Wellesbourne SNT Report 58
This report from the Wellesbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team covers the wards of Snitterfield, Wellesbourne, Kineton and Burton Dassett.
The following is a summary and not a comprehensive list, of significant incidents, for the period between 06.05.16 and 18.05.16. If you have any information, please call 101 and quote the date and incident number if shown:
Hampton Lucy – Church Street
Between 01/05/15 and 06/05/2016 – 303
Padlock to wooded shed cut and 2 mountain bikes and a leaf blower stolen.
Wellesbourne – Ettington Road
14/05/16 – 254
A Yamaha DT Motorcycle E219XUJ which had broken down and been left whilst owner arranged repairs was stolen.
Ashorne – Residential
13/05/2016 – 335
Padlock cut to outbuilding and a petrol mower stolen.
Ashorne – Residential
Two reports of attempted break in to a shed and a garage, but nothing stolen.
Wellesbourne Recycling Centre
11/05/16 – 103
Hole cut in fence and copper wire and brass stolen.
Gaydon – Kineton Road
17/05/16 – 151
Yellow Bomag 138 road roller stolen. It was fitted with a tracker and has been traced.
Knightcote – Farm location
11/05/16 – 082
Fencing cut and a single axle Lunar 5004 caravan stolen, mainly white with a purple stripe.
Scam Telephone Calls
Warwickshire Police are urging people to be vigilant following a series of scam phone calls made to Warwickshire residents.
Several people from the Stratford area and rural villages have reported being called this week Tuesday 10th May to Friday 13th May 2016. On each occasion the scammers purported to be from the police in London, that they were the fraud squad and had arrested a male in an Apple store with stolen credit cards.
Scammers typically target elderly people, and have on a couple of occasions have asked the victims to withdraw money from the bank and hand it over to a courier who had been sent to their address.
Fortunately the majority of the victims have realised this is a scam and have not given of their bank details nor withdrawn money.
Police are issuing the following advice:
Do not give out any personal details over the phone.
The banks and police will never ask you for your PIN or for money
If you receive a call like this, please hang up immediately and call 101 from a different phone. If there is a crime in progress, please call 999.
Please share this message with any elderly friends and relatives.
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C7678 Barry Saunders
Police Support Volunteer
Stratford Police Station
Categories: Neighbourhood / Rural Watch