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MELKSHAM CRIME UPDATE - 06/03/18 - 13/03/18




Crime-Criminal Damage

06/03/2018 17:29


CRANESBILL ROAD, MELKSHAM, Between 1700 on 5th – 1500 on the 6th March, suspect(s) have 'keyed' a VW Golf car down both passenger doors and across the bonnet. Owner is unsure if this happened at CRANESBILL or elsewhere at this stage.


Crime - Violence Against the Person

07/03/2018 22:07


LITTLEJOHN AVENUE, MELKSHAM, following a report of a disturbance at the location, Police attended and arrested a male in his 20’s and a female in her 40’s on suspicion of assault. They were later released RUI (Under Police Investigation). Enquires are ongoing at this time.



Crime – Vehicle offences

08/03/2018 16:08


BOWERHILL, MELKSHAM, suspect are believed to have loosened one wheel nut on each of the 4 tyres of a Volvo XC90 sometime over the last week or so.


Crime – Possession of Weapon offences

08/03/2018 14:34


VINES COURT, MELKSHAM, Following intelligence given to the Police, a male in his 20’s was arrested for possession of an offensive weapon in a public place, possibly a “home-made” taser type weapon. He has been released RUI (Under Police Investigation). Enquires are ongoing at this time.



Crime-Criminal Damage

11/03/2018 22:57


SEMINGTON ROAD, MELKSHAM, suspect has smashed the offside driver window of a BMW 320D vehicle.


Crime –  Criminal Damage

12/03/2018 07:22


WAVERLEY GARDENS, MELKSHAM, Overnight between 11th-12th March, suspect/s have smashed the passenger side front headlight of a Ford Galaxy vehicle which was parked on a public road.


Crime – Vehicle offences

12/03/2018 12:14


KEEVIL, TROWBRIDGE, between 1200-1800 hours on the 5th March, suspect(s) have entered an insecure Peugeot Bippa and removed a wallet containing various bank cards, paperwork and around £500.00 cash A green coat was also stolen from a hanger behind the driver's seat.

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