On Wednesday 12th September, between 6.30pm and 8.30pm an engagement evening is being held by the Rural Crime Officer and local Policing team at Fillongley village hall for residents to bring along items to be property marked, opportunity to chat to local officers about any issues or concerns and packs to prevent crime, including vehicle and van packs. North Warwickshire Neighbourhood Watch will also be there with crime prevention items for sale including shed alarms, signal blockers for key fobs and lots more.
This will also include the opportunity to have tack marked, and pick up a HW gate sign and trailer sticker.
Between 10.30 and 12.30 tomorrow morning (Saturday 8th) the Rural Crime Officer and officers from the local policing team will be at Stretton on Dunsmore Village Hall providing property marking for any items, crime prevention advice, opportunity to chat to local officers regarding any issues or concerns, details about the Supported Villages scheme and opportunity to collect a property marking kit and the agricultural stickers for farmers and horse owners. Refreshments provided by the parish council, come along and meet the team, bring along any items you would like marking and pick up a pack.
At around 07.30 hrs on the 24/8/18 a white Ford transit van was seen trying to reverse into a gate twice to a locked field in Ash Green. Someone nearby challenged the driver who then made off towards Keresley. The gate remained intact and no access was gained.
Please be vigilant, ensure your gateways and perimters are secure and report any suspicious activity to the police on 101.
Inc 121 of 02/09/2018
After 2100hrs unknown offenders have removed padlocks to a gate and tack shed from stables at Pillerton Hersey, Warwickshire. No indication of items taken.
We have been asked by Thames Valley Police to share this alert for a stolen foal and hopefully locate it as soon as possible:
If you have any information that can help the police with their enquiries please call 101 and ask for the South and Vale Local Policing Team.
Unknown offenders have removed £700 worth of horse rugs and tack being stored in a rear garden shed by forcing the door with a screw driver type of instrument, causing damage to the door and bolts at a property in Oxway Close, Shipston on Stour.
If you saw anyone acting suspiciously or have any information that could help the police with their enquiries please call 101 and refer to inc 409 of 29/8/18 or online at www.warwickshire.police.uk.
Some time between 23.45 hrs on 28/8/18 and 06.20 hrs on 29/9/18, unknown offender(s) moved a large industrial roller to access a yard in Nether Whitacre, from across fields on Dog Lane. Secure outbuildings entered and a number of items were stolen including a new green and black Bobcat mower, butter churns and batteries. Large 4 x 4 or van vehicle believed to have been used.
If you saw anything that seemed suspicious around this time or have any information that could help the police with their enquiries please call 101 and refer to inc 122 of 29/8/18 or online at www.warwickshire.police.uk. Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Some time in the last week unknown offender(s) have cut through hedges to provide vehicle access from adjacent land to enter a farm in Green End, Fillongley and steal a secured red Honda flail engine mower.
If you saw anyone acting suspiciously in the area or have any information that could help the police with their enquiries please call 101 and refer to inc 377 of 22/8/18 or online at www.warwickshire.police.uk. Alternatively call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 anonymously.
For crime prevention advice please go to www.warwickshireruralwatch.co.uk which includes information on protecting farms and outbuildings.
There has been an attempt theft of Horse Trailer in the Hoar Cross area of Staffordshire. The trailer which was an Ifor Williams, had been left unattended whilst the owner was riding, unknown tools were were used to try and force the towbar lock. Please ensure all items are securely locked away when you leave them.
Warwickshire Horse Watch have joined with Warwickshire Police on a crime prevention initiative to help deter trailer and horse box thefts in the county. Reflective stickers are being provided to farmers in North Warwickshire for use on their agricultural equipment. Warwickshire Horse Watch is making them available for horse owners across the county for owners of trailers and horse boxes. The stickers are available as either A4 or A5. Due to demand a maximum of 2 can only be sent out per person/address. To receive a sticker send an appropriately sized stamped addressed envelope to Warwickshire Horse Watch, c/o Warwickshire Police, Council House, South St, Atherstone CV9 1DE.