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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 currently take reports of crime via email
54190006779 Crime – Vehicle offences 21/01/2019 07:17   STUART GREEN, WARMINSTER, (ER11) overnight on the 20th Jan suspect (s) have entered a secured, parked vehicle via the rear door, which they have broken the handle off and once inside have made an extensive search of the vehicle and have stolen Batteries, Angle Grinders, a Battery drill and an impact drill.
54190006782 Crime - Burglary Business 21/01/2019 07:37   SHAFTESBURY ROAD, MERE, (EV12) Between the 18th – 21st Jan suspect(s) have gained entry into a building yard via the metal fencing that surrounds the site, ripped down the CCTV and have then gained entry to 3 containers by forcing the locks on the doors using a screwdriver and have stolen various items, including a First Aid kit, cleaning products, 2 sets of walkie talkies, keys to 50 houses, site plan with the house numbers on and various hand tools. They have also stolen the CCTV hard drive off the camera.
54190006793 Crime – Vehicle offences 21/01/2019 09:10   UPPER MARSH ROAD, WARMINSTER, (ER11) Overnight on the 20th Jan suspect(s) have gained entry via back doors to works van parked unattended on a drive, and removed Makita drill set and circular saw.
54190006795 Crime - Theft 21/01/2019 09:17   SHAFTESBURY ROAD, MERE, (EV12) Between the 18th and 21st Jan suspects have entered a building site via the surrounding mesh fencing. They have used cutting gear to gain access into a container and emptied it taking items such as plumbing fittings, tools.
54190006804 Crime –Criminal Damage 21/01/2019 09:37   LAKE PLEASURE GROUNDS, WEYMOUTH STREET, WARMINSTER, (ER11) Overnight on the 19th Jan youths have vandalised 3 heras fencing panels which have been bent into pieces. The fencing was erected around the paddling pool.
54190006847 Crime - Theft 21/01/2019 10:57   CRUSADER PARK, CENTURION WAY, WARMINSTER, (ER11) Between the 18th – 21st Jan suspect/s have removed metal aircraft rotor blade sections from a pallet which was left outside the premises.
54190006860 Crime – Vehicle offences 21/01/2019 11:24   LOWER MARSH ROAD, WARMINSTER, WILTSHIRE UK BA12 9PB (ER11) Two unknown males have gained entry to the IP's van by using an unknown tool to pop open the lock. Nothing has been stolen as the van was empty.
54190007100 Crime – Vehicle offences 21/01/2019 21:05   MARTIN CREST, WARMINSTER, (ER11) offenders have gained access to a parked and unattended vehicle by unknown means and have taken power tools from the back of the vehicle.
54190007139 Crime - Burglary Business 21/01/2019 23:08   SEMLEY COMMON NORTHEAST C43 TO BILLHAY BRIDGE CROSSROADS, SEMLEY, (EV12) suspect(s) have cut the padlock off the door to the dairy to gain entry. They have also ripped out the security light.
54190007181 Crime – Vehicle offences 22/01/2019 08:43   BRADLEY ROAD, WARMINSTER, (ER11) Overnight on the 21st a suspect has tried to Jemmy the rear sliding doors both sides of a vehicle, entry not gained, wheel arches are dented.
54190007189 Crime – Vehicle offences 22/01/2019 09:07   WESTBURY ROAD, EDINGTON, (EG12) Overnight on the 21st Jan suspect(s) have rifled through 2 unlocked vehicles. Both vehicles were parked on a driveway. Nothing appears to have been damaged or stolen.
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