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Bradford on Avon crime information 3/01/18-8/01/18




Crime - Theft

03/01/2018 19:14


CO OP STORES, BRIDGE YARD, BRADFORD ON AVON, male and female have entered the store and have selected x 2 bottles of champagne, 2 bottles of Bells whiskey and one bottle of Jack Daniels. The male and female leave the store. Theft TVO £100


Crime - Theft

04/01/2018 16:56


CO-OP, BRIDGE YARD, BRADFORD-ON-AVON, suspect has entered store filled a shop basket with bread, box of red wine, and sweets TVO £20, left the store with the basket no attempt to pay. Suspect was seen leaving the area in a silver ford Mondeo.


Crime – Arson and Criminal Damage

05/01/2018 09:40


FITZMAURICE PRIMARY SCHOOL, FROME ROAD, BRADFORD ON AVON, person(s) have entered the school grounds, possibly by climbing the fence or via adjoining residential gardens and caused minor damage to the tepee that is erected in the grounds by writing graffiti and leaving rubbish at the location.


Crime - Theft

06/01/2018 09:30


MURCO GARAGE, WOOLLEY STREET, BRADFORD ON AVON, Male suspect has driven onto the forecourt, to pump 1 and put petrol in TVO £10. Suspect has then entered the store, put his card in the reader which has been declined, he then walked out without providing any details. The suspect was driving a Silver Volvo.

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