Neighbourhood / Rural Watch

Neighbourhood / Rural Watch Report No. 69

Wellesbourne SNT Newsletter Date: February 2017 No: 69

Recent incidents across the Snitterfield,

Wellesbourne, Kineton and Burton Dassett area

Incident 61 14/02/17

Loxley Road, Wellesbourne

Between approximately 1630 13/02/17 and 0730 14/02/17 a wire fence was cut to access a compound; vehicle batteries stolen from 2 lorries and 50 litres of diesel stolen from a lorry

Incident 310 15/02/17 B4451,

Gaydon – Fatal collision – Please see this link for details –

https://www.warwickshire.police.uk/article/29312/Policeinvestigate-fatal-collision-Gaydon

Incident 276 16/02/17

Spitfire housing development, Gaydon Between approximately 1645 15/02/17 – 1600 16/02/17 a

recently completed house was entered by smashing a rear patio door, kitchen appliances and furniture were stolen

Incident 50 20/02/17

Hopkins Way, Wellesbourne

At approximately 0700 20/02/17 a large white van with ‘Mercedes’ painted in large letters across the top of the back doors was in the area, a male from the van approached a driveway interested in some car batteries until he was disturbed by the householders & left

Incident 62 22/02/17

Loxley Road, Wellesbourne

Between approximately 1630 21/02/17 and 0700 22/02/17 a compound was entered and vehicle batteries stolen from 2 lorries

Incident 276 23/02/17

Warmington

Between approximately 1300 22/02/17 and 1230 23/02/17 a

caravan storage facility was entered by cutting metal fencing. Two caravans were stolen and contents of a further caravan including interior seating, soft furnishings and roof light window were also stolen

Wellesbourne SNT Team

PC 892

Catherine Morgan

PCSO 6290

Charlotte Pereira

PCSO 6118

Sarah Bailey

In this newsletter we’ve got part 1 of a message from our team Inspector, Inspector Brealey –

‘Currently Wellesbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team comprises PC Catherine Morgan, PCSO Charlotte Pereria and PCSO Sarah Bailey. This team work between 0800hours and midnight, they are responsible for delivering community policing and can be contacted via the team e mail which is

wellesbourne.snt@warwickshire.pnn. police.uk or by dialling 101. Follow Catherine and her colleagues on Twitter @wellesbourncops

Catherine and her team are supported by response officers who work all day and all night. These

officers will respond to your 999 calls and will attend emergency situations. Additionally there are officers who specialise in fast roads, collisions and armed response, serious criminal offences who will attend specific situations as directed by the control room.’ We will continue with part 2 of

Inspector Brealey’s article next time…

Follow us on Twitter @WellesbournCops

Website : https://www.warwickshire.police.uk/wells

If you have information regarding these, or any other

crime, please call Warwickshire Police on 101.

We have begun distributing these yellow signs to farmers; please remember to keep your dog on a lead around livestock.

The next Community Forum is this week on Thursday 2nd March 1830 onwards at Newbold Pacey and Ashorne village hall; we look forward to seeing you there! http://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/wellesbourneki

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