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Alert message sent 05/02/2019 12:42:00

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Hi all,

Please see the list below for the community impactive crimes/incidents for the Devizes area since last Monday.
  Area   Type Time   Notes
  Devizes   Crime - Theft 28/01/2019 08:29   MONDAY MARKET STREET, DEVIZES, WILTSHIRE UK SN10 1DN  Known suspect has entered the store selected 6 bottles of wine To the Value Of £22.50 then left making no attempt to pay.  
  Devizes   Crime - Theft 28/01/2019 11:50   VALE LANE CAR PARK, RENDELLS COURT, DEVIZES, UK SN10 1AH Unknown suspect has removed and stolen the battery from the ticket machine by unknown methods.  
  Devizes   Crime – Public Order offences 26/01/2019 12:20   HIGH STREET, DEVIZES, WILTSHIRE UK SN10 1AR Unknown suspect was seen to be shouting racist comments in public and performing the Nazi salute. He also made references to 'white power' and the Holocaust being a lie.  
  Devizes   Crime - Theft 29/01/2019 16:10   MARYPORT STREET, DEVIZES, WILTSHIRE UK SN10 1AG Known male suspect stole a number fire logs by concealing them and leaving the store without making any attempt to pay. He remained outside of the store where he was subsequently arrested.  
  Devizes   Crime - Theft 31/01/2019 11:20   MARYPORT STREET, DEVIZES, WILTSHIRE UK SN10 1AJ Female has been stopped after an attempt to put her hand in another females purse.  
  Devizes   Crime - Theft 31/01/2019 15:15   MARKET PLACE, DEVIZES, UK SN10 1JG Unknown male and female have entered store and selected high value make up and skincare products To the Value Of £250.00. Left store without making any attempt at payment  
  Market Lavington   Transport - Road related offence 01/02/2019 00:44   HIGH STREET, MARKET LAVINGTON, WILTSHIRE UK SN10 4AG Female arrested for driving while intoxicated.  
  Devizes   Transport - Road related offence 04/02/2019 09:06    LONDON ROAD, DEVIZES, WILTSHIRE UK SN10 1LR Vehicle seized for no tax.  
  Devizes   Crime - Theft 04/02/2019 11:45   MONDAY MARKET STREET, DEVIZES, WILTSHIRE UK SN10 1DN Known female has entered the store through the town centre entrance, then walked down one of the aisles that are not covered by cameras, looked round the end of the aisle and saw a member of staff. At this point, she backed up in to the aisle that was not covered before concealing a 1L bottle of Morgan Spiced Rum at £18 and a 70CL bottle of Whitley Neil Rhubarb Vodka at £22 in her bag. She then walked back up the aisle that was not covered by camera and left through the same entrance. She was challenged by a member of staff but did not stop and made no attempt to pay for the items.  
  Devizes   Crime - Theft 04/02/2019 15:02    ESTCOURT STREET, DEVIZES, WILTSHIRE UK SN10 1LA One male and one female suspect have entered a supermarket and have removed the security tags from 4 bottles of alcohol and placed the de tagged alcohol in their trolley along with a joint of lamb value of £176.52. The suspects have tried to leave the store with the goods but have been deterred by staff standing near the exit and have then dumped their trolley in an aisle and left the store. /  
  Devizes   Transport - Road related offence 04/02/2019 20:15   LONDON ROAD, DEVIZES, WILTSHIRE UK SN10 1LR Vehicle stopped and seized for having no insurance.  
  Devizes   Crime - Theft 05/02/2019 09:12   COUCH LANE, DEVIZES, UK SN10 1EB  Unknown suspect(s) have stolen lead from the roof of location.  
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