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Alcester Police South SNT. Latest Weekly Report. Sunday 14th April 2019

Incidents of note from the last week:-

Alcester Police South SNT. Latest Weekly Report. Sunday 14th April 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 South SNT. Thank you to those that have contacted us this week.

Incidents of note from the last week:-

ALCESTER

  • *Theft. Shop, Kinwarton Road, Alcester. Offender has entered the shop and removed several Charity boxes. These were secured by chains which were snapped as the boxes were pulled away. Offender described as a male, slim build, wearing a dark coloured coat with a hoodie underneath, hood was up over a hat, dark coloured cargo trousers, black trainers, gloves, backpack and something covering his face. The offender ran from the shop towards the area between the precinct and St Faiths Road. 10.20pm 0442 11/04/2019

  • *Anti-Social Behaviour. Hertford Road / Meadow Road, Alcester. Report of two motorcycles and four people riding in the area, not stopping at junctions. Caller concerned that they may be involved in an accident. On-going problem. 9.45pm Thursday 11th April. 0428 11/04/2019

  • *Burglary. Communal area of complex, Kinwarton Road, Alcester. Offender(s) have pried open a window and has gained entry to building. Once inside they have stolen biscuits, a clock, dvd's and videos. Found on the morning of Monday 8th April. 0098 08/04/2019

  • *Burglary. Meadow View Close, Alcester. Two males wearing hoodies have pulled open a window at the complex and have gained entry to the office area. They have an untidy search of the office. 2.55am Monday 8th April. 0032 08/04/2019

WEETHLEY

  • *Burglary Business. Evesham Road, Weethley. Offenders have forced open gates to secure compound. They have then forced their way into a secure brick building, stealing a trailer with a Green Kawasaki Quad Bike on it. Overnight 10th & 11th April. 0088 11/07/2019

COOKHILL

  • *Vehicle Crime. Arrow Lane, Cookhill. Window smashed on car and handbag stolen from inside. An iPhone from the handbag was then stolen. Handbag found nearby. Between 1.45pm and 2.45pm Sunday 7th April. 0218 07/04/2019

BIDFORD

  • *Vehicle Crime. Icknield Street, Bidford. Front and rear number plates stolen from car. Overnight 13th & 14th April. 0112 14/04/2019

  • *Suspicious Circumstances. The Meadows, Bidford. Two males seen looking at properties in the area. Caller concerned that they were up to no good. Both described as males, dark hair, mid 20's, one was wearing a fleece jacket with writing on it, the other was wearing an orange fluorescent jacket and trousers. 10.45am Tuesday 9th April. 0104 09/04/2019

  • *Burglary Business. Wixford Road, Bidford. Offenders have forced open secure gates to compound and then have forced open secure barn door. This has activated the alarm and it is thought the offenders made off at this point without stealing anything. Between 7th & 8th April. 0227 08/04/2019

PITCHILL

  • *Burglary Business. Pitchill. Parrots stolen from aviary. Offenders left the scene in a Silver Vauxhall. 2.15am Friday 12th April. 0015 12/04/2019

BINTON

  • *Damage. Binton. Electric gates to land forced open and damaged. Overnight 7th & 8th April. 0129 08/04/2019

WILMCOTE

  • *Vehicle Crime. The Green, Wilmcote. Offender(s) have made holes in the doors on a works van, forcing the opening mechanism. Various tools have then been stolen from inside. Overnight 9th & 10th April. 0103 10/04/2019

  • *Vehicle Crime. The Green, Wilmcote. Side window of works van smashed. Entry not gained. Nothing stolen. Overnight 9th & 10th April. 0062 10/04/2019

TEMPLE GRAFTON

  • *Suspicious Circumstances. Croft Lane, Temple Grafton. Three people seen approaching property from the side and rear. They looked around trying the doors etc. No entry was gained. Nothing stolen. 2.40am Friday 12th April. 0080 12/04/2019

Crime Trend to be aware of - In the past we have had distraction type thefts take place in car parks, especially near to shops. The distraction is normally carried out by two people - the first offender distracts the driver by producing a map while asking for directions. The second offender then reaches into the car and steals valuables, usually a handbag or wallet. The Bank cards taken are then quickly used at cashpoints etc to get cash. If the person being distracted has just come out of a shop having used the cards, the PIN number has probably already been noted by the offenders who will stand watching the card readers. This type of crime has recently occurred just out of the Alcester areas, but it is worth bearing in mind in case the offenders travel onto the Alcester patch.

Schools Out - The Schools are now on a two week break. Unfortunately in the past we have had burglary and damage type offences occur at our schools while they are on 'holiday'. If you see any suspicious activity on or near to school premises, please call the police on 101 to report. In an emergency, please use 999. Sometimes the 101 system is busy, but please stay on the line and your call will be answered.

 

Published 14/04/19