15th - 21st March - WARMINSTER

Alert message sent 22/03/2021 12:57:00

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Warminster Community Area


Local Impactive Crimes 15th – 21st March 2021

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.



Reported time 15/03/2021 09:25
Occurrence between 13/03/2021 15/03/2021 08:00
HEYTESBURY – aggrieved person has 3 garages part of a block that are not attached to any houses one of the garages has been broken into, appears bolt croppers have been used numerous bike parts have been stolen

Reported time 10:51
Occurrence between 16/03/2021 17:15 16/03/2021 17:30
VICTORIA ROAD – aggrieved person went to the aid of an unknown female whose 'Rottweiler' type puppy/dog had run out of the house and was in the road. While trying to get the dog off the road aggrieved person sustained a dog bite to her hand.

Reported time 17/03/2021 08:22
Occurrence between 16/03/2021 17:10 16/03/2021 17:10
CHAPMANSLADE – reporting person reporting that he was driving from Warminster towards Bath on the A36 and has hit a stray dog on the main road from Black dog farm towards the roundabout. Unknown if dog sustained any injuries.

Reported time 21/03/21 17:53
Occurrence between 21/03/2021 17:53 21/03/2021 17:53
TYTHERINGTON - Unknown suspects have been seen unloading items from a trailer and leaving them in a field.

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