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Alcester Police South SNT. Latest Weekly Report. Sunday 4th August 2019

Incidents of a public interest from the last week:-

Alcester Police South SNT. Latest Weekly Report. Sunday 4th August 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 a public interest from the last week:-

ALCESTER

  • *Suspicious Circumstances. Bleachfield Street, Alcester. Woman seen hanging around the cashpoint area of the street. A man in a Silver car was also seen nearby. Woman described as being "Eastern European", 20's, medium build, wearing a blue baseball cap and a black & white woolly cardigan. Vehicle and woman had left prior to police arrival. Area search - no trace. No offences disclosed at the time. 8.45am Saturday 3rd August. 0097 03/08/2019

  • *Gunnings Road, Alcester. Three cars and approx. 10 people in the car park causing a noise nuisance. One of the group had a bright green laser that they were pointing at passing pedestrians and cars. 11.30pm Friday 2nd August. 0516 02/08/2019

  • *Suspicious Circumstances. Bleachfield Street, Alcester. Woman seen hanging around in the street. A silver car was seen parked nearby. Woman described as "Eastern European", aged between 28 and 35 years, 5' 7", brown hair, wearing a black cap, black puffa coat and black leggings. Area search - no trace. No offences disclosed at the time. 12.20pm Friday 2nd August. 0151 02/08/2019

  • *Burglary Business. Four to five males seen breaking into shop, one carrying a crowbar. No weapons seen. Within a couple of minutes the males left the area in a dark grey coloured Audi along Church Street towards Henley Street. Several items from inside stolen. Area search made - no trace. Further evidence being gathered from witnesses and CCTV. 3.40am Friday 2nd August. 0035 02/08/2019

  • *Anti-Social Behaviour. Kinwarton Farm Road, Alcester. Two off road scrambler bikes seen and heard in the fields off the Industrial estate. Caller concerned for the pedestrians using the footpaths and field. 6.15pm Thursday 1st August. 0357 01/08/2019

  • *Off Road Incident. Footpath behind Greville Road near to the river. Car driven down footpath by accident. Driver thought that it was a track. Vehicle has then got stuck. No offences discloses. Driver to arrange their own recovery. 4pm Thursday 1st August. 0284 01/08/2019

  • *Theft. Business, High Street, Alcester. Man has walked into the premises asking for help while holding up a leaflet. When the man has left the building it was found that an iPhone was missing from a desk. The man walked off along the High Street towards the Church. Described as an "Asian" man. Reported at 2.15pm Wednesday 31st July. 0220 31/07/2019

  • *Vehicle Crime. School Road, Alcester. Offenders have opened the doors of a vehicle parked on driveway to house. The have looked inside before walking off. Descriptions and CCTV from witnesses being gathered. 2am Monday 29th July. 0265 30/07/2019. Intel from the area suggest that these two males were in School Road at 12.45am on the 29th seen carrying items along from the Malin Court end towards the Moorfields turning.

  • *Vehicle Crime. Rope Walk, Alcester. Car entered and cash stolen. Between 11.30pm 28th & 12.30pm 29th July. 0181 29/07/2019

  • *Vehicle Crime. Rope Walk, Alcester. Car entered and items stolen including a cordless power drill, petrol leaf blower and a Barber jacket. Overnight 28th & 29th July. 0114 29/07/2019

  • *Vehicle Crime. Jephcott Close, Alcester. Car entered and a Blue Tooth Transmitter stolen. Overnight 28th & 29th July. 0061 29/07/2019

GREAT ALNE

  • *Vehicle Crime. Station Road, Great Alne. Man disturbed trying to break into van. Alarm activated. The man walked off towards the Alcester direction. He is described as white, light brown hair, wearing a white t-shirt. A silver Ford Focus was seen to drive past at the same time but it cannot be established if this was involved. 12.45am Saturday 3rd August. 0026 03/08/2019

BIDFORD

  • *Burglary Business. High Street, Bidford. Five males seen to 'smash' their way into the front of the shop, then taking items from inside. Within a couple of minutes the males left the area driving along the High Street towards the Church and Tower Hill. They were in a small dark coloured hatchback. Police Patrol quickly on scene. Area search - no trace. Further evidence being gathered from witnesses and CCTV. 12.05am Saturday 3rd August. 0004 03/08/2019

  • *Suspicious Circumstances. Damson Way, Bidford. Man seen acting suspiciously in the street. Described as a white male, 30 - 40 years old, slim build, very tall. Shaved head, wearing a brown fleece, dark trousers and a black backpack. 11.20am Wednesday 31st July. 0284 31/07/2019. Reported at 4.25pm.

SALFORD PRIORS

  • *Vehicle Crime. School Road, Salford Priors. Blue Land Rover Defender stolen without keys. Between 6.30pm 2nd & 6.30am 3rd August. 0078 03/08/2019

BROOM

  • *Theft. Bidford Road, Broom. Approx. 1300 litres of diesel stolen from tank. Reported 30th July. 0205 30/07/2019

REDHILL

  • *Vehicle Crime, Car Park, Redhill. Moped stolen without the keys. Two offenders arrived on a black motorcycle. The passenger got off and then stolen the Scooter. They left in the direction of Stratford. 8.40pm Monday 29th July. 0427 29/07/2019

LUDDINGTON

  • *Burglary Residential. Stratford Road, Luddington. Offender(s) have gained entry to house through conservatory doors. Items have then been stolen including Jewellery. Between 10am and 1pm Tuesday 30th July. 0182 30/07/2019

Reporting Incidents and Suspicious Circumstances -   We always recommend that if you have a crime to report or if you see something that is suspicious, you call straight away on 101 or 999 as required. The quicker the information is received by our communication call handlers the better chance we have to check the details in 'real time' allowing the most suitable response to be given.

 

Published 04/08/19