Weekly Crime Summary - Salisbury - Tuesday 24th March 2020

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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 Mon 16th March (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**


54200027187 - Crime – Vehicle offences 16/03/2020 - ST TERESAS CLOSE, BISHOPDOWN - Unknown suspect has stolen the vehicle index plates from parked VW Golf
54200027334 - Crime – Vehicle offences 17/03/2020 - BURFORD ROAD, HARNHAM -Unknown suspect has stolen the index plates from parked VW Golf

54200027347 -Crime - Burglary Business and Community 17/03/2020 WAIN-A-LONG ROAD- Unknown suspect/s have gained entry to lock-up by stripping off the slate tiles and making a hole in the felt roofing. The suspect/s have stolen 2 x rolls of lead

54200027511 -Crime – Criminal Damage 17/03/2020 - HIGH STREET, SALISBURY- Unknown young suspects have climbed onto a roof, then smashed a window to gain entry into the upstairs/ unused area of building. Nothing stolen

54200028045 - Crime – Criminal Damage 19/03/2020 - WILTON ROAD - Unknown suspect/s have smashed the drivers door window and rear passenger window of parked vehicle. Nothing stolen from the vehicle

54200028275 - Crime – Theft 19/03/2020 PERSIMMON SITE, DEVIZES RD (multiple thefts over last month) Unknown suspects have stolen lead from the porches of the houses that are being built

54200028825 -Crime – Theft 21/03/2020 - FISHERTON STREET - Unknown suspect has stolen red Apollo Phase bike from outside the rear of building. CCTV enqs ongoing

54200029074 - Crime – Theft (over 10 day period up to 17/03) BLAKEY ROAD - Unknown suspect has stolen black Carrera Vulcan bike whilst it was secured in a car park.
54200029372 - Crime – Theft 23/03/2020 DEVIZES ROAD - Unknown offender/s have entered the garage and stolen a large amount of fishing equipment

Alderbury community area

54200028422 - Crime – Vehicle offences 20/03/2020 - COMMON ROAD, WHITEPARISH - Unknown suspect(s) gained access to vehicle and stole multiple power tools from rear of the vehicle.
54200028501 -Crime - Burglary Business and Community 20/03/2020 - A36 LANDFORD – Unknown suspect/s have attempted to break into the office and jemmied the side door triggering the alarm, no entry gained

54200028722 - Crime - Burglary Business and Community 20/03/2020 - SOUTHAMPTON ROAD, WHITEPARISH-  Business premises has been broken into by unknown suspects, they have caused damage to a perimeter fence and put a hole in the wall to gain access to an office. One power tool has been stolen

54200029031 - Crime – Theft 22/03/2020 PETERSFINGER ROAD, PETERSFINGER - Unknown suspect has stolen 2 antique Georgian plant urns from outside front door
54200029538 - Crime – Theft - 24/03/2020 WEST WINTERSLOW – Suspects forced hitch lock/ wheel lock and stole a 7m twin axle flatbed trailer

Wilton community area

No crimes to report during this period

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