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Warwickshire Business Watch Bulletin - 11 May 2017

Burglary, Warwickshire

  • Incident number: Various
  • Date: 11/05/2017

Please be aware of the following incidents which have occurred at business premises in Nuneaton and Bedworth over recent days:

Incident 429 of 9 May - Nuneaton:  At around about midnight on 9/10 May, offenders attempted to break into a business premises in Abbey Green, Nuneaton causing damage to the glass in the front door.  The offenders failed to get inside the building and nothing was stolen.

Incident 377 of 8 May - Nuneaton:  At just after 9pm on 8 May, the owner of a business premises in Ptarmigan Place, Attleborough Fields Industrial Estate returned to the premises to collect forgotten items.  He noticed a male, carrying a bat type instrument, outside the building and, thinking that he was trying to break into vehicles, called the Police.  The male, along with another male waiting nearby, made off.

The business owner later discovered a crowbar and screwdriver outside of the premises and that an attempt had been made to removed cladding below a window. The offenders had failed to get inside the building and nothing was stolen.

Incident 218 of 8 May - Exhall:  Between 2.10 and 2.30pm on 8 May, an intruder entered a business premises in Colliery Lane, Exhall, possibly through a side door, and travelled upstairs to the board room.  The offender stole two mobile phones from the board room table before making off. 

The offender is described as a white male, aged between 25 and 30 years wit ha slim build and dark hair.  He wore a tow tone top, black in the centre and white or grey down the arms and a coloured hood.  he has a scraggy goatee beard and was seen running from the building and across a yard.

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