Chippenham Crime updates

Alert message sent 27/02/2019 14:41:00

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Hello, latest crime from Chippenham Town Centre. If you would like to discuss/any information regarding below incidents please call 101 or reply to this message. regards Ali Duncan 6185

21/02/2019 10:00-11:00 Unknown persons have distracted a female shopping in Tesco's Metro, Emery Gate, Chippenham whilst she was leaving the store and have taken her purse from the trolley. The purse contained, bank cards, money.

22/02/2019 11:30 - 22/02/2019 12:00 An unknown male has distracted an 85 year old lady shopping in Wilkinson's whilst she was packing her shopping into her trolley, by talking to her. By doing so, the lady has forgotten to put her handbag back into her shopping trolley and by the time the lady had re-entered the shop, realising she left it on the seat, her handbag was gone. It was described being small black leather zip handbag with house key, glasses, bus pass, torch and a letter inside.

19/02/2019 15:00 - Unknown suspect has poured a white foamy liquid over a grey BMW parked on Wessex Road which has gone hard and extremely difficult to remove. It is believed the paintwork and body of the car will have damage underneath.

17/02/2019 21:00 - 22/02/2019 09:30 Unknown suspect has cut the padlock off a chain holding a push bike secured to a lamp post on Bumpers Way, the suspect has then stolen the bike.

24/02/2019 15:35 - 24/02/2019 15:40 Unknown male has walked out of Robert Dyas with an Akai Bluetooth Wireless Outdoor Sound Cannon making no attempt to pay or to conceal it. Value of theft £19.99.

21/02/2019 14:40 - 21/02/2019 15:48 Stephen Bosley, 46 years old from Louise Rayner Place was arrested for being Drunk and Disorderly on Westmead Lane, he was charged and will appear at Court on 27/03/2019 13:30 hours.
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Elizabeth Duncan (Police, Community Support Officer, Wiltshire North Community Policing Team)

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