4 Kenilworth homes burgled in 4 Days

Crime continues to take place across Kenilworth with news that 4 homes have been burgled in the past 4 days. Most of the activity seems to have involved searching homes and taking valuable items such as jewellery.

Residents are advised to be vigilant and report anything or anyone acting suspiciously. Kenilworth Watch continues to express concern at the lack of visible policing across the town.

Berekley Road, Kenilworth

At some point before 5pm on 12 April, offenders broke into a home in Berkeley Road, Kenilworth through the rear patio door.  Once inside the house, the offenders carried out a very messy search before making off with numerous items of jewellery.

Villiers Road, Kenilworth

Between 12noon on 13 April and 9am on 14 April, offenders broke into a home in Villiers Road, Kenilworth through the rear kitchen window and carried out a messy search.  Several items were stolen.

Villiers Road, Kenilworth

At some point before 6pm on 14 April, offenders broke into another home in Villiers Road, Kenilworth, again through the rear kitchen window, and carried out a tidy search before making off with items of jewellery.

Villiers Road, Kenilworth

At some point before 8.45pm on 15 April, offenders broke into another home in Villiers Road and stole a box containing 7 watches and several pairs of cufflinks.

If you have any information about any of these incidents please contact Warwickshire Police on 101.

 

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Car Key Burglary Confirmed

KENILWORTH residents are reminded to remain vigilant as news of a ‘car key burglary’ that took place just before 1am on the 27th March 2018 has been confirmed by Warwickshire Police. Offenders smashed a window to enter a home in Warwick Road, Kenilworth.  Once inside the house, the offenders carried out a search  before making off with the keys to a black BMW. The offenders then used the keys to steal the vehicle from outside.

If you saw anything suspicious that might be related to this incident or have any information then please call Warwickshire Police on 101

Power Outages

‪Kenilworth POWER OUTAGE – Western Power Engineers have advised Kenilworth Watch News that they are investigating why power outages  in Kenilworth are happening. They advise there is a fault on the high voltage network affecting 12,000 properties. ‬

Burglary – Queens Road

A burglary has taken place in Queens Road, Kenilworth.

At some point between 3 and 11.30pm on 3 March, offenders broke into a home in Queens Road, Kenilworth through a side kitchen window.

Once inside the house, the offenders stole several items including a laptop computer.

If you think you have seen or heard anything that might be helpful in relation to this incident please contact Warwickshire Police on 101.

Burglars wrench alarm off wall of Kenilworth Home

The force being used by criminals in Kenilworth has continued with two crimes being reported over the weekend in Kenilworth. At one address burglars wrenched a burglar alarm off the wall and despite the alarm continuing to sound entered the property ransacking rooms and taking several items of property.

The other crime involved power tools being stolen from a van. Both these events have heightened concern about burglaries in and around the town. While many residents have taken several steps to deter criminals there is mounting anxiety that a lack of police presence and an associated low likelihhood of being caught is leading to a more brazen attitude amongst offenders.

Leamington Road, Kenilworth

Between 10am and 4.30pm on 17 February, offenders broke into a home in Leamington Road, Kenilworth and activated the intruder alarm. The offenders pulled the alarm off the wall of the house and entered the premises but the alarm continued to sound. Once inside the house, the offenders carried out a very messy search before making off with several items. This is Incident 262 of 17 February 2018

Rouncil  Lane, Kenilworth

During the night of 16 into 17 February, offenders broke into a Citroen van, parked in a layby outside a home in Rouncil Lane, Kenilworth by smashing a small window and forcing open the rear doors. Chain saws, boots and drills were stolen from inside. This is Incident 102 of 17 February 2018

If you have any information about either of these incidents or think you may have seen or heard something please contact Warwickshire Police in 101

Further Burglary at Burton Green, Kenilworth

Residents are reminded that the need for vigilance continues as a further burglary took place on 15 February at a home on Cromwell Lane, Burton Green.

Between 1pm and 6.45pm on 15 February, offenders broke into a home in Cromwell Lane, Burton Green by smashing through rear bi-folding doors.

Once inside the house, the offenders carried out an untidy search of the upstairs before making off empty handed.

 

If you saw anything suspicious or have any information regarding the above please contact Warwickshire Police on 101.

Intruders damage Kenilworth Homes

KENILWORTH householders have been warned that burglars are continuing to prowl around the town looking for opportunities to enter homes, take property and cause significant, and in some cases, wanton damage to property.

The latest two events reinforce the need for continued and heightened vigilance and prompt reporting to the police of anything suspicious.

Red Lane, Burton Green, Kenilworth

At 7.30pm on 9 February 2018, the resident of a home in Red Lane, Burton Green returned home and everything seemed normal. The resident then heard a loud bang and went upstairs to discover that all bedroom drawers and cabinets had been opened and searched and that the window had been smashed.

The resident believes that the loud bang was the offender making their escape. It is not clear exactly what was stolen. This is Incident 361 of 9 February 2018.

Station Road, Kenilworth

Between 1pm on 6 February and 1.30pm on 11 February 2018 offenders smashed the rear door of a home in Station Road, Kenilworth and entered the property. Once inside, the offenders carried out a search but it is not known exactly what was stolen. This is Incident 191 of 11 February 2018.

If you have any information about either of these crimes please contact Warwickshire Police on 101.