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Warwickshire Rural Watch Bulletin - 26 April 2019

Other crime, Warwickshire

  • Incident number: Various
  • Date: 26/04/2019
  • Sender: 5514
  • Business area name: Citizens in Policing

Please be aware of the following incidents, which have occurred at farms and rural businesses, across Warwickshire, over recent days:

Incident 90 of 26 April -  Winderton, Banbury:  At some point during the night of 25 into 26 April, offenders entered the yard of a farm premises in Winderton, Banbury, and stole a sat nav from a tractor along with a dome from the tractors roof and two screens from the cab.

Incident 309 of 24 April - Southam:  At some point before 4.30pm on 24 April, offenders stole a Mitsubishi vehicle with a registration ending in ULK, from the yard of a farm premises in Station Road, Southam.  The owner of the vehicle is still in possession of the vehicle keys.

Incident 252 of 25 April - Stockton:  During the night of 24 into 25 April, offenders entered the yard of a farm premises in Stockton and stole a caravan.  The offenders cut the lock off the farm gates to access the caravan.

Incident 292 of 24 April - Bedworth:  At some point between 1800hrs 22/04/2019 and 1600hrs 24/04/2019 offender(s) entered a marquee in the grounds of a farm premises in Bedworth Road, Bulkington and stole a quantity of saddlery.

Incident 440 of 24 April - Wolvey:  Between 10/09/2018 and 03/04/2019, 31 welsh mountain sheep have been stolen from a field at a farm premises in Wolvey.  The sheep were kept in the field for the winter and as they were moved back to Wales, it was discovered that 31 of them were missing.