Crime Updates

Alert message sent 18/11/2019 11:29:00

Information sent on behalf of Wiltshire Police


Please find below details relating to the Community Impactive Crimes that have occurred over the last  in the 72 hours in the Westbury, Warminster, Tisbury and Mere areas:

Westbury
 
Crime – violence against the person
 16/11/2019 23:43
ALFRED STREET, WESTBURY, The victim was approached by the suspect and punched to the face sustaining cuts to his head and face.  Another suspect punched and another victim causing unknown injuries and a female was punched to the face sustaining reddening and swelling to the face.

Crime – criminal damage
15/11/2019 18:00 to 16/11/2019 09:00
FORE STREET, WESTBURY, suspects have used spray paint over the front window, door and exterior walls of the victim’s house and vehicle.

Crime – criminal damage 
16/11/2019 00:40
PALOMINO PLACE, WESTBURY, a male suspect has approached an automatic door and kneed the door causing the outer pain of glass to smash.

Crime – criminal damage
 14/11/2019 15:30 to 15/11/2019 07:10
FROGMORE ROAD, WESTBURY, a suspect has caused damage to the victim's car using black spray paint.

Crime – Animals
17/11/2019 12:10
WESTBURY WHITE HORSE, WESTBURY, A male has allowed his dog to jump up at woman in a public place and then allowed the dog to bite through the cuffs of her jacket causing the fabric to be torn on both sleeves leaving the woman feeling shaky.

Warminster
 
Crime – criminal damage
17/11/2019 20:00 to 18/11/2019 04:00
WEYMOUTH STREET, WARMINSTER, suspects have caused damage to the victim's car wing mirrors, destroying one completely, the other one has been left hanging off.  They have also made a dent in the bonnet of the vehicle.


Tisbury
 
No reports
 
Mere
 
Crime – criminal damage
17/11/2019 20:00 to 18/11/2019 04:00
NORTON FERRIS, Four males have been detained after the vehicle that they were in was seen driving across the field causing damage to the crops. Enquiries are ongoing.


Can I please remind you all, that any crimes need to be reported via 101, or 999 in an emergency. I am unable to take reports of crime via e-mail.

Thanks
 
Darren Foulger
 
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Darren Foulger (Police, Community Co-ordinator, CPT West Wiltshire )

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