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Recent Incidents and Crime
Date and Time
Crime Reference

St Thomas’
14/12/2021 07:41
Unknown Suspect tried to force open the lid of the donations collection box in a church.

14/12/2021 13:57
unknown person has tried to force open the donation box in the church, no access was gained.  the church is open 24 hours a day and the box is secured to the wall

Kingsdown Swindon
06/12/2021 18:36
Unknown suspect has cut off the flowers to a wreath the IP has bought and put on his wife's gravestone.

10/12/2021 13:10
Known male and female have caused damage to the IPs trellis work which has been removed from the fencing by unknown means. By the trellis there were some ornaments at the IPs dogs grave and a silver angel has been removed.

Salisbury Cathedral
19/12/2021 15:29
Unknown youths have been seen to pour hand sanitizer and then set fire to a wooden structure within the grounds of the cathedral

Beechcroft  Swindon
20/12/2021 09:27
Unknown suspect(s) have thrown a stone through a window of the church building causing the pane of glass to break. Cost of damage unknown.

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Tracy Ince (Police, Watch Coordinator, HQ)

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