Neighbourhood / Rural Watch

Neighbourhood / Rural Watch Team Report 49 – 13/02/2016

Wellesbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team Report 49 – 13.02.16

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 30.01.16 and 13.02.16 have been reported and the team are appealing for witnesses:

Wellesbourne Area

Wellesbourne – Willow Drive

Vehicle crime – 12/02/16 – 123

Catalytic convertor stolen from Mercedes van, parked overnight on drive

Wellesbourne – Frost Road

Vehicle Crime – 12/02/16 – 104

Diesel particle filter stolen from Merceded van whilst parked on drive

Wellesbourne – Bristol Way

Suspicious circumstances – 30/01/16 – 232

Report of a male wanting to Tarmac drive and who became abusive when occupant was not interested. He also sounded the door bell continuously. Occupant had secured the security door chain  before opening the door.

Burton Dassett Area

Shotteswell

Suspicious Circumstances

Report of a grey Fiat car with 4 adult males in it which stopped outside informant’s house and when assistance was offered they said they were delivering charity bags. The vehicle continued to drive around the area and then picked up a fifth male. No charity bags were delivered to the informants’ area of the village.

Hide your ladders ….

We have had a small series of burglaries of houses across the Stratford District where ladders found at the properties have been used to access first floor windows. It is also thought that the thieves have used this method to avoid activating alarms on the ground floor, as there have been a few offences in the past month where only the first floor has been searched. Please ensure that any ladders are secured or put out of site.

C7678 Barry Saunders

Police Support Volunteer

Stratford Police Station

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