Crime Update - Salisbury CPT - Thursday 20th December

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Wiltshire South (Salisbury) Community Policing Team – Crime summary 
 
Crimes will be listed by location under the headings of Salisbury, Alderbury (area traditionally policed from Alderbury Police Stn) and Wilton (area traditionally policed from Wilton Police Stn). 

Please find below a summary of local crimes which have been reported since Sat 15th December (Please note this is a summary, it is not possible to list all crimes due to confidentiality issues e.g. some violent offences or for domestic disputes).

 
Salisbury
 
15/12/18 – Theft (approx. 6-30pm) – Bridge St – offender cut local and stole black/orange Carrera bike
16/12/18 – Theft (15th/16th) – Churchfields Ind Est – offender cut fencing to access compound – stole 150 wooden pallets
18/12/18 – Theft (approx. 0045hrs) – Churchfields Ind est – offender gained entry to compound and stole 10 x fence posts – series of recent thefts – previously stole plant equipment and decking
19/12/18 – Burglary (over 2 day period) – Queen Alexandra Rd – offender forced padlock on shed – stole black & white Boardman bike and Bosch drill
 
Alderbury community area

16/12/18 – Thefts from vehicles (prior to 1-30am) – Hamptworth – offender damaged one vehicle in attempt to enter, smashed window of 2nd vehicle and stole Christmas presents, cash and other items
 
Wilton community area

17/12/18 – Theft (over 2 day period) – The Avenue, Wilton – offender entered compound and stole fuel from vehicles
 
Please contact us if you have any information which might assist us with our investigations into these incidents. Can I remind you all that crimes need to be reported via 101.
 
Two arrested in connection with theft of greyhound statues from Wilton pub
Two people have been arrested in connection with the theft of two greyhound statues outside a pub in Wilton.

We received a call at 7.45pm on  Tues 18th December about the theft of greyhound statues from outside the front of the Greyhound Inn, in Wilton.

Officers were given a description of a silver Peugeot van which had been seen at the scene, and officers from Wiltshire South Community Policing Team recognised it and successfully located the vehicle at an address in Heath Road.

A 35-year-old man from Harnham was arrested on suspicion of theft.

A 22-year-old man from Salisbury was arrested on suspicion of theft, possession of Class A drugs and possession of Class B drugs.

The van has been seized as part of our enquiries.

Community Co-ordinator Matt Holland, from Wiltshire South CPT, said: "This incident proves how vital good local knowledge and intelligence is in swiftly tracing suspects and making arrests.

"We would now urge anyone who has information about the theft to contact police.

"We have not yet located the greyhound statues so would specifically like to hear from anyone who has seen them or knows where they are."

You should call Wiltshire South CPT on 101, quoting crime reference 54180119670. Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

 
Pc Matt HOLLAND
Community Policing Coordinator
Wiltshire South (Salisbury) Community Policing Team


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