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Neighbourhood / Rural Watch Team Report 51 – 08.03.16

Wellesbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team Report 51 – 08.03.16

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 26.02.16 and 08.03.16 have been reported. If you have any information, please call 101 and quote the date and incident number:

Snitterfield area:

Snitterfield – The Green

Vehicle Crime – Between 1720  05/03/16 and 1230 06/03/16 – 180

Theft of front and rear number plates

Wellesbourne Area:

Wellesbourne – Bristol Way

Theft – 29/02/16 – 230

Green wheelie bin taken from front of property. Collection service confirmed bin was not in wagon.

Moreton Morrel area – Lighthorne Rough

Suspicious circumstances – 07/03/16

Report of deer poaching

Kineton Area

Kineton – St Peter’s Road

Vehicle crime – 08/03/16 – 137

2 vehicles, one had its rear number plate broken in half and another had its number plate stolen.

Lighthorne – Bishop’s Hill

Theft – Between 1500 02/03/16 –  0800 03/03/16 – 068

Bailey Pegasus GT65 caravan stolen – white with blue flashes

Kineton – Manor Lane

Theft – 01/03/16 – 038

Pick-up truck, red/silver, stolen during the night VRN: Y796CNP

Kineton – Manor Lane

27/02/16 – 149

Vehicle crime

Passenger door lock broken off a red/silver Mitsubishi, nothing stolen.

Temple Herdewyke – Astley Walk

Vehicle crime – 04/03/16 – 054

Ford Mondeo, driver’s window smashed. Nothing taken.

Temple Herdewyke – Stuart Gardens

Vehicle crime – 27/02/16 – 063

Ford Focus, black VRN FP08YVF, stolen overnight.

Citizens’ Academy

The South Warwickshire Citizens’ Academy is an exciting opportunity to understand and experience how Warwickshire Police protect local people from harm and improve residents’ quality of life. Please see the attached document.

Wellesbourne/Kineton Community Forum

We have been informed by WCC that due to no business being raised for discussion at the next meeting of Community Forum, planned for Thursday10th March at Compton Verney, it has been agreed that the meeting should be cancelled.

The next meeting is scheduled to take place in June (date and venue to be agreed) and one item already on the agenda is Wellesbourne Medical Centre where we hope to have a representative from South Warwickshire Clinical Commissioning Group to answer questions about the proposal.

However, please register your vote for the SNT’s proposed priorities, and indicate your choice before Wednesday 9 March when the poll closes.

You can vote here (Wellesbourne SNT Website)

C7678 Barry Saunders

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