Weekly Crime Summary - Salisbury CPT - Friday 3rd May

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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 27th April (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
 
27/04 – Burglary – St Marks Rd – offender forced entry to 2 sheds at nearby homes and stole Makita drill
27/04 – Criminal Damage – Westwood Rd – offender damaged wing morrors of 2 parked vehicles
27/04 – Burglary – Community centre, St Michaels Rd – offender prised open window, entered office and stole mobile phone
29/04 – Burglary – Hatches Lane – offender damaged fence to access compound, then stole 25 x oak sleepers
02/05 – Criminal Damage – Saunders Avenue – offender entered area under renovation and smashed door of mini digger

Alderbury community area

28/04 – Burglary – Vicarage Pk, Redlynch – offender forced open doors of summer house, nothing stolen
29/04 – Theft – Hyde Lane, Downton – offender stole new gate to childrens play area
30/04 – Theft – Wick Lane, Downton – offender cut chain and stole aluminium 6’6” single axle trailer
 
Wilton community area

28/04 – Burglary – Dinton – offender smashed glass panel and entered unoccupied house – nothing stolen
 
Pc Matt HOLLAND
Community Policing Coordinator
Wiltshire South (Salisbury) Community Policing Team


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