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Alcester Police North SNT. Latest Weekly Report. Sunday 24th March 2019

Incidents of note from the last week:-

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Alcester Police North SNT. Latest Weekly Report. Sunday 24th March 2019

Hello all.

This is our latest weekly report and prompt to see if you have any questions, suggestions or concerns for the Alcester Police North SNT. Thank you to those that have contacted us this week.

The list below is a small percentage of the incidents dealt with on the Alcester North area over the last week.


  • Found Stolen Vehicle. Toms Town Lane, Studley. PCSO's on patrol have found stolen motor vehicle, parked and unattended. Recovered by police. 8pm Friday 22nd March. 0386 22/03/2019

  • Stolen Vehicle. Car Park, High Street, Studley. Cars stolen from car park between 21st & 22nd March. See above. 0189 22/03/2019


  • Suspicious Circumstances. Pound Field, Wootton Wawen. Alarm activation on vehicle. Door found open by owner. Unsure why the alarm was activated. Nothing missing. No offences disclosed. 11.40pm Thursday 21st March. 0430 21/03/2019


  • Theft. Tanworth Lane, Henley. Two Rams stolen from field. One was a Texel and the other a Charolais. Reported morning of Thursday 21st March. 0122 21/03/2019

  • Suspicious Circumstances. Meadow Road / Riverside Gardens. Large White Vauxhall Van seen acting suspiciously in the area. Registration number ending in 'EBD'. Full details passed to police. Occupants of the van looking at houses and driveways etc. 12.20pm Tuesday 19th March. 0149 19/03/2019


  • Suspicious Circumstances. Malthouse Lane, Earlswood. Occupants from two vehicles seen inhaling gas from balloons. Empty gas canisters were also seen on the floor. 1.50pm Wednesday 20th March. 0212 20/03/2019

  • Suspicious Circumstances. Malthouse Lane, Earlswood. White Mercedes seen acting suspiciously in the area. Caller concerned that the occupants were smoking drugs and may be there to steal another car. Part registration number passed to police. No offences disclosed. 6pm Monday 18th March. 0350 18/03/2019


  • Suspicious Circumstances. Blind Lane, Tanworth. Blue VW Passat seen acting suspiciously in the area. Registration number ending in 'HRD'. Full details passed to police. No offences disclosed. 9.30am Wednesday 20th March. 0074 20/03/2019


  • Suspicious Circumstances. Kington Lane. Claverdon. Dark Grey BMW seen parked on private drive. When they noticed they were being watched they drove off at speed. 1.45pm Saturday 23rd March. 0209 23/03/2019

  • Vehicle Crime. St Michaels Road, Claverdon. Window of secure works van smashed and items stolen including Stihl petrol saw, Huskvana saw and ground saw. Between 2pm and 3pm Monday 18th March. 0242 18/03/2019


  • Burglary Residential. Tithe Barn Lane, Hockley Heath. Entry gained to house. Unsure if anything stolen. Between 7th & 18th March. 0131 19/03/2019

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Published 24/03/19