Daily Crime Update

Alert message sent 12/03/2018 08:49:00

Information sent on behalf of Wiltshire Police

Please find below details relating to the Community Impactive Crimes that have occurred since Friday morning in the Westbury, Warminster, Tisbury and Mere areas :








Crime – Theft


09/03/2018 09:16


HIGH STREET, CHAPMANSLADE – Power tools stolen from the back of a van parked at the side of the road. Stihl disc cutter to the value of £600.

Crime - Burglary Residential (Shed/Garage etc)

09/03/2018 15:28


CODFORD ROAD, CHITTERNE - Suspect has forced the door to out building, it is attached to house but no integral door, nothing appears to have been taken at this time


Transport - RTC - Damage only

09/03/2018 22:08


A3098, WARMINSTER - Suspect has crashed his vehicle into a telegraph pole, causing damage. Suspect appeared intoxicated and provided a positive specimen of breath. Suspect arrested on suspicion of driving whilst intoxicated.


Scott WOODWARD, 29 year old male from an address in Devon Drive, Westbury, has been charged with Driving a motor vehicle when alcohol above legal limit. He has been bailed to attend Salisbury Magistrates Court on the 6th April 2018.


Crime – Arson and Criminal Damage

10/03/2018 13:08


THE RIDGEWAY, WARMINSTER - Suspect has knocked over a ceramic plant pot in victim's garden and has damaged to plants growing in it.


Crime - Burglary Residential (Dwelling)

10/03/2018 20:57


RUSKIN DRIVE, WARMINSTER – Reporting Person has reported that this morning he has found his front door ajar. No signs of forced entry and no search carried out, wallet is missing from the usual place where he puts it in the sitting room.




Crime – Vehicle offences

10/03/2018 14:26


WIN GREEN, DONHEAD HOLLOW, LUDWELL, TISBURY - Suspect has smashed car window , has then stolen victim’s handbag which was hidden on rear seat, handbag contained passport, bank cards, they have also slashed victim’s tyre.

Crime – Vehicle offences

10/03/2018 15:09


WIN GREEN, DONHEAD HOLLOW, LUDWELL, TISBURY - Suspect has smashed front passenger window and stolen blue "dakine" ruck sack that contained Dell laptop, headphones, note book and headset.


  • Try to park somewhere open and well-lit.
  • Lock up – including the boot.
  • Remember to close the windows and sunroof.
  • Don’t leave anything in your car when you park – not even a coat or empty carrier bag.
  • If you have a removable sat nav, remove it and take it with you if possible. Remove the mounting, polish any marks off the windscreen and hide the cable and mounting.
  • Store car ownership information at home, not in your car.
  • Number plates are often stolen for criminal use. Use plates secured with anti-theft screws, available from car accessory stores.
  • Do not store things in the boot.




Transport - Road related offence

11/03/2018 01:43


A303, WEST KNOYLE, MERE -  Police have attended RTC Non Injury- Driver has failed roadside breath test and therefore arrested on suspicion of Drink Drive.


Michael WILLIAMS, 33 year old male from an address in Heatherfields, Gillingham, Dorset has been charged with Driving a motor vehicle when alcohol above legal limit. He has been bailed to attend Salisbury Magistrates Court on the 6th April 2018.




Can I please remind you all, that any crimes need to be reported via 101, or 999 in an emergency. I am unable to take reports of crime via e-mail.



Pc 2446 Charly Chilton
Community Policing Coordinator -  Warminster

( Mobile : 07471 029341

( Direct Dial : 01380 861446
:  charlotte.chilton@wiltshire.pnn.police.uk
+ Warminster Police Station, Station Road, Warminster, BA12 9BR.

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Charlotte Chilton (Police, Community Coordinator, Wiltshire West Community Policing Team)

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