 tone grey rice double horse trailer was stolen overnight on the 12th February the trailer is described as not being road worthy.
Incident number 74-12/02/14 and 48-20/02/14 refer.
Caravan for Sale?
Warwickshire Police have received a few calls within the last week about a female with a strong Irish accent knocking on doors asking if their caravan is for sale. Please report any incidents that you feel are suspicious, please try to obtain as much detail as possible such as vehicle registration if you feel it does not warrant calling 101 (non emergency number) you may contact Southam SNT direct on 01926 684984 or email Farm watch.
Horse owners, please note
There has been a report of green chalk marking on a fence to a field which contains horses the marking said 'COUNT HORSES'. Please be vigilant this has been reported to Horse Watch, if you would like more information or to join Horse watch please click on the link below http://www.warwickshire-horsewatch.co.uk/ there is useful advise to help protect your Farms and livestock it is free to join.
Rural Crime Prevention Event
Remember the rural crime prevention event is Thurs 27th February from 6.30pm - 21.30pm at Warwickshire College, Morton Morrell. Your local Safer Neighbourhood Team will be there where you can discuss any issues, crime prevention advise gain expect advise on how to keep your property, equipment and livestock safe & secure. You may also bring along saddles and tack marked or chipped so bring them along.
On behalf of
Southam Farm watch
Telephone 01926 684984
Please access our website www.safer-neighbourhoods.co.uk for the latest news in the Stratford District and also Southam SNT newsletters. In a non emergency or to report a crime dial 101