WARMINSTER COMMUNITY AREA - Local Impactive Crimes -1st to 18th October 2020

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Warminster Community Area

WARMINSTER

Local Impactive Crimes 1st October – 18th October 2020

Please find below a summary of local impactive crimes, considered suitable for public dissemination, within the Warminster Community Area.

If you can provide information for any of the crimes, please call Wiltshire Police on 101 quoting the relevant reference number.

Emergencies/Crimes in progress must be reported using 999. Non-emergency police matters can be reported using 101.

For more information about crimes/incidents in your area, please visit the Warminster Area CPT Crime Map: https://www.wiltshire.police.uk/article/5438/Crime-Map-for-Warminster-Area-CPT

Find out more about your Community Policing Team here: https://www.wiltshire.police.uk/article/5435/Warminster-Area-CPT

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B&M - Unknown suspect has entered the store at 17.28 then is joined by another unknown suspect and filled their bags with items TVO (unknown) and left without attempting to pay

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B&M - Unknown female suspect has entered the store and goes to the alcohol aisle and puts cans into a bag. She then goes to the electrical aisle and is there for a while filling a bag. She heads to the tills and steps over the till barrier where a staff member challenges her. She gives back a projector back and leaves without paying for the other items.

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Demerol Road - Unknown suspects have smashed and snapped the RP's nearside wing mirror off. It is an electric wing mirror and will need completely replacing. The RP has no witnesses or CCTV but there were several other cars with the same damage

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Morrisons - Unknown suspect has selected 16 x bottles of Bells Whiskey and other items from the display and then left through the exit doors setting off the alarm. No attempt was made to make payment

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Lyme Avenue - Unknown suspect(s) climbed over the IP's cast iron side gate knocking the top off to gain access to the garage to the rear of the property. The unknown suspect(s) jemmied the slide bolt off on the side of the up and over door causing it to break off and be left on the ground. The IP's dogs started barking and the suspect(s) left without gaining access to the garage. The IP's shed near the garage was not damaged and no entry was gained.

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Maiden Bradley - Unknown suspect has vandalised a pheasant pen by unknown means.

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Moto Hospitality - Bath Road - Suspect filled up at pump 6, came in the store asked for a regular and only paid for the coffee and left. Suspect was not asked if he had any fuel by the cashier. Suspect then drove off without coming back and paying for the fuel. £10.06

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Hunterhall Road - Unknown suspect/s have entered the IP's unlocked stables and have stolen 2 x rugs, 1 x fleece, 1 x feed bucket, 1 x bag of Mole Valley food TVO £13, 2 x bags bedding TVO £30, magic supplement TVO £25 and a top spect balancer TVO £25

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Car Park, Emwell Street - Unknown suspect has stolen the IPs parked secured car from the car park overnight. The car contained the IPs childrens car seats and pushchairs. The IP is in possession of the only set of keys for the vehicle and there is no sign of smashed glass on the floor where the vehicle was parked.

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