Daily Crime Update - Salisbury CPT - Friday 17th March

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Wiltshire South (Salisbury) Community Policing Team – Daily crime summary 

We don’t have any crimes to report today, we’d appreciate your help with the appeals listed below.

Renewed appeal for witnesses following serious assault in Salisbury

Police are renewing an appeal for information following a serious assault in Salisbury.

At approximately 5pm on Saturday 11 March, a 36-year-old man was injured during an altercation in Estcourt Road.

His injuries were described as ‘serious’ and he was taken to hospital by ambulance.

Detective Constable Eirin Martin, of South CID, said: “We believe there were a number of people in the area around the same time as this incident who would have witnessed what happened. We urgently need to speak to these people. The information they hold, no matter how small, could be really crucial to our investigation.”

Anyone with information should call police on 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Can you help us find the owner of medals handed in to Police?
A collection of 6 medals was recently handed in to Bourne Hill Police Station after being put through the letterbox of a house in Assisi Rd, Salisbury in a blue plastic bag.
The occupants know nothing about the medals and we’re really keen to get them back to the rightful owner.
Full details and photo available via our Facebook page –
Many Thanks, 

Pc Matt HOLLAND and Pc Tracey HOLLOWAY

Community Policing Coordinators
Wiltshire South (Salisbury) Community Policing Team


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