Neighbourhood / Rural Watch

Neighbourhood / Rural Watch Team Report 37 – 25.09.15

Wellesbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team Report 37 – 25.09.15


This report from the Wellesbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team covers the wards of Snitterfield, Wellesbourne, Kineton and Burton Dassett.


The following incidents, for the period between 17.09.15 – 25.09.15 have been reported and the team are appealing for witnesses:


Wellesbourne Ward


Morton Morrell – Moreton Paddox

Theft – 25.09.15/040

Caravan – Swift Fairway 586, stolen overnight


Wellesbourne – Chapel Street

Theft – 23.09.15/284

Grey wheelie bin stolen from front garden between 16.09.15 – 19.09.15


Ashorne – Newbold Road

Theft – 22.09.15/090

Two combo horse rugs removed horses overnighting in open field


Wellesbourne – Waterloo Close



Graffiti damage to 2 fence panels


Wellesbourne – Constance Harris Close

Damage – 21.09.15/221

Newly installed climbing frame’s foundation disrupted by person/s jumping on the equipment. The workers’ toilet has been tipped over. On other nights the security fencing has been climbed and items on the site moved. Unfortunately, CCTV footage is obscured by over growing trees.


Wellesbourne – Walton Way

Damage – 21.09.15/214

Graffiti damage to fencing, overnight Saturday/Sunday


Warwickshire College

Burglary – 21.09.15/089

A shed was broken into, a gazebo and a brand new folding table were stolen.


Wellesbourne – Cranwell Drive

Suspicious circumstances – 18.09.15/190

White chalk marking – horizontal line, on wall next to front door


Kineton Ward


Lighthorne – Mountford Rise

Suspicious circumstances – 23.09.15/316

Two males, eastern European appearance, approx. 5’8”, jeans and blue tops, reported to have jumped into back garden but left when occupant shouted at them. A third party reports that they left in a blue Jaguar.






The team would like to express their appreciation for your reports of suspicious activities in the neighbourhood. If you wish to report anything, such as rogue traders, please telephone 101 to ensure that the incident is logged.


The SNT telephone or email box is not monitored 24/7 and therefore there may be a delay in the response or alert.


If you have any general concerns, questions or suggestions for the Wellesbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team please call this number: 01789 444600, or email: