Local Impactive Crimes 26th April to 2nd May 2021

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Warminster Community Area


Local Impactive Crimes 26th April to 2nd May 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 26/04/2021 12:52
Occurrence 26/04/2021 12:52 25/04/2021 12:52
WARMINSTER - Unknown suspect has phoned the reporting person on her home landline claiming to be a Police officer investigating an offence involving counterfeit currency. Aggrieved person has been persuaded to take a taxi to her Bank and withdraw the sum of £4000 and was instructed to return home with the cash. Staff have become concerned about the aggrieved person withdrawing such a large amount of cash and call Police.

Reported time 28/04/2021 16:43
Occurrence between 27/04/2021 15:15 27/04/2021 15:15
WARMINSTER - 2x unknown males have entered the estate, appearing to be walking a dog, however the estate is a cul de sac and therefor nowhere to go. Males have spent quite some time in the estate and walked around everywhere. Males have then driven off it a van, with one male hiding his face as driving past reporting person's house.

Reported time 28/04/2021 22:05
Occurrence between 28/04/2021 22:05 28/04/2021 22:05
BOREHAM ROAD - Unknown male has been seen getting a dog bed out the back of his car and what looks like 5-6 puppies and putting them in another car and then left

Reported time 30/04/2021 18:33
Occurrence between 30/04/2021 18:33 30/04/2021 18:33
PEPPER PLACE - Unknown youths have entered old building site, were seen by reporting person to smash windows and enter the building

Reported time 30/04/2021 23:03
Occurrence 30/04/2021 22:50 30/04/2021 22:50
QUEENSWAY - Unknown suspect(s) have thrown a bottle at the window of aggrieved person's porch. This has caused the outer window to have a hole in it, aggrieved person believes this is going to shatter further overnight. Cost of damage is unknown.

Reported time 01/05/2021 11:33
Occurrence 01/05/2021 11:33 01/02/2021 11:33
WARMINSTER - Rogue traders have come to address and claimed there was something wrong with her roof. They have shown a picture claiming it was of the problem, but reporting person recognised it was not their roof. They have then gone to a neighbours who have had work done, however they are not supportive as they are happy with the work done.

Reported time 01/05/2021 16:38
Occurrence between 01/05/2021 14:47 01/05/2021 13:57
MASEFIELD ROAD - Unknown male has attempted to steal aggrieved person’s pedal cycle which was chained to fence in aggrieved person's front garden. Male shouted "Dad" up at aggrieved person's window before aggrieved person's dog started barking and male left the garden. Incident captured on aggrieved person's sound-recording Ring doorbell.

Reported time 03/05/2021 00:55
Occurrence 02/05/2021 17:15 02/05/2021 17:35
MARSH STREET - Unknown male suspect has been setting a Greyhound type breed dog on hares. The suspect has been using a large stick to coax them out of the bushes where the dog was waiting. The dog has managed to catch a hare, which the suspect has picked up and teased the dog with, making sure it got a scent. The suspect has then put the hare into a black plastic back and walked off.

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