HERE are some of the incidents officers from Alcester Police North and South Safer Neighbourhood Team have dealt with in the past week.


• Vehicle crime. New Road, Studley. Two males seen entering and stealing from parked car. Details of the offenders and their vehicle passed to police. The van was spotted by police in Eldorado Close and the two male occupants were arrested on suspicion of theft. They were taken into custody and the investigation remains ongoing. The incident happened on Saturday, September 19 at 3.10pm.

• Anti-social behaviour. Middlemore Close, Studley. Apples were reportedly thrown at houses. The incident happened on Friday, September 18 at 9pm.

• Theft. Allendale Crescent, Studley. Pedal cycle stolen from rear garden of house. Dark Navy Trek Xcaliber-9. This incident happened between September 16 and 18.

• Anti-social behaviour. Basketball court area of Pool Road, Studley. Report of ongoing problem with people congregating in the area and generally being a nuisance by leaving litter, playing musical loudly, and possible taking drugs. This was reported on September 16.

• Suspicious circumstances. The Slough, Studley. Male seen visiting house and taking photos of the premises and vehicles outside. The man was driving a black/ grey Vito van. This incident happened on Monday, September 14.


  • Theft. Hertford Road, Alcester. Outbuilding entered and various items stolen including tools. The incident happened between 1am and 6am on Saturday, September 19.
  • Damage/ Anti-social behaviour. Arden Business Centre, Alcester. Persons playing hockey in car park of the business centre and have damaged shutter doors by hitting a ball against it. This happened on Tuesday, September 15.
  • Suspicious circumstances. Church Street, Alcester. Three males acting suspiciously at premises, asking questions about vehicles. This happened at around 2pm on Tuesday, September 15