Tuesday, 2 August 2016

@WAR - Warwickshire Police Update

Burglary at home in Snowford Hill, Long Itchington


Rural Watch Bulletin - 2 August 2016

Please be aware of the following incidents, which have occurred at farms and rural premises, across Warwickshire, over recent days:

  • Incident 394 of 29 July - Long ItchingtonBetween 9.45am and 8.10pm on 29 July, offenders broke into a caravan, used as a dwelling, at a farm premises in Long Itchington.The offenders entered through a rear window and carried out a very untidy search before making off with watches, bracelets, cash and the keys to a Vauxhall van.  The offenders then used the keys to steal the vehicle.
  • Incident 90 of 2 August - NuneatonDuring the night of 31 July into 1 August, offenders entered a waste recycling premises in Tuttle hill, Nuneaton, unbolted the doors and locking mechanism of a shipping storage container and then stole electrical items from inside.
  • Incident 135 of 1 August - MaxstokeAt some point before 11.30am on 1 August, offenders entered and insecure outbuilding at a farm premises in Maxstoke, Coleshill and stole a black wheelchair.
  • Incident 279 of 1 August - MeridenAt 2am on 29 July, offenders attempted to break into an outbuilding at a rural business premises in Meriden Road, Fillongley by using a jemmy on the door.  This activated the intruder alarm and the offenders very quickly made off.  Nothing was stolen.
  • Incident 80 of 1 August - StocktonBetween 4pm on 29 July and 7am on 1 August, offenders stole a diesel bowser from a secure building site in Rugby Road, Stockton.  The offenders are believed to have accessed the site by travelling over nearby fields.

Please remain alert, on the lookout for suspicious persons, vehicles or activity around your own or neighbouring homes and please report anything of concern, to Police, on 101.

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