Crimes 8th - 14th July 2017

Alert message sent 15/07/2017 21:57:00

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09th July           Chrystal Palace Farm - Unknown suspects have broken into outer farm building by jimmying the locked door and once inside have stolen an air compressor pump.   

 

 

14th July           Forest Court, Tidworth - Unknown suspect has stolen a "burnt out motorcycle" which had been placed behind some garages. The bike was a Blue Honda CG125-4

 

 

Due to ongoing issues taking place in the Recreation Ground & Jubilee Gardens Ludgershall, the Amesbury Community Policing Teams have commenced targeted patrols of both locations. This is in order to try and identify those individuals causing damage to the play equipment, riding their motorbikes across the park, taking drugs and consuming alcohol.

 

The patrols will continue until the reported incidents stop. We encourage the community to report such incidents to Wiltshire Police as and when they are happening.

 

The green area to the back of Hawthorn Road, Tidworth will also see an increase in Police activity. Targeted patrols have commenced at this location due to complaints of Anti social behaviour.

 

A summer crime prevention campaign is also about to start. This will cover both areas and information will be placed out in the community soon. If you require any additional information/advice in relation to crime prevention please contact your local PCSO’s – PCSO Maria Downham & PCSO Natalie Cleife at Amesbury Police Station. cpteastwiltshire@wiltshire.pnn.police.uk

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Lucy Wileman (Police, Community Coordinator, Wiltshire East Community Policing Team )

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