Calne Police crime and incident update for Wc 16 03 2020

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Calne police crime and incident update for W/c 16/03/2020

1/ on 11/03/2020 at 2:58hrs, black Volkswagen Golf was stopped in The High Street, Calne due to a defective light.
Upon officers conferring with the driver a strong smell of cannabis was coming from within the vehicle. A 20 year old local male from Melksham was found in possession of a small amount of cannabis. He has been issued with a Cannabis street warning for being found to be in possession of a class B drug.

2/ Between the dates of 01/02/2020 and 11/03/2020 a red Volkswagen Golf has been causing a nuisance in in the rural areas Bremhill near Calne whilst driving at inappropriate speeds and passing horse with no regards for the safety of the horse or rider. The owner/user of the vehicle has been given strong words of advice in regards to the standard of his driving. Police patrols will be done throughout our rural areas over the coming weeks to monitor this issue.

4/ On 06/03/2020 at 21:19hrs, an unknown person was captured on Calne CCTV damaging a tree in the Pop-up park in The Pippin, Calne.
If you have any information in regards to this matter, please contact us on the 101 number asking for the information to be passed onto PCSO Mark Cook at Calne Police.
Many thanks

3/ Witness appeal: Criminal Damage.
This happened between 13/03/2020 21:00 and 14/03/2020 09:00hrs in Braemor Road, Calne
Unknown suspect/s have keyed a silver Volkswagen Polo along the driver’s side from the wing mirror to bottom of the vehicle.
If you have any information which may assist us with our enquiries in relation to this crime, please contact Wiltshire Police on 101, quoting the crime reference number: 54200026538.
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Mark Cook (Police, PCSO, CPT Calne)
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