Local crime updates

Alert message sent 21/01/2019 13:43:00

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Hi Everyone,

Please see the local impactive crimes/incidents for the Devizes area since last Monday.
  Area   Type Time   Notes
  Worton   Crime - Burglary Residential (Dwelling) 14/01/2019 08:46   HIGH STREET, WORTON, WILTSHIRE UK SN10 Unknown suspect(s) have forced entry to a dwelling currently under renovation by removing window boarding. Inside they have stolen copper piping and tools. Dwelling is currently not being lived in.
  Worton   Crime - Burglary Residential (Dwelling) 14/01/2019 09:15   HIGH STREET, WORTON, WILTSHIRE UK SN10  Unknown suspect has broken into secure property under renovation and stolen items from within. Property is currently empty
  Devizes   Crime - Drug Offence 15/01/2019 14:42   STANFORD COURT, SHEEP STREET, DEVIZES, UK SN10 Suspect has been stopped and has been found to be in possession of a small amount of cannabis.
  Devizes   Crime - Drug Offence 17/01/2019 08:27   NEW PARK STREET, DEVIZES, WILTSHIRE UK SN10 2 males arrested for possession with intent to supply class B - 60 tablets of suspected MDMA thrown as one made off on foot. / /
  Devizes   Crime - Theft 19/01/2019 13:18   CASTLE LANE, DEVIZES, WILTSHIRE UK SN10 Unknown person(s) have jumped over the fence surrounding the IP's garden and have taken a garden ornament. Unknown suspect(s) have then smashed the ornament on the pavement outside the IP's home address, causing permanent damage. / PROPERTY: cement garden owl ornament
  Lavington   Crime – Vehicle offences 19/01/2019 13:50   LAVINGTON LANE, LITTLETON PANELL, WILTSHIRE UK SN10 An unknown suspect has stolen a bag containing diabetic monitoring system in it and a wallet containing bank cards and a driving licence.
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