Alcester Police North SNT. Latest Weekly Report. Sunday 16th May 2021

Published: 17 May 2021

For operational and privacy reasons not all the incidents that occur on the Alcester area are listed in this report. Please remember to report any anti-social behaviour, suspicious activity or crimes to us as soon as possible - this can be done via the 101 and 999 telephone numbers or if not an emergency via our online reporting forms that can be found on our website.

Incidents of a public interest from the last week:-


  • *Anti-Social Behaviour. Private Heart of England land, Coughton. Report of 4x4 vehicles on the land causing damage and a general nuisance. Ongoing problem. No trace on police arrival. 8pm Wednesday 12th May. 0390 12/05/2021


  • *Vehicle Crime. Spernal Lane, Spernal. Rear number plate stolen from car. Between 8am and 9.45am Sunday 9th May. 0342 09/05/2021


  • *Anti-Social Behaviour. Alleyway from Allen Close, Studley. Report of people gathering in the alleyway to smoke cannabis and are generally being a nuisance. SNT to pay passing attention. Reported Saturday 15th May. 0280 15/05/2021
  • *Criminal Damage. Pool Road, Studley. Two males seen inside the building site with fire extinguishers. Aged between 12 and 15, one of them had a push scooter. No trace on police arrival. 8pm Friday 14th May. 0393 14/05/2021
  • *Suspicious Circumstances. The Slough, Studley. Occupants from a Blue Vauxhall people carrier seen acting suspiciously to business premises. The last three letters of the registration number were ‘FFP’. No offences disclosed at the time of the report. 9.40pm Thursday 13th May. 0488 13/05/2021


  • *Theft. Birmingham Road, Mappleborough Green. Storage area of business entered and items taken including circular saw, drill and BBQ. Intel from the area suggest the offenders were in a dark coloured Renault Capture with a registration number ending in ‘3669’. Reported 13th May. 0297 13/05/2021


  • *Damage / attempt Theft. Stratford Road, Wootton Wawen. Offenders have entered private land and have attempted to steal a quad bike, damaging it in the process. The theft was unsuccessful and they left the area. Reported 13th May. 0235 13/05/2021


  • *Suspicious Circumstances. Earlswood Common, Earlswood. Bangs heard on front door of property as if someone was trying to gain entry. The occupants shouted and whoever was outside has run off. Entry not gained. No trace on police arrival. 1.20am Tuesday 11th May. 0007 11/05/2021


  • *Suspicious Circumstances. Poolhead Lane, Tanworth. Three males seen to enter private garden. They have damaged a hedge while getting in and out of the garden. No further offences disclosed at the time. 3.15am Friday 14th May. 0272 15/05/2021
  • *Suspicious Circumstances. Penn Lane, Tanworth. Two males in a silver BMW seen on private driveway. The last three letters of the registration number was ‘VJY’. They drove off when they realised they were being watched. Caller concerned about their reasons to be on the property. No offences disclosed at the time. 5pm Sunday 9th May. 0296 09/05/2021


  • *Vehicle Crime. Ullenhall Street, Ullenhall. Front and rear number plates stolen from vehicle. Between 7pm 9th and 8am 10th May. 0067 10/05/2021

Jack Stephens – Missing - Appeal to help find missing 14-year-old Jack Stephens. We are appealing for information to help locate 14-year-old Jack Stephens. Jack went missing from Nottinghamshire on 14 April 2021. It is believed that he may now be in the Alcester District. Jack is 5’7” and has short black wavy hair. Officers are concerned for Jack’s welfare. Anyone with information that could help to locate him should call police straight away. Photos of Jack can be found on our social media pages and the force website.

Crimestoppers – Crimestoppers is an independent charity that gives you the power to speak up to stop crime, 100% anonymously. This can be done by phone and online, 24/7, 365 days a year. After receiving a call or a completed anonymous online form, crimestoppers creates a report that brings together all the information given making sure it doesn't contain any information that could identify the caller. The report is then sent to the relevant authority with the legal responsibility to investigate crimes, make arrests and charge people in order to bring them to justice. This could be the police force or an agency such as the UK Border Agency or HM Revenue & Customs. The telephone number is 0800555111. The online reporting form can be found here -


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