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Alcester Police North SNT. Latest Weekly Report. Sunday 11th August 2019

Incidents of a public interest from the last week:-

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Alcester Police North SNT. Latest Weekly Report. Sunday 11th 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 North SNT. Thank you to those that have called us this week.

Incidents of a public interest from the last week:-

STUDLEY

  • *Suspicious Circumstances / Theft. Shop, Studley. A male has gone into the shop and has taken items by way of shoplifting. He has been challenged and as a result has paid for the items. He then left the shop with a female getting into a Silver Ford Focus with a registration number ending in 'TKU'. Full details passed to police. 12.25pm Saturday 10th August. 0166 10/08/2019

MAPPLEBOROUGH GREEN

  • *Theft from shop. Birmingham Road, Mappleborough Green. A man has entered the shop and has stolen two items by way of shoplifting. The white male has left in a White Ford Transit flatbed with a registration number ending in 'TNJ'. Full details passed to police. Reported 6th August. 0227 06/08/2019

WOOTTON WAWEN

  • *Vehicle Crime. Pettiford Lane, Wootton Wawen. Parked car extensively damaged. Offender(s) have kicked and jumped up and down on the car causing damage to the headlights. Mirrors, windows and body work. Between 12 midday and 6pm Thursday 8th August. 0144 09/08/2019

  • *Theft. Gorse Lane, Wootton Wawen. Electrical unit and battery stolen from field. Between 2nd & 3rd August. 0144 06/08/2019

HENLEY

  • *Vehicle Crime. High Street, Henley. Secure Audi Q7 stolen without keys from the street. Between 9pm and 9.40pm Thursday 8th August. 0477 08/08/2019

  • *Damage Update. On Sunday 4th August it was found that damage had been caused to flower beds and hanging baskets in the High Street. Later on Sunday a man telephoned police and admitted to what he had done. The Team have been in contact with him and a suitable conclusion will be sought.

CLAVERDON

  • *Anti-Social Behaviour. St Michaels Close, Claverdon. Group of three children (aged between 11 and 13 years) seen running across gardens and knocking on doors. This has caused distress to some residents. Reported on the early evening of Saturday 10th August. 0333 10/08/2019

TANWORTH

  • *Burglary Residential. Poolhead Lane, Tanworth. Two males have forced open the chain holding a door closed. When challenged they have run off across the garden and away from the area towards the M42. The males were wearing blue anoraks with the hoods up. Nothing stolen. 3.30pm Saturday 10th August. 0263 10/08/2019

  • *Vehicle Crime. Doctors Hill, Tanworth. Person disturbed trying to steal car from drive. The offender got into a black saloon car with tinted windows and made off. The registration number started with 'Y412'. Described as a white male, mid 40's, stocky build, pale face, very short reddish blond hair, wearing a black hoodie and black trousers. 6.30pm Wednesday 7th August. 0411 07/08/2019

Distraction Offences in Alcester - Over the last couple of weeks we have had reports of a male entering town centre shops asking for help / directions. He has been carrying a leaflet to Dudley Zoo which he uses to put over mobile phones on desks and counters which he then tries to steal. He was last in Alcester on Saturday 10th August. He is described as Eastern European male, late 20's/early 30's, approx. 5' 5-6" tall, slim build, wearing a purple tracksuit & cap. Something for our shops and businesses in the Studley and Henley areas to be aware of.

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 11/08/19