Lull ends with spate of more Criminal Activity

Residents of Kenilworth are warned to be on their guard and take all sensible steps to protect their homes and vehicles after a spate of incidents across the town in the past few days. After a fairly quiet period since mid April a number of residents have suffered and become the victims of crime.

Mountbatten Drive, Kenilworth

At some point before 12.50pm on 11 June, offenders entered a home in Mountbatten Avenue, Kenilworth and carried out a search before making off with several items.

This report refers to Incident number 0180 of 11 June 2014.

 

Walkers Way, Kenilworth

Between midnight and 6.30am on 14 June, offenders entered a vehicle parked outside a home in Walkers Way and stole a satnav from inside.

This report refers to Incident number 0088 of 14 June 2014.

 

Latimer Close, Kenilworth

Between 2.30am and 3am on 14 June, offenders entered an insecure vehicle parked outside a home in Latimer Close, Kenilworth and searched the glovebox. Nothing was stolen. However, two other vehicles belonging to neighbours were also entered.

This report refers to Incident number 0100 of 14 June 2014.

 

Beauchamp Road, Kenilworth

During the night of 13 into 14 June, offenders entered a vehicle parked outside a home in Beauchamp Road, Kenilworth through the passenger door and stole an IPod.

This report refers to Incident number 0135 of 14 June 2014.

 

Dudley Road, Kenilworth

During the night of 13 into 14 June 2014 offenders entered a vehicle parked outside a home in Dudley Road. Nothing is believed to have been stolen.

This report refers to Incident number 0163 of 14 June 2014.

Rouncil Lane, Kenilworth

Between 8.30 and 9pm on 15 June, offenders entered the boot of a vehicle parked in a layby in Rouncil Lane and stole a black and white suitcase containing clothing and a brown and beige leather handbag.

This report refers to Incident number 0357 of 15 June 2014.

Please remain alert, on the lookout for suspicious persons, vehicles or activity around your own or neighbouring homes and please report anything unusual, or of concern, to Police on 101. In the event of a crime taking place or where there is a imminent danger to life or property please dial 999.

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