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Warwickshire Horsewatch - Oct 2011 to Oct 2017

Warwickshire (Warwick, Birmingham, Coventry, Nuneaton, Rugby, Solihull, Stratford-upon-Avon)
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Warwickshire Horsewatch - Oct 2011 to Oct 2017

Post by TracingEquines » 26 Oct 2011, 4:02 pm

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Hi, the girls renting our field in Hollywood had their battery & energiser stolen last night from Truemans Heath Lane, just to let you all know :-( From Vikki Weaver

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Re: Warwickshire Horsewatch - October 2011

Post by TracingEquines » 29 Oct 2011, 2:11 pm

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From Lisa Hunt: There has been tack stolen in the belbroughton area i heard today and friends horse (coloured cob) was plaited and shaved under the plait night before last police are heavily involved! and a lot of coloured cobs appeared earlier in the old mx field on lydiate island which is scrub land but intended to get pics on way back and couldnt see them!?!?

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Warwickshire Horsewatch - November 2011

Post by TracingEquines » 02 Nov 2011, 9:12 pm

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Please can we make you aware of the following incidents which have occurred at rural premises in the south of Warwickshire over recent days.

Incident 299 of 28 October
During the night of 27 into 28 October offenders broke into two sheds at a farm premises in Dunnington, Alcester. Six heaters were stolen from inside the sheds.

Incident 215 of 28 October
Between 12noon and 1pm on 28 October offenders stole a red steam pressure washer from the yard of a farm premises in Bearley Road, Aston Cantlow. This machine was a replacement for one which was stolen a month ago.

Incident 81 of 28 October
During the night of 27 into 28 October offenders jemmied open a window at a farm premises in Billesley, Alcester and entered the building. Once inside, the offenders stole a laptop computer from a storage cupboard.

Incident 213 of 28 October
During the same night offenders stole 10 grid covers from Gorcott Hill and Ullenhall Lane, Tanworth.

Incident 143 of 1 November
At just before midday on 31 October offenders entered a home at a farm premises in Exhall, Alcester and stole a computer hard-drive.

Incident 283 of 1 November
At some point before 6pm last night, 1 November, offenders stole 10 bales of hay from a farm premises in Hatton, Warwick.

Incident 264 of 31 October
Between 9am on 28 October and 9am on 31 October offenders stole a Gallagher electric fence energiser from a farm premises in Honington, Shipston on Stour.

If you have information that you believe may be connected to any of these incidents please contactt Police on 101 (our new non emergency number).

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Re: Warwickshire Horsewatch - November 2011

Post by TracingEquines » 17 Nov 2011, 12:29 pm

HOW SA Equine related incidents in Long Itchington & Upper Tysoe

Please be aware of the following equine related incidents which have occurred in Warwickshire over recent days:

Incident 120 of 8 November
Between 2pm on 26 and 2pm on 28 October offenders entered an insecure barn at a stables in Long Itchington and stole a pair of blue plastic jump stands. The offenders also entered an insecure tack shed and stole a pair of green wellington boots.

Incident 163 of 9 November
Between 19 October and 7 November offenders entered a secure stable at the same location in Long Itchington after cutting the lock off. Once inside, the offenders stole 2 exercise rugs, a lunging whip and several head collars.

Incident 149 of 13 November
At some point before 9.30am on 13 November offenders entered a locked container, used as a tack room, at a stable yard in Upper Tysoe and stole six saddles and bridles. The saddles are as follows:
. Handmade saddle by Walsall saddler, custom fit for rider (17.5" wide fit)
. Harry Dobbs saddle (18" wide fit)
. Ideal Cob saddle (17.5")
. Medium fit saddle (17")
. Wide fit cob saddle (17")
All saddles had stainless steel irons, english leather stirrups and girths attached.
. A selection of 18 bridles, various sizes, cob fit complete with bits.
. 3 covering bridles (1 with chiffney and green rope and other with blue rope)

If you have information that you believe may be connected to any of these incidents or you are suspicious of items offered for sale, please contact Police on 101 (non emergency number) quoting the incident number given. Thankyou.

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Re: Warwickshire Horsewatch - 2011

Post by TracingEquines » 30 Nov 2011, 8:48 pm

HOW NW Theft of Catalytic converters in Shuttington, suspicious activity in Ansley and theft of dog from stables in Easenhall

Please be aware of the following incidents which have occurred over recent days.

Incident 137 of 21 November
Between 10.30am and midday on 21 November offenders stole a 10 month old black and tan Jack Russell dog from a stable at a premises in Cord Lane, Easenhall. The dog had been left behind a locked door in a secure stable and offenders lifted it over the door.

There have been several reports of suspicious activity around rural premises, after dark, in the Ansley area. Please remain alert, on the lookout for suspicious activity and please report anything that you consider to be out of the ordinary to police on 101. If you think that there is a crime in progress please dial 999. Thankyou.

Please note that thefts of catalytic converters is on the rise again in North Warwickshire. Last week catalytic converters were stolen from vehicles in Long Street, Dordon, Orchard Close, Polesworth and Birchmoor. There was also an attempted theft from a vehicle in School Lane, Shuttington.

Thieves are targetting large vans and 4 x 4 vehicles and are rolling underneath, chopping out the device and causing considerable damage.

Please ensure that you leave your vehicle in a well lit area and somewhere it is visible to you. Please also remove any sat navs, laptop computers, phones , Christmas shopping etc which may attract thieves.

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Re: Warwickshire Horsewatch - 2011

Post by TracingEquines » 04 Dec 2011, 9:33 am

At 1430hrs yesterday a white van was stopped in the village of Honington by the local Policing team and searched for stolen property. In the rear of the van Police located an electric fencing unit which had a name and mobile number written on it in permanent black pen (Very good idea - makes the unit very traceable and life a lot simpler for Police). Police rang the phone number and were able to confirm that the unit was stolen last week from the local area. The driver was arrested on suspicion of theft . The vehicle was seized as used in crime and the fuel tank was dipped resulting in red diesel being found, the van has now been handed over to Custom and Excise who will deal with the man for fuel offences.

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Re: Warwickshire Horsewatch - 2011

Post by TracingEquines » 08 Dec 2011, 3:13 pm

HOW SA Equine related incidents in Bentley Common, & Tomlow Road, Stockton

Please be aware of the following incidents which have occurred at equine related premises over recent days.

Incident 114 of 17 November
At some point before 10.30am on 17 November offenders travelled across four field and drove down a track to entered a farm premises in Bentley. Once on site, the offenders cut the locks to a tack room. It is not clear if anything was stolen.

Incident 58 of 23 November
During the night of 22 into 23 November offenders lifted the metal gate off its hinges at a farm premises in Bentley Common and entered the stable yard. Once inside, the offensrs stole a tyrailer from the yard.

Incident 329 of 23 November
Between 22 and 23 November offenders entered a Stables premises in Tomlow Road, Stockton and removed the padlocks from a stable block doors. Once inside, the offenders stole a pick axe, a Clarkson chipper. They also attempted to enter another outbuilding but failed to get in and nothing else was taken.

Electric fencing energisers have been stolen from premises in Newbold Pacey, Warwick and Langley near Stratford.

Thankyou.

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Re: Warwickshire Horsewatch - 2011

Post by TracingEquines » 28 Dec 2011, 4:15 pm

Sue Crompton
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From Warwickshire HorseWatch: Please could everyone keep their eyes out for tack stolen from quainton stud last night - saddles including 5 butet, devecoux, stubben and an albion dressage saddle, plus 18 bridles including CWD, Dyon, Stubben and Equiport rolled ones. Please let me know if you see any suspicious cheap tack or hear anything. Thank you.

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Re: Warwickshire Horsewatch - 2011

Post by TracingEquines » 29 Dec 2011, 3:27 pm

HOW NW Equine related incidents in Newbold on Stour, Southam, Newton Regis & Wood End

Please be aware of the following equine related incidents which have occurred in Warwickshire over recent days.

Incident 219 of 24 December
During the afternoon of Christmas Eve a large chestnut gelding was found running loose in Newbold on Stour. The horse was a thoroughbred type with a small white blaze and he suffered some injuries to his legs. It is believed that the Hunt had been through the village and this had upset him. He was also covered in mud and had fallen over.

Incident 141 of 17 December
During the night of 16 into 17 December offenders travelled across fields in a vheicle to access a stable yard near to Deppers Bridge, Southam. Once in the yard the offenders entered a horse transporter lorry and carried out an untidy search before making off with 15 x ACP tablets and a sat nav.

Incident 49 of 29 December
During last night, 28 into 29 December offenders accessed a yard at a farm premises in Newton Regis, Tamworth and then entered a building containing saddles and tack. Several items were stolen.

Incident 64 of 29 December
At some point on Boxing Day night, offenders accessed a stable yard at a farm premises in Wood End, Atherstone and stole wheelbarrows and horse rugs.

Please remain alert, on the lookout for suspicious persons, vehicles or activity around your horses, stables or when riding out and please report anything unusual or of concern to police. Thankyou.

Happy New Year

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Warwickshire Horsewatch - 2012

Post by TracingEquines » 02 Feb 2012, 4:22 pm

HOW NW Incidents at premises in Stonebridge Road, Coleshill & Banbury Road, Southam Plus Hampshire & Suffolk bulletins

Please be aware of the following equine related incidents which have occurred in Warwickshire over recent days.

Incident 41 of 31 January
During the night of 30 into 31 January offenders broke into a steel container at a farm premises in Stonebridge Road, Coleshill and stole generators, saddles and other items of riding equipment.

Incident 60 of 19 January
During the night of 18 into 19 January, offenders entered a horsebox trailer parked outside a house in Banbury Road, Southam through the jockey door on the nearside of the vehicle.
Once inside, the offenders ransacked the vehicle and pulled out all cupboards, drawers and seats before making off with around 10 DVD's.

Also, a Horsewatch member from Claverdon has reported that last week offenders stole a battery charger from her field.

If you see or hear anything suspicious in your area or, out and about with your horse, Warwickshire Police want to hear from you. Please report what you see on 101 and tell the operator that you are a member of Warwickshire Horsewatch. Thankyou.

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