Chippenham Crime Updates

Alert message sent 08/04/2019 09:17:00

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

03/04/2019 13:00 - Unknown suspect(s) has stolen a mobile phone from the roof of her car whilst she was filling her vehicle with fuel at Morrison's fuel station. Phone is a Samsung S8 in silver in a pink case with bank cards and some cash.

03/04/2019 16:45 – Paul Christian, 46 years old from Goatacre, stole two crates of flowers from outside a florist in the High Street, Chippenham TVO £90 officers attended and the male was located a short time later, he was arrested and charged and will appear at Swindon Court on 08/05/2019 09:30 hours. Both crates of flowers were also recovered and returned to the shop.

05/04/2019 00:01 - 05/04/2019 07:30 Unknown suspects have entered the back garden of a property on Queens Crescent and stole a mountain bike which was chained up to the wall. Unknown suspects have removed the chain and bolt from the wall. Property - Carrera men's mountain bike TVO £200.

05/04/2019 17:30 - 06/04/2019 07:00 Unknown suspect has stolen a white Mercedes Sprinter parked in Middleleaze, inside the van were tools TVO £20,000.

05/04/2019 21:00 - 06/04/2019 07:00 Unknown suspect(s) have gained entry to a silver Ford Transit van parked on Curlew Drive and stole: 4 x Sthil petrol leaf blowers TVO £150 each, a Mikhita Radion TVO £100 and 2 x radio batteries TVO £50. Also his wallet that was in the front of the vehicle, had been stolen, containing £100 and credit and debit cards.

07/04/2019 15:24 Stephen Hayward from Ladyfield Road was arrested for being drunk and disorderly, shouting at children in a public place, he was issued with a Fixed Penalty Ticket
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Ali Duncan (Police, Community Support Officer, North Wiltshire Community Policing Team)

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