Weekly Crime Summary - Salisbury - Sat 29th February

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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 Friday 21st February. (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).

**Crime reference numbers added – date listed is date of report to Police**

Salisbury

54200018763 - Crime – Criminal Damage 22/02/2020 - MYRRFIELD ROAD, BISHOPDOWN - Unknown suspect has fired a ball bearing at conservatory window which has caused the outer double glazing pane to shatter.

54200018807 - Crime – Criminal Damage 22/02/2020 - MEYRICK AVENUE- Unknown suspect has ripped the wing mirror off vehicle, causing damage
 
54200018846 - Crime – Criminal Damage ST. DAVIDS CLOSE, BISHOPDOWN- 2 Unknown teenage male suspects have approached the house and have thrown stones at the kitchen window causing it to break. CCTV available

54200019140 - Crime – Criminal Damage 24/02/2020- WILTON ROAD - Unknown suspect has knocked the wing mirror off parked vehicle and caused other damage
 
54200019196 - Crime – Vehicle offences 24/02/2020 CASTLE ROAD - Unknown suspect(s) have attempted to unscrew the wheel nuts off the rear side passenger tyre leaving the wrench at scene. Nothing has been stolen from the vehicle.

54200019218 - Crime – Criminal Damage 24/02/2020 - PRIORY SQUARE- Unknown suspect(s) have vandalised the planters outside Shop Mobility – repeat offence

54200019522 - Crime – Theft - 24/02/2020 - CARMELITE WAY - 2 unknown suspects have entered communal area and stolen 2 children's bikes - 26" Stealth Mountain Bike (Black/ Blue) and 24" Carrera Mountain bike (green/white)

54200019549 - Crime – Criminal Damage 24/02/2020 - ASHLEY ROAD - Two unknown suspects have smashed a rear window of parked vehicle and also damaged the bumper and wing-mirrors.
 
54200020017 - Crime - Burglary (Shed/Garage etc) 26/02/2020 - ST. PETERS PLACE, DEVIZES ROAD - Overnight, unknown suspect has forced entry into a shed and stolen various plumbing equipment including copper pipes, showers and taps.

54200020094 - Crime – Criminal Damage 26/02/2020 - NETHERHAMPTON ROAD - Unknown suspect(s) have damaged the bonnet of the vehicle which was parked in a resident carpark. 2 large scratches have been caused across the bonnet.

54200020248 - Crime – Criminal Damage 26/02/2020 HARTLEY WAY, BISHOPDOWN - Unknown suspect has smashed the outer pane of the double glazed window to the rear of property
 
54200020266 - Crime – Criminal Damage 26/02/2020 - PILGRIMS MEAD, BISHOPDOWN - Unknown offender has thrown or fired an object at a conservatory window causing a golf ball sized hole in the pane of glass

54200020685 - Crime – Vehicle offences 27/02/2020 ELM GROVE ROAD - Unknown offenders attempted to gain access to a parked tipper truck. They tried to force the nearside rear window frame and kicked and hit the window before throwing a piece of stonework through the glass, causing damage. The offender/s have then reached inside and stole a STIHL stone-cutting tool
 
54200020834 - Crime – Theft 28/02/2020 - DEVIZES ROAD -Unknown suspect(s) removed and stole a bespoke garden gate – 7ft by 3ft solid wooden gate

54200020952 - Crime – Vehicle offences - 28/02/2020 - GLENMORE BUSINESS PARK - Unknown offender/s removed and stole the catalytic converter from work van whilst parked outside industrial unit

Alderbury community area

54200018856 -Crime – Criminal Damage 22/02/2020 ROMAN MEADOW, DOWNTON - Unknown suspect(s) has smashed the passenger side wing mirror of parked vehicle

54200018963 - Crime – Vehicle offences 23/02/2020 -PARTRIDGE WAY, OLD SARUM - Unknown suspect has smashed the rear windscreen of parked vehicle

54200019061 - Crime – Criminal Damage 23/02/2020 THE BOROUGH, DOWNTON Suspects caused damage to wing mirror of parked car. Suspects have been identified and interviews arranged

54200019867 - Crime - Burglary (Shed/Garage etc) 25/02/2020 - MOOR LANE, REDLYNCH - Unknown suspect(s) gained access to an outbuilding and stole wood, also attempted to steal lead drain pipe.

54200020029 - Crime – Theft 26/02/2020 - MOOT GARDENS, DOWNTON -Unknown suspect/s have stolen a cat ornament from wall at the front of property

54200020225 - Crime – Vehicle offences 26/02/2020 BUTTERFURLONG ROAD, EAST GRIMSTEAD - Unknown suspect(s) have stolen a climbing bag, two chainsaws and two hedge trimmers from parked work van.

54200020341 - Crime – Vehicle offences 26/02/2020 – DOWNTON - Unknown suspect(s) gained entry to vehicle and stole wallet. Bank car subsequently used locally to make contactless payments – CCTV enqs ongoing

54200020459 -Crime - Burglary Business and Community - 27/02/2020 - LONGFORD SERVICE STATION, SALISBURY ROAD, DOWNTON - Unknown suspect broke into building site and stole a dumper truck.

Wilton community area

54200018301 - Crime – Criminal Damage 21/02/2020 - SALISBURY AND SOUTH WILTSHIRE GOLF CLUB - Unknown suspects have caused damage to the greens by driving their vehicle and doing doughnuts and wheel spins in the grass.

54200019145 - Crime – Criminal Damage 24/02/2020 – ALVEDISTON - Suspects have fired a marble from a catapult at vehicle causing the windscreen to smash – CCTV enqs ongoing

Pc Matt HOLLAND
Salisbury Community Policing Team

SalisburyAreaCPT@wiltshire.pnn.police.uk
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