Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 11 February 2023
WARWICKSHIRE POLICE officers are appealing for information following two break-ins which happened within minutes of each other in Nuneaton.
The appeal has been launched after six people reportedly broke into a property on Nuneaton’s Silver Walk, at approximately 11.35pm on Wednesday, 8 February, earlier this week.
The group were all described as wearing jackets and hats – and officers added that a silver car and white van were seen leaving the scene.
Then, just 12 minutes later at 11.47pm, three people reportedly broke into a home on The Circle before they quickly fleed from the scene.
A silver car and white van were spotted leaving the scene of the second break-in.
Now, a police spokesperson has urged anyone with CCTV or dash cam footage to pass it on to officers, and told any witnesses to call the non-emergency number of 101 – using the relevant incident numbers.
They said: “Anyone who witnessed these incidents, or who has CCTV footage or dash cam footage, is asked to call police on 101 or visit Warwickshire.police.uk/report, citing incident number 417 of February 8 for Silver Walk and incident number 418 of the same date for The Circle.”