Crime Update - Salisbury CPT - Friday 22nd March

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Wiltshire South (Salisbury) Community Policing Team –
Weekly Crime summary

 
Crimes will be listed by location under the headings of Salisbury, Alderbury (area traditionally policed from Alderbury Police Stn) and Wilton (area traditionally policed from Wilton Police Stn). 

Please find below a summary of local crimes which have been reported since Sat 16th March (Please note this is a summary, it is not possible to list all crimes due to confidentiality issues e.g. some violent offences or for domestic disputes).

 
Salisbury
 
18/03/19 – Theft (1130-1150am) – Charity shop Catherine St -offender stole purse and contents left on shopping trolley
18/03/19 – Theft (8am-3-40pm) – Tournament Rd – offender entered garden and stole pressure washer
19/03/19 – Theft (o/night) – Elm Grove – offender stole moped from car park
20/03/19 – Theft from vehs (approx. 2-30am) – Hoadley Green/ Anderson Rd – offenders gained entry to 3 vans and stole Dewalt and other power tools – suspects seen to run off and drive away in dark hatchback car – enqs continue
21/03/19 – Burglary – Wyndham Rd – see witness appeal below
21/03/19 – Theft (o/night) – Queen Alexandra Rd – offender stole lead from porch roof
21/03/19 – Burglary (over 2 day period) – Kelsey Rd – offender gained entry to shed and stole hedgecutter, blower and strimmer
 
Alderbury community area

16/03/19 – Criminal Damage (over 3 day period) – Nomansland – offender caused damage to sign on gate – appears to be catapult or pellets
18/03/19 – Theft (over 3 day period) – Laverstock schools site – offender stole catalytic converter from minibus and caused damage in attempt to steal from another minibus
19/03/19 – Theft – Land off Firs Rd, Alderbury – offender forced padlock and drove onto land – towed and stole blue/white water bowser
20/03/19 – Burglary (over 2 week period) – Wick Lane, Downton – offender stole Stihl cutter and Paslode nail gun from garage
20/03/19 – Theft – Blandford Rd, Coombe Bissett – offender stole wacker plate from open barn
 
Wilton community area

16/03/19 – Robbery – Wilton – see witness appeal below
18/03/19 – Theft (over 2 day period) – South Newton – offender stole catalytic converter from vehicle
20/03/19 – Criminal Damage – Churchill Ct, Wilton – offender smashed window of van – nothing stolen
20/03/19 – Att Theft – South Newton – offender gained entry to vans causing damage – nothing stolen
21/03/19 – Theft – Dinton – offender stole handbag from insecure car
 
Witness appeal after Salisbury burglary
We’re appealing for witnesses to come forward after a woman disturbed a man stealing electrical items from her Salisbury home in the early hours of Thursday morning (21.3.19).

The victim was asleep around 2.30am and, after being woken by noises coming from downstairs, went to investigate.

She then saw a male fleeing from the front of the house, in Wyndham Road, and discovered that her television and a laptop were missing.
PC Jack Billington, from Salisbury Police, said: “We need anyone who may have witnessed anything suspicious in that area, around that time, to come forward and let us know.
“Any detail, no matter how small, could be really useful to us. Burglary is a really devastating crime and leaves the victims feeling extremely vulnerable in the one place they should feel the most safe.” 
Two suspects were arrested on suspicion of burglary.
If you were in the area and saw anything suspicious, please call 101 and quote crime reference number 54190027749.

Witness appeal - Robbery in Wilton
We're investigating a robbery which took place in the early hours of Saturday 16 March 2019 in Wilton.

At around 1 am, the victim, a taxi driver was flagged down in St Andrews Close at the junction of Bulbridge Road by a woman. 

The woman distracted the driver enabling a man to approach the car. The man assaulted the victim and demanded that he hand over cash before they both ran off towards Randall Croft Road.

The victim sustained a small injury to his neck in the incident.

The woman was described as white, mid - late 20's, petite and was wearing a brown/green cagoule.

The man was described as white, also aged in his mid to late 20's, approximately 6ft tall. He was wearing a padded jacket, jeans and white trainers.

Searches were conducted in the area and further enquiries are currently ongoing.

If you have information about the incident or the identities of the suspects please call DC Michael Boshier at Salisbury CID on 101 quoting reference 54190026049. 

Alternatively call Crimestoppers 0800 555 111 anonymously.
stained a small injury to his neck in the incident.
The woman was described as white, mid - late 20's, petite and was wearing a brown/green cagoule.The man was described as white, also aged in his mid to late 20's, approximately 6ft tall. He was wearing a padded jacket, jeans and white trainers.Searches were conducted in the area and further enquiries are currently ongoing.If you have information about the incident or the identities of the suspects please call DC Michael Boshier at Salisbury CID on 101 quoting reference 54190026049. Alternatively call Crimestoppers 0800 555 111 anonymously.
Pc Matt HOLLAND
Community Policing Coordinator
Wiltshire South (Salisbury) Community Policing Team


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