Alcester Police North SNT. Latest Weekly Report. Sunday 31st May 2020

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 contacted the Team this week. If you would like to be removed from this email circulation list, please let me know asap.

Incidents of a public interest from the last week:-


  • *Theft. Birmingham Road, Coughton. Two hanging baskets and a solar light bulb stolen from property. Evening of Saturday 30th May. 0467 30/05/2020


  • *Vehicle Crime. Spernal Lane, Spernal. Land Rover stripped of several parts by offenders. Parts taken include the wheels, bonnet and doors. Between 1am and 7.30am Tuesday 26th May. 0076 26/05/2020


  • *Theft. The Slough, Studley. Hens, Ducks and Guinea Fowl stolen from private land. Overnight 30th & 31st May. 0132 31/05/2020
  • *Theft. Abbeyfields Road, Studley. Offenders have entered a private secure compound and have stolen several items, including a Bobcat Digger, Yanmar Mini digger and accessories for the diggers. Overnight 28th & 29th May. 0069 29/05/2020
  • *Theft. Store, Alcester Road, Studley. Several items stolen by way of shoplifting. Offender described as a white male, 5’ 10”, blond hair, bruising around one eye, wearing black cargo shorts, blue striped t-shirt, black trainers and carrying a cooler bag. 3pm Thursday 28th May. 0292 28/05/2020
  • *Damage. Toms Town Lane, Studley. Gold glitter sprayed onto car which was parked on driveway. Overnight 18th & 19th May. 0129 25/05/2020


  • *Anti-Social Behaviour. High Street, Henley. Report of a group of five youngsters causing a nuisance in the area by banging on windows etc. 9pm Thursday 28th May. 0547 28/05/2020
  • *Burglary Residential. Hungar Hill, Henley. Offender(s) have entered private land and a caravan on site. Items for horses have been taken including head collars, ropes and medication. Between 26th & 27th May. 0168 27/05/2020
  • *Burglary Residential. Barley Close, Henley. Property entered and items stolen including handbag, purse and bank cards. Between 24th & 27th May. 0108 27/05/2020
  • *Suspicious Circumstances. Barley Close, Henley. Telescopic pole broken in rear garden of house, indicating that someone had been across the garden during the night. Nothing stolen. Overnight 25th & 26th May. 0197 26/05/2020


  • *Robbery. Umberslade Road, Earlswood. Near to The Co-Op / Common Road. Three men’s cycles stolen by a group of four or five males. All wearing balaclavas and at least one carrying a knife. The offenders left with the bikes and headed towards The Lakes. 3.30pm Friday 29th May. 0298 29/05/2020
  • *ASB. Malthouse Lane and The Lakes area. Several call received this week with regards the increase of activity around the lakes.


  • *Suspicious Circumstances. Wood End Lane, Tanworth. Silver BMW and occupant seen acting suspiciously in the Lane. Caller concerned that there was no reason for the person to be there. The last three letters of the registration number was ‘EYM’. No offences disclosed at the time. 9.45pm Friday 29th May. 0549 29/05/2020

Earlswood – Officers from the Stratford District Safer Neighbourhood Team have put a dispersal order in place under section 34 of the Anti-social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014 covering the Lakes area. Over the past few weeks there have been numerous reports of antisocial behaviour including problems with littering, parking, drug use, noise and groups congregating. There have also been reports of fish theft. The order gives officers the power to disperse anyone for the purpose of or reducing the likelihood of members of the public in the locality being harassed, alarmed, or distressed, or the occurrence of crime and disorder. If people fail to disperse they can be arrested.  The order lasts until 1pm on Monday 1st June and officers will be patrolling the area during this time. Inspector Allison Wiggin from the Stratford District Safer Neighbourhood Team said: “There have been reports of groups of 100 people congregating and this is causing a lot of community tension during the Coronavirus pandemic. We have tried to engage with the groups and encourage them to disperse and not to come back; but this has been ignored and we have been left with no option but to take this action. “My officers ended up cleaning up the awful mess left by people yesterday; these officers should be policing their local community, not picking up litter, but given the mess left behind we were left with no choice. We will not tolerate this. “While this order is only in place until Monday 1st June, people should be under no illusion that this will be the end of our activity. We will continue to police the area and clamp down on people behaving in an antisocial manner.”

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