Alcester Police SNTs. Latest Weekly Report. Sunday 24th April 2022

Published: 25 April 2022

For operational and privacy reasons not all the incidents that occur on the Alcester area are listed in this report, although they are recorded on police systems. 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. If you have any information or cctv footage that may relate to the incidents listed, please contact us.

Incidents of a public interest from the last week:-


  • *Robbery. Tything Road West, Alcester. Victim was walking along the pavement when they were approached by three males who grabbed them and pushed them over. A mobile phone, ID and bank card was then stolen. took place between 13/04/2022 03:20:00 and 13/04/2022 03:25. Crime No: 23/15818/22


  • *Vehicle Crime. Oversley. Front number plate stolen off vehicle. Overnight 22nd & 23rd April. 0215 23/04/2022


  • *Vehicle Crime. School Road, Great Alne. Secure works van entered and various tools stolen. Offenders were in a grey coloured Ford Transit Connect van. occurred on Thu 21/04/2022 16:30. Crime No: 23/16356/22


  • *Vehicle Crime. Lower Haselor Lane, Haselor. Secure works van entered and a Mountfield petrol mower, multi tool and hedge cutter was stolen. Offenders were two males wearing balaclavas in a dark coloured van. took place between 21/04/2022 16:00:00 and 21/04/2022 16:15. 0228 21/04/2022


  • *Theft. Beech Tree Park, Bidford. Offenders in a silver Ford Transit have stolen various items from a compound, including shock absorber, springs and other metal items. took place between 15/04/2022 12:45:00 and 15/04/2022 12:55. Crime No: 23/15959/22.


  • *Theft. Spernal Lane, Spernal. Frame for trampoline stolen from property. took place between 14/04/2022 00:00:00 and 18/04/2022 00:00. Crime No: 23/15847/22


  • *Suspicious Circumstances. Middletown Lane, Sambourne. Grey van seen acting suspiciously in the area. Registration started ‘DY65’. Possibly the vehicle involved in other vehicle crime on the area. 2.30pm Thursday 21st April. 0243 21/04/2022
  • *Suspicious Circumstances. Oak Tree Lane, Sambourne. Three males seen acting suspiciously near to a caravan and a shed. They were stopped by members of the public. On police arrival one of the males was arrested on suspicion of qoing equipped to steal and possession of an offensive weapon. Enquires ongoing. 3.50pm Tuesday 19th April. 0245 19/04/2022


  • *Vehicle Crime. Car park, Birmingham Road, Studley. Two males with face coverings seen trying to gain entry to works van. They made off in a grey coloured van. 1.30pm Saturday 23rd April. 0170 23/04/2022
  • *Burglary. Alcester Road, Studley. Five males seen to enter empty property, possibly with the intention to steal items from inside. Police attended and arrested a male at the scene, Enquiries ongoing. 11.30am Saturday 23rd April. 0137 23/04/2022
  • *Burglary. Birmingham Road, Studley. Premises entered and car key stolen. Subsequently a white BMW M2. Approx. 1.55am Saturday 23rd April. 0081 23/04/2022
  • *Theft. Store, Alcester Road, Studley. A male and female have entered the store and have stolen items by way of shoplifting. Afternoon of Tuesday 19th April. 0273 19/04/2022


  • *Theft. Shop, High Street, Henley. Two males and one female have entered the store and stolen items by way of shoplifting. 8.25pm Saturday 23rd April. 0322 23/04/2022


  • *Vehicle Crime. Pettiford Lane, Wootton Wawen. Works van entered and various tools stolen. Offenders were three males who had their faces covered. They made off in a small dark coloured van. 2pm Wednesday 20th April. 0176 20/04/2022


Team email -

Sgt 1685 David Ebbs

PC 1329 Steven Hope

PCSO 6330 Sanjay Singh -

PCSO 6350 Brooke Avery


Team email -

Sgt 1685 David Ebbs

PC 1672 Rob Davies -

PCSO 6327 Carolyn Davis

PCSO 6111 Gary Johnson-Jones

Alcester Office - 01789 444816

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