Monday, 5 December 2016

@SOU - November update from Southam SNT

Crime Updates


Southam Ward
Incident 287 of 04/11/2016

Ascote Way, Southam – Damage. Overnight on 03/11 to 04/11 the rear window of a red VW Golf was smashed.

Incident 100 of 15/11/2016

Grange Hall, Southam – Damage. Between 16:00 and 17:00 hours the male toilets were entered damaged whilst the facility was being used by a community group.

Long Itchington Ward
Incident 242 of 17/11/2016

Church Road, Long Itchington – Burglary (other). Between 10:30 and 13:30 hours a green Kawasaki quad bike was stolen from a garage at this location.
Napton Ward
Incident 84 of 09/11/2016

Napton Road, Stockton – Burglary (other). Overnight on 08/11 to 09/11 farm building entered with 4 chainsaws, Makita Quick Cut, Disc cutter and petrol hedge trimmer stolen.

Incident 129 of 11/11/2016

George Street, Stockton – Attempt burglary (other). Overnight on 10/11 to 11/11 an attempt was made to force the door on a garage at the location. No entry gained.
Incident 383 of 14/11/2016

The Square, Stockton – Theft from motor vehicle. Between 0830 hours on 13/11 and 1930 hours on 14/11 a white BMW was entered and a handbag was stolen.
Incident 170 of 18/11/2016

Howcombe Lane, Napton – Theft of motor vehicle. At approximately 1300 hours a yellow CCM motorcycle was stolen from a driveway at this location.
Fenny Compton Ward
Incident 82 of 01/11/2016

Shuckburgh Road, Priors Marston – Theft from motor vehicle. Overnight on 31/10 and 01/11 entry forced to a motor vehicle and an Apple Ipod stolen.

Incident 101 of 08/11/2016

Hill Close, Farnborough – Theft. Green wheelie bin stolen during the daytime on 02/11.
Harbury Ward
Incident 264 of 09/11/2016

Bush Heath Lane, Harbury – Theft. Green wheelie bin stolen during the daytime.

Incident 112 of 15/11/2016

St. Michaels Close, Bishops Itchington – Black wheelie bin stolen during daytime.

Incident 281 of 27/11/2016

Heber Drive, Harbury – Between 13:30 and 16:15 an attempt has been made to gain entry to a property at the location. Home owner returned to find tool marks on door. No entry gained.

Incident 256 of 28/11/2016

Huckson Road, Bishops Itchington – Theft of number plates. Between 0930 and 1030 hours number plates removed from a vehicle at the location.
If you have any information regarding any of these incidents, please call 101 quoting the incident number and date.

Nothing is more worrying or distressing than when a loved one or friend goes missing or doesn’t return home when expected.

For people living with or caring for an adult with care and support needs, this may be quite common. 

The Herbert Protocol is a national scheme adopted by Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police and other police services across the country.  

It encourages carers, families, friends or neighbours, to hold information about the person with dementia that can help the police find them if they do go missing.
The information will help the police and other agencies locate the missing person as quickly as possible and return them to safety.

If you would like further information regarding The Herbert Protocol then please contact the team -


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