Alcester Police North SNT. Latest Weekly Report. Sunday 5th September 2021
Published: 06 September 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:-
- *Theft. Store, Studley. Man has entered the store and has stolen various items by way of shoplifting. Described as a white male, late 20’s, tall, slim, short fair hair, wearing black trousers, grey hoodie, grey cap and a blue bag. He also had a tattoo on his neck. 6.35pm Saturday 4th September. 0342 04/09/2021
- *Robbery. Play area near to village hall. Male with pedal cycle approached by another male who produced a knife and demanded the bike. This was handed over and the offender left the area. Offender described as being 6’, wearing dark clothing and a face mask. Bike is described as being very distinctive, bright orange with orange tyres. 2.45pm Saturday 4th September. 0226 04/09/2021. Witnesses sought. CCTV to be examined.
- *Theft. Rose Pool, Outhill, Studley. Car port entered and various items stolen including four wheels of cable, three drills, dark blue Boardman road bike and black and white khouta karma road bike. Overnight 1st & 2nd September. 0073 02/09/2021
- *Vehicle Crime. Rose Pool, Outhill. All four wheels on Audi A6 stolen. Vehicle was secure and parked on driveway, until it was entered and the jack used to lift the vehicle. Overnight 1st & 2nd September. 0036 02/09/2021
- *Vehicle Crime. Birmingham Road, Mappleborough Green. Caravan stolen. 21.45pm Sunday 29th August. 0066 31/08/2021
- *Suspicious Circumstances. Meadow Road, Henley. Two males seen and heard banging on house windows. When challenged they left the area in a Red Mitsubishi pick up with a registration number starting ‘SV20’. 11.25am Wednesday 1st September. 0143 01/09/2021
- *Damage. Car park, off High Street, Henley. Deep scratch caused in bodywork of car. Passenger side and bonnet damaged. Between 29th & 30th August. 0207 30/08/2021
- *Burglary Business. Earlswood Trading Estate, Earlswood. Secure compound and premises entered and various tools stolen including disc cutter, hammer drill, cement mixer, generator and heavy duty breaker. Between the 1st and 2nd September. 0132 02/09/2021
- *Vehicle Crime. Earlswood Common, Earlswood. Ford Iveco lorry Horse carrier stolen. Taken without keys. Between 31st August and 1st September. 0216 01/09/2021
- *Vehicle Crime. Car park, Stratford Road, Hockley Heath. Seven secure work vans broken into and various items stolen. Overnight 1st & 2nd September, possibly around 4am. Reported to police in the morning when the crimes were discovered. 0054 02/09/2021
Neighbourhood Watch - Local Neighbourhood Watch schemes work in a variety of ways that reflect the needs of the local community. This includes: sharing crime prevention advice and information; running awareness campaigns; holding social events and awards for local people and businesses; leading community projects, such as litter picks, a community café, flood defence response, presentations in schools and work with young people and children and community messaging with the police. For further information on the work of the NHW and instructions on how to create or join a scheme, visit here - https://www.ourwatch.org.uk/
The Warwickshire Neighbourhood Watch page can be found here - http://warwickshirenwa.ourwatch.org.uk/
Vehicle Crime – Here are a few crime prevention tips to deter vehicle crime.
- Always lock your vehicle. Whether it’s in the garage, on the driveway of your house, unattended for a few seconds or in an isolated car park, lock it and activate any alarm system.
- Always remove valuable items from the vehicle. If this cannot be done the items must be removed from view and secured in a glove box or boot.
- Fit an alarm that will activate on movement in the vehicle. An alarm that can notify you in real time that there is a problem is extremely useful.
- Items such as tools and machinery that cannot be removed can be secured in lockers and security marked with high visibility paint etc.
- If available, park your vehicle in a location that is covered by CCTV, overlooked by houses or is in an area that is in constant use.
- Use anti-theft screws and sticky pads for number plates. If you have a plate that is stolen, replace it with one that has a different design so it is distinguishable from the stolen plate.
- If you see or hear any suspicious activity around a car or car park, ring 101 to report straight away. Active crimes where the offenders are still at the scene can be reported on 999.
- For further advice visit - https://www.warwickshire.police.uk/cp/crime-prevention/theft-from-a-vehicle/
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Make The Right Call - To help people contact the right service first time, there are a number of pages on our website which advise who the best agency is to speak to on issues including fly-tipping, noise complaints and parking, as well as reporting abuse on social media - https://www.warwickshire.police.uk/police-forces/warwickshire-police/areas/warwickshire-police/campaigns/campaigns/2019/make-the-right-call/
You can also play our interactive game to give you an idea of the daily pressures on our control room and encourage our communities to #MakeTheRightCall The game uses examples of genuine 999 and 101 calls received by police which players must decide how to respond to against the clock. The options are to deploy officers, resolve over the phone, refer to a partner agency or take no action. Click her to play - https://warwickshirepolice.github.io/MakeTheRightCall/
Issues that are a police matter should be reported to us as soon as possible. Where there is a threat to life or an active crime in progress the 999 system can be used. Issues that are not an emergency can be reported to us on the 101 system or via our online reporting forms - https://www.warwickshire.police.uk/ The quicker you tell us about an issue the quicker the incident can be reviewed and actioned appropriately. We do not monitor social media, especially local Facebook pages, so if you have been the victim of a crime or a witness of suspicious circumstances and anti-social behaviour, please contact us straight away.
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