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RW SA Burglarys and thefts from rural businesses in Honington, Lightorne, Kinwarton and Claverdon INC 291 of 2 February

by Sasha last modified 06 February 2007 07:51 AM

We would like to make you aware of several incidents that have occurred at rural business premises in the south of the county over recent days. At 8.30am on 2 February offenders entered a brick barn at a farm in Kington Lane, Claverdon, used a crowbar to force open the door locks and stole a drill and gas powered nail gun from inside. Sometime between 31 January and 3 February metal gates to a field leading to a barn at a stables in Honington were forced open and 25 assorted reels of electricity cable were stolen from inside. During the night of 3 into 4 February offenders crossed 2 fields at a farm business in Lightorne to gain access to a fuel store. They then stole a tractor in order to transport the fuel away. At 3.30pm on 4 February an offenders snapped the lock off a gate leading to the yard of a construction business in Kinwarton, Alcester and stole ab Ifor Williams trailer. If you have information relating ot any of these incidents please contact Stratford police. Please also make you premises as secure as possible, remain alert to suspicious incidents, persons or vehicles and report anything out of the ordinary.. . If you have information about this incident please ring 01926 415000 and ask for the Communications Centre. Please tell them that you are ringing in in response to a message or call Crime Stoppers 0800 555111 .

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