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Alcester Police South SNT. Latest update. Sunday 16th July 2017

Incidents of note from the last week.


Alcester Police South SNT. Latest Update. Sunday 16th July 2017

Hello all.

This is our latest prompt and update to see if you have any questions, suggestions or concerns for the Alcester Police South Safer Neighbourhood Team. Thank you to those that have contacted us this week.

Incidents of note:-


· *Vehicle Crime - Theft from. Fairwater Crescent, Alcester. Secure Vauxhall Astra Van broken into and two Dewalt drill sets stolen. Offenders have smashed a rear window to gain access. Vehicle was parked on driveway to house. Between 8pm 12th and 7.30am 13th July. 0226 Thursday 13th July.

· *Anti-Social Behaviour. Alcester town area. Two Scooters and one pit bike riding around Alcester, generally being a nuisance and riding dangerously. 3pm Wednesday 12th July. 0227 12/07/2017

· *Theft. Store, Moorfields Road, Alcester. Female had entered the store and picked up several items which she has carried in her arms. She has then left the store without offering payment. Described as a white female, dyed blonde hair which was tied up, wearing a black and white t-shirt, black trousers and black shoes. 9.50am Wednesday 12th July. 0126 12/07/2017

· *Arrest. High Street, Alcester. Caller reporting suspicious male in the High Street. Stopped checked by member of the Alcester SNT and Patrol Officers. Male was found to be wanted by West Midlands Police for drug offences so was arrested. He was also found to be in possession of a kitchen knife. 10.50am Wednesday 12th July. 0098 12/07/2017.  (Please see incident 0061 11/07/2017 below)

· *Suspicious Circumstances. St Faiths Road, Alcester. Woman walking dog approached by a male asking about the dog and other personal details. Male walked with the woman for a bit. Male described as Black, just under six foot, wearing grey joggers and a black top. No offences disclosed. Further enquiries being made by the team. 8am Tuesday 11th July. 0061 11/07/2017

· *Suspicious Circumstances. Winchcombe Road, Alcester. Male seen trying to open boot of car. Male described as a white male, late 50's, hair was sandy coloured and in a 'Trump' style, wearing grey joggers and a blue and green fleece jacket. No offences disclosed. 7.20am Monday 10th July.


· *Theft. Mill Lane, Oversley Green. Theft of wheelie bin. Early morning of Wednesday 12th July. 0268 14/07/2017


· *Vehicle Crime - Henley Road, Great Alne. Window smashed in Volvo V40 and items stolen from inside including a Gym bag and clothes. Car alarm activated around 4.45am Thursday 13th July. 0033 13/07/2017

· *Burglary Residential. Spernal Lane, Great Alne. Entry gained to house through rear glass upvc door. Offender(s) have made an untidy search of the house, stealing a small amount of money. A passport was also stolen but this was found further on down the Lane by a passer-by. Between 7am and 9pm Monday 10th July. 0474 10/07/2017


· *Burglary Business. Tack shed near to The Fish Inn, Wixford. Shed entered and five collars and four bridles stolen. Between 10.45pm 14th & 9.30am 15th July. 0179 15/07/2017


· *Suspicious Circumstances / Abandoned vehicle. Honeybourne Road, Bidford. Blue PGO moped seen abandoned in a ditch near to the recreational ground and bridge. Last three letters of registration number was 'VOP'. Full details passed to police. Area searched by police but moped not found. Enquiries revealed that the moped had been ridden off by three males prior to police arrival. 6.15pm Sunday 9th July. 0345 09/07/2017


· *Vehicle Crime - Theft from. Mill Lane, Broom. Window on Ford Kuga smashed and entry gained to inside. Holdall stolen from seat. Between 11pm 12th and 7.30am 13th July. 0054 13/07/2017

· *Vehicle Crime - Theft from. High Street, Broom. Window on Mini smashed and entry gained. Bag stolen from inside. Car alarm activated at approx. 4.10am. A car was seen to speed off from the location. Thursday 13th July. 0031 13/07/2017


· *Vehicle Crime - Theft from. Car park of Travel Lodge. Ford Transit entered by unknown means and various power tools stolen. Value approx. £2300. Between 10.30pm 13th & 5am 14th July. 0299 15/07/2017


· *Theft. Binton village. Dismantled trampoline stolen from front garden of house. Between 9am and 111.30am Friday 14th July. 0277 14/07/2017

· *Vehicle Crime - Theft of. Welford Road, Binton. Vauxhall Vivaro van stolen with keys. Van was full of work tools etc. 4.15pm Tuesday 11th July. 0229 11/07/2017  (Vehicle was later spotted in Studley by a member of the Alcester North SNT. Vehicle was showing false plates. Some tools were recovered at the scene but the vehicle made off towards Mappleborough Green. Enquiries ongoing)


· *Vehicle Crime - Theft From. Exhall Road, Ardens Grafton. Offender(s) have cut a hole in the side sliding door of a Vauxhall Vivaro works van and have gained entry. Petrol blower and Strimmer has then been stolen. Between 2.50pm and 3.15pm Monday 10th July. 0261 10/07/2017


· *Suspicious Circumstances. Farmers Lane, Area opposite Welford Hill Cottages, Welford. Silver Mitsubishi L200 pick up seen parked up on lane. Voices also heard from wooded area. Details of vehicle passed to police. No offences disclosed. 11.15pm Monday 10th July. 0525 10/07/2017

· *Theft. Church Street, Welford. Theft of green wheelie bin. Morning of Monday 10th July. Crime No:  23S6/28133D/17


· *Theft. Bishopton Recycling Centre. Male and female have got into the secure compound and have then stolen several batteries and other metal items, including a Brass Eagle. The couple have used a wheelie bin and builders bag to remove the items. Between 4.50am and 5.10am Saturday 15th July. 0121 15/07/2017


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Youth Academy - Warwickshire Police are hosting the Warwickshire Police Youth Academy for Warwickshire school pupils aged between 14 and 16 years old (years 9-11). Following on from the success of last year's Academy, this year's Youth Academy attendees will once again have a rare and exciting chance to meet many members of Warwickshire Police Force and get a chance to talk to us about how we Police and why we do what we do. Attendees will be able to experience a series of displays and demonstrations from different departments in Warwickshire Police, this will include a Police dog display, Drone flight and demonstration, Police helicopter landing and take-off, firearms officer weapons display, Traffic and Roads Policing Unit alongside Patrol Officers, Safer Neighbourhood Police Officers. (subjected to availability and weather) In addition to our Police displays and demonstrations, attendees will take part in a series of thought provoking, challenging and engaging workshops. We aim to run inputs on Cyber Crime, Child Sexual Exploitation, Social Media and discussions on Choice and Consequence. These workshops will increase attendees knowledge and understanding equipping them with new skills and increased confidence so that they can thrive in the modern world in person and online. The event will be held across the weekend of the 14th and 15th October 2017, will be held at the Ministry of Justice Staff College in Newbold Revel, near Rugby North Warwickshire, CV23 0TH. Attendees will be required to attend between 9.30am and 4.30pm both days. There is no charge for the Academy. At this moment in time we cannot confirm transport being available, the logistics of providing transport is being looked at and may become available closer to the event from selected locations. Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment. For more information please email us at the following address -

Theft of Wheelie Bins - We still have reports of wheelie bins being stolen from around the area. Bins can be marked with your postcode and house number, and this will help in its return if found by neighbours or police etc. As long as the colour and refuse type of the bin is obvious to the collectors then markings will help and deter thefts.


Published 16/07/17