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Alert message sent 18/02/2019 10:34:00

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Hi all,

Please see the list below of community impactive crimes/incidents for the Devizes area since last Monday.
 
Area   Type Time   Notes
 
Devizes   Crime - Theft 11/02/2019 06:03   MONUMENT HILL, STERT, WILTSHIRE UK SN10 3HU Unknown suspect has gained entry to the yard by unknown means and stolen 3 power cables from generators.
Devizes   Crime - Theft 12/02/2019 12:37   KENNET AND AVON CANAL, DEVIZES, UK Unknown suspect has stolen small suitcase sized petrol generator from deck of canal boat
Market Lavington   Crime - Theft 13/02/2019 14:12   LEDGE HILL, MARKET LAVINGTON, DEVIZES, UK SN10 4NW  Unknown suspect/s have stolen a 6 metre folding roller and a feed manager stored in a field on the farm. Both items are of metal construction and are believed to have been cut up in situ. Approximate value £3000.
Devizes   Crime - Theft 13/02/2019 14:20   ESTCOURT STREET, DEVIZES, WILTSHIRE UK SN10 1LA 3 unknown suspects (2 males and 1 female) have entered store and stolen a bottle of Johnny Walker black label whiskey To the Value Of £28.50.
Devizes   Crime - Theft 16/02/2019 13:13   MARKET PLACE, DEVIZES, UK SN10 1JG Four unknown suspects have attempted to steal £450 of goods by concealing them in bags. when spotted they tipped the bags and fled
Devizes   Crime – Public Order offences 17/02/2019 02:38   THE MARKET PLACE, DEVIZES, WILTSHIRE UK SN10 1JQ Male has been arrested for being drunk and disorderly.
Devizes   Crime – Vehicle offences 18/02/2019 09:10   HOPTON ROAD, DEVIZES, WILTSHIRE UK SN10 2EH Unknown suspect/s have stolen the catalytic converter from the RP's vehicle.
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Paul Woodbridge (Police, Constable, Wiltshire East Community Policing Team )

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