MAY 00] WARWICKSHIRE CONSTABULARY NEWS
Burglary Operation Makes First Impact
number of burglaries in Warwickshire has fallen in the first week of a
crackdown on people stealing from houses.
17 offences were recorded in the northern half of the county between 2
and 8 May, with 14 crimes in the south.
the same week last year there were 40 burglaries in the north of the
county, and 42 in the south.
Chief Constable Mick Brewer wrote to known offenders in key areas
before the crackdown began, warning them to stay out of trouble.
Impact has also involved high-profile action by officers as well as
number of burglaries recorded last week in each area were:
2, Coleshill 3, Nuneaton 3, Rugby 9, Henley-in-Arden 1, Leamington 7,
Southam 1, Tanworth-in-Arden 1, Warwick 2, Wellesbourne 2.
week before Operation Impact there were 22 burglaries in the Nuneaton
and Bedworth areas, 14 in Rugby and 20 in south Warwickshire.
people have been arrested and charged with burglary.
24-year-old man from Stockingford, Nuneaton, appeared at Nuneaton
magistrates Court yesterday charged with the burglary of a house in
Ansley Road, Nuneaton.
man aged 26 from Chelmsley Wood, Birmingham, was remanded in custody
after being charged with the burglary of a house in Highbrink Road,
a man of no fixed abode was arrested for the burglary of a house in
Wellesbourne on 5 May. He has been released on police bail pending