Theft, Burglary and Criminal Damage this week across Kenilworth

Theft from motor vehicle – Farmer Ward Road, Kenilworth.

Between 6pm on Thursday 27 February 2014 and 11am on Friday 28 February 2014, offender(s) unknown have drilled out the rear lock on a white Peugeot van to be able to open the side door and they have stolen a Makita battery drill, Makita electric drill, Bosch electric drill, Dewalt jigsaw and a Makita heavy duty breaker drill.

This report refers to Incident number 0174 of 28/02/2014

Criminal Damage – Grounds Farm Lane, Kenilworth.

Between 8pm on Friday 28 February 2014 and 8am on Saturday 1 March 2014, offender(s) unknown have smashed the rear window on a secure Mitsubishi L200 that was parked outside The Old Farmhouse, Castle Farm in Grounds Farm Lane, Kenilworth.

This report refers to Incident number 0112 of 01/03/2014

Theft on X18 bus from Kenilworth to Warwick.

Between 11am and 12pm on Friday 28 February 2014, offender(s) unknown have stolen a black Sony Ericson SP phone from a sleeping females bag whilst the victim was travelling on the X18 bus from Kenilworth to Warwick.

This report refers to Incident number 0292 of 01/03/2014

Burglary – Albion Tavern, Albion Street, Kenilworth.

Between 6pm on Sunday 2 March 2014 and 8am on Monday 3 March 2014, offender(s) unknown have stolen 3 mobile phones from the main bar area of the Albion Tavern in Kenilworth. The phones that were stolen were a black Samsung Galaxy, a pay as you go Oyster and a black Sony Xperia.

This report refers to Incident number 0213 of 03/03/2014

Burglary – Albion Street, Kenilworth.

Please be aware that overnight of the Monday 3 March to Tuesday 4 March 2014, offender(s) unknown have gained entry via an internal wall at a property that was being renovated in Albion Street and have stolen a Bosch radio.

This report refers to Incident number 0093 of 04/03/2014

Criminal Damage – Castle Farm Recreation grounds, Fishponds Road, Kenilworth.

Within the last two weeks ago, offender(s) unknown have caused damage to 14 fence panels in the grounds of Castle Farm Recreation grounds. The damage had totalled £1000.

This report refers to Incident number 0106 of 06/03/2014

If you have any information in relation to any of these incidents then please contact Warwickshire Police on 101, quoting the individual incident number. If you wish to remain anonymous you can contact Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111.

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