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Alcester Police North SNT. Latest Weekly Report. Sunday 5th May 2019

Incidents of public interest from the last week:-

Alcester Police North SNT. Latest Weekly Report. Sunday 5th May 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 the Team this week.

Incidents of public interest from the past week:-


  • *Burglary Business. Wike Lane, Sambourne. Barn broken into and items stolen including 2 chainsaws, 2 strimmers, drills and grinders. Overnight 1st & 2nd May. 0084 02/05/2019


  • *Suspicious Circumstances. Alcester Road, Studley. Caller reporting three males acting suspiciously in the area. The first male was wearing a white hoodie and appeared to be looking at a house and the vehicle on the drive. This man met up with two others and walked off towards the village centre. No offences disclosed at the time. 11.10am Saturday 4th May. 0143 04/05/2019

  • *Suspicious Circumstances. New Road, Studley. Several youngsters seen gaining access to derelict factory building. Damage caused to doors and windows over the last few weeks. 5.50pm Friday 3rd May. 0308 03/05/2019

  • *Suspicious Circumstances. Icknield Street Drive / Abbeyfields Drive. The occupants of a Black Mazda car were seen to shout abuse at a female pedestrian, telling her to get into the car. The occupants were four white males in their late teens. 6pm Thursday 2nd May. 0397 02/05/2019

  • *Vehicle Crime. The Grove, Studley. Secure works van broken into and items stolen including radio, welder and planer. Reported at 7.30pm Thursday 2nd May. 0382 02/05/2019

  • *Vehicle Crime. Alcester Road, Studley. Secure works van parked on drive broken into and various power tools stolen. Overnight 1st & 2nd May. 0049 02/05/2019

  • *Vehicle Crime. The Grove, Studley. Front and rear number plates stolen from vehicle. Overnight 1st & 2nd May. 0048 02/05/2019

  • *Theft. Allendale Court, Studley. Black Carrera Mountain bike stolen from rear garden. Offender(s) have removed its cover in order to steal it. Between 3pm and 4.45pm Tuesday 30th April. 0275 30/04/2019


  • *Burglary Business. Henley Road, Mappleborough Green. Offender(s) have gained entry to building and have stolen a Charity Box. Overnight 1st & 2nd May. 0058 02/05/2019


  • *Suspicious Circumstances. A3400 layby at Bearley. Caller reporting two vans and a car parked at the location and they seemed to be moving a number of Gas Bottles from one vehicle to the other. No offences disclosed at the time. 12.30pm Saturday 4th May. 0176 04/05/2019

  • *Vehicle Seizure. Snitterfield Road, Bearley. Vehicle stopped by police patrol and seized for No Insurance. 2pm Friday 3rd May. 0183 03/05/2019


  • *Vehicle Crime. Mayswood Road, Wootton Wawen. Offender(s) have broken into a secure works van. Various tools have then been stolen. Overnight 29th & 30th April. 0061 30/04/2019


  • *Vehicle Crime. Birmingham Road, Henley. Window of van smashed, probably with the intention of stealing items from inside. A Black BMW was seen parked nearby and may have contained the offenders. Between 4.40pm and 5.40pm. Sunday 28th April. 0272 28/04/2019


  • *Suspicious Circumstances. Bates Lane, Tanworth. Caller reporting a Black Audi A3 acting suspiciously in the area. The driver was an Asian male wearing a cap. The last three letters of the registration number was 'BRV'. No offences disclosed. 7.40pm Thursday 2nd May. 0389 02/05/2019

  • *Suspicious Circumstances. Vicarage Hill, Tanworth. Report of Black BMW acting suspiciously in the area. The last three letters of the registration were 'KMX'. Full details passed to police. No offences disclosed at the time. 2pm Tuesday 30th April. 0258 30/04/2019


  • *Vehicle Crime. Malthouse Lane, Earlswood. Works van entered and various items stolen including 3 chainsaws and 1 blower. The offenders pulled up in a dark coloured small car and covered their faces while stealing the items from the van. Reported at 4.55pm Thursday 2nd May. 0305 02/05/2019


  • *Suspicious Circumstances. Langley Road, Claverdon. Two males seen acting suspiciously in the area. Both seen to go into private gardens then walk off. First male had a beard and was wearing a short grey coat. The second male had light coloured hair and beard and was wearing a blue coat with a red stripe. No offences disclosed at the time. 12.45pm Thursday 2nd May. 0179 02/05/2019


  • *Vehicle Crime. Car Park, Stratford Road, Hockley Heath. Front and rear number plates stolen from vehicle. Reported at 5.25pm Tuesday 30th April. 0295 30/04/2019

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Published 05/05/19