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Three vehicles broken into in pub car parks

On the evening of Friday 14/12/2018 unknown offender/s have broken into a vehicle in a car park in Wootton Wawen and stolen items from within. Offender/s have then driven to a car park in Preston Bagot and attacked a further two vehicles taking items from within. Anyone seeing anything suspicious or capturing evidence on their dash cam please contact 101 quoting incident numbers 459 & 426 14/12/2018. Thank you.

Information on Various Incidents – Hagley & Rubery, Safer Neighbourhood Team

Incident number 0207s 071218
THEFT & CRIMINAL DAMAGE – HOLYWELL PRIMARY SCHOOL, SCHOOL ROAD, RUBERY
Theft of lead from school roof between 6.30pm Thursday 6th December and Friday 7th December.

Incident number 0189s 081218
BURGLARY – PARSONAGE DRIVE, REDNAL
In the early hours of Saturday 8th December between midnight and 6am house burgled via back door.

Incident number 0188s 081218
BURGLARY – RUBERY SOCIAL CLUB, NEW ROAD, RUBERY
Overnight burglary on Saturday 8th December. Fruit machines targeted

Incident number 0235s 081218
CRIMINAL DAMAGE – VILLAGE HALL, BARNT GREEN ROAD, REDNAL
Between Saturday 8th December and Sunday 9th December car park barrier damaged

Incident number 0379s 091218
BURGLARY – ROMSLEY SCOUT CENTRE, KENELM ROAD, ROMSLEY
Between 3pm Saturday 8th December and 10am Sunday 9th December premises burgled damages to doors and item stolen

Attempted Break In, Attleborough Fields, Nuneaton

Over the weekend between 17:00 07/12/2018 – 07:00 10/12/2018 offender(s) have attempted to break into business premises in Greenwood Court, Attleborough Fields, Nuneaton. Access to the grounds was gained via climbing over the fence. Once inside the grounds several different attempts were made to get into the building. No entry was gained.

If you have any information in connection with this incident, please contact Police on 101, quoting incident number 0105.

 

Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Mr. Philip Seccombe, is meeting the members of the business community for consultation on his budget setting for 2019/20.

Businesses across Warwickshire are encouraged to get involved with the event and take advantage of the opportunity to have a say on how they would like to see resources prioritised. The views on how money is spent will help to shape the budget for the coming year.

The meeting will take place on Thursday 10th January 2019 at 14:00 in the Conference Room at Northgate House Conference Centre, Warwick. To view a map of the location click here (Location 6).

Please contact Katie Baker to confirm your attendance at the email address below:
katie.baker@warwickshire.pnn.police.uk

See you there!

Burglary, Shipston on Stour

On 12/12/2018 at approx. 04.14hrs The Co-operative Food Store, High Street, Shipston-on-Stour. The front window and sliding door was put through and offender(s) attempted to steal from the cigarette cage.

If you were a witness and can help Police with their enquiries please call 101 quote incident WK-20181212-0036.

Business Crime – updates

Businesses across all sectors are urged to take extra care when dealing with card payments and security of receipts, especially during the festive season.

  • Be aware of customers being left unattended with card machines as some offenders may tamper with the device or steal it.
  • Watch out for distraction events. Small teams may enter with a view to engage and/or distract staff whilst others steal items, products or receipts over the counter.
  • Receipts should be kept out of the reach and card machines should not be left unattended.
  • Get involved in ‘Shop Watch Schemes’. These schemes are an excellent way to disseminate information quickly following suspicious incidents.
  • Report all suspicious instances immediately. Write down details of incidents, descriptions of persons and registration numbers of vehicles rather than rely on memory.
  • Do not keep large amounts of money neither on your premises or at home. Change your routines when dealing with cash in transit. Vary times and routes.