Recent Incidents from Southam SNT
Inc 39 – 29/04/15 A KTM Motorcross bike was stolen from a secure garage in Southam.
Inc 342 – 03/05/15 A bench and kissing gate were stolen from the grounds of St James Church in Southam.
Incidents 68, 205 – 18/05/15 and inc 334 – 17/05/15 relate to a theft of catalytic converter’s stolen from a Ford Galaxy and two Mercedes sprinter vans on Kineton Road Industrial Estate.
Inc 98 – 22/04/15, three wooden plant pots were stolen from outside a property in Avon Dassett.
Inc 201 – 08/05/15 A Gold Range Rover was stolen from a lay-by in Marston Doles on Friday 8th May.
Inc 89 – 08/05/15 a spray paint was used to damage the bridge and storage container in the park in Green End, Long Itchington.
Inc 102 – 02/05/15 an outbuilding at Bridge Nursery was entered stolen within was weed killer and a number of bags of compost.
Inc 222 – 02/05/15 A farm building was broken into in Napton, a blue Alien V4 teenager quad bike was stolen, the handles have blue polka dots, also stolen was a disc cutter, a Stihl disc cutter and a waker plate.
Incident’s 168 – 02/05/15 & 174 – 06/05/15 refers to a burglary attempt at an empty property in Hambridge Rd Bishops Itchington.
Inc 181 – 21/04/15 refers to theft of an electric shepherd energiser fence unit and battery from
Bullring Farm Road,
Incident’s 68 – 08/05/15 & 95 – 17/05/15 refer to theft of a Nickson Industrial pressure washer, from a farm on the
near Chesterton. Offender/s have returned to the farm and stolen a white
Citroen Berlingo van partial vrm OY52 *** an Ifor Williams trailer and a Suzuki
quad bike with crop sprayer.
Inc 256 – 12/05/15 A handbag was stolen from a secure unattended motor vehicle parked at Ufton Fields nature reserve. Offenders gained entry by breaking the window.
If you have any information regarding the above incidents please contact 101 quoting the incident number.
Incident 125 – 01/05/15 refers to a burglary at the Post office in Bishops Itchington where cigarettes, alcohol and scratch cards were stolen. The offender was apprehended by officers and dealt with by the court.
Be Cyber Smart
This phase of #Be Cyber Smart focuses on phishing, malware, passwords, antivirus and the importance of shredding documents containing personal details.
More details are available by visiting www.warwickshire.police.uk/becybersmart or www.westmercia.police.uk/becybersmart or see the below for a quick way of remembering some top tips:
S Shred documents containing personal details before throwing them away.
M Make sure passwords are nonsensical. Use letters, numbers and symbols.
A Always use legitimate and up-to-date antivirus software.
R Remain vigilant. Think before you input or email your personal details.
T Think Phishing. Could that email be from a fraudster trying to get hold of your personal details?
For further information about staying safe online go to www.getsafeonline.org and www.cyberstreetwise.com