CRIME UPDATE 16-18 OCT 2018

Alert message sent 18/10/2018 16:59:00

Information sent on behalf of Wiltshire Police


CRIME UPDATE (WESTBURY, WARMINSTER, TISBURY, MERE) – 16/10/18 – 18/10/18

 

Here are the Community relevant crimes that have been reported in your area. If you have information that may be useful to us regarding any of these or any other crimes please call us on 101 and quote the number relating to the incident. Alternatively report anonymously via Crimestoppers online or 0800 555 111. To report a crime, call 101 or 999 in an emergency. We cannot take reports of crime via email

 

54180097902

Crime - Theft

16/10/2018 12:28

 

A350 EAST KNOYLE, (EV12) Sometime between 1500 on the 15th and 1230 on the 16th Oct  suspect(s) have stolen a silent soldier war memorial from the village TVO £100.
 

54180098310

Crime - Burglary Business

17/10/2018 12:44

 

SWAINSFORD, MERE, (EV12) Sometime between 1300-1700 hours a  suspect has prized open the lock to a premises and stolen a Sthil hedge trimmer from within.
 

54180098396

Crime –Criminal Damage

17/10/2018 15:30

 

A303 MERE BY-PASS EAST TO BOTTOM OF CHADENWICK HILL, MERE (EV12) suspect has damaged the padlock that secures a gate to a field and has driven their vehicle over crops.
 

54180098553

Crime - Burglary (Dwelling)

17/10/2018 20:31

 

EASTLEIGH WOOD LANE, BISHOPSTROW, (ER11) suspect by unknown means has opened a window to a property. The suspect has also gained entrance to a secure shed. Not clear if anything has been taken at this time.
 

54180098653

Crime –Criminal Damage

18/10/2018 10:10

 

B3089, WILLOUGHBY HEDGE, WARMINSTER,(EV12) suspect(s) have broken a fence and driven over crops, causing damage.
 

54180098750

Crime - Theft

18/10/2018 13:31

 

THE MEAD, WARMINSTER, (ER11) Overnight on the 17th Oct  Suspect/s have stolen an insecure bicycle from the side of a property.

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