Farm and Horse Watch Newsletter

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Recent Crime and Incidents
Update of Crimes/Incidents throughout Wiltshire affecting Farms, Horse owners, Yards and Rural areas.

Crime Type

Month – Mar 2021

2 x Trailer Thefts
1 x Attempt barn break in (cycle)


1 x Digger/Trailer
1 x Stable Equipment
1 x Hedge Trimmer
1 x Carpet

Criminal Damage
2 x Crop damage
1 x Gate damage
1 x Stable damage
1 x Barbed Wire Fencing
1 x Farm Machinery 
1 x Boat damage
1 x ASB


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Crime Prevention Advice (Wilts Police website)

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