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Weekly Crime Summary - Salisbury - Fri 24th Jan 2020

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Salisbury Community Policing Team –
Weekly Crime summary

Crimes will be listed by location under the headings of Salisbury, Alderbury (area traditionally policed from Alderbury Police Stn) and Wilton (area traditionally policed from Wilton Police Stn).

Please find below a summary of local crimes which have been reported since Saturday 18th January 2020. (Please note this is a summary, it is not possible to list all crimes due to confidentiality issues e.g. some violent offences or for domestic disputes).

**Crime reference numbers added – time listed is time of report to Police**


54200006009 - Crime – Theft 18/01/2020 14:54 - QUEEN ELIZABETH GARDENS, SALISBURY  Unknown suspect has snapped the lock of a push bike secured to wooden post and stolen the bike - Apollo Slant, red with white writing, black suspension forks, saddle bags, rack and lights
54200006597 Crime – Criminal Damage 20/01/2020 12:30 OFF DEVIZES RD, SALISBURY Victim noticed damage to an outer pane window of an upstairs bedroom. The hole has been caused by a 10mm ball bearing which was located on the terrace below.      

54200006822 Crime - Criminal Damage 20/01/2020 21:03 HIGHBURY AVENUE, SALISBURY, Unknown suspect(s) have thrown or fired an unknown item at window causing the outer pane to crack
54200006838 - Crime – Violence/ Criminal damage 20/01/2020 21:04 MILL ROAD, SALISBURY, Unknown suspect has fired a small metal bolt through a window. The bolt has struck the occupant, not causing any injuries but leaving a hole in the window.
54200006963 - Crime – Criminal Damage 21/01/2020 11:01 EXETER STREET, SALISBURY Unknown suspect/s have caused damage to driver side back window of vehicle. A hole has been caused in the window looking as though a catapult has been used
54200006982 Crime – Theft 21/01/2020 11:41 WINCHESTER STREET, SALISBURY -Unknown suspect has taken wallet which had been left in shop.      

54200007002 Crime – Theft 21/01/2020 12:32 SOUTHAMPTON ROAD, SALISBURY 2 x Unknown suspects came to back area of store, put full beam lights on, got out in hi-viz jackets and placed aluminium poles into back of truck and drove off.    
54200007382 Crime – Criminal Damage 22/01/2020 11:32 ST MARKS AVENUE, SALISBURY Unknown person has thrown/fired a projectile at window causing it to have a small hole in and make 3 small cracks.              
54200007765 Crime – Criminal Damage 23/01/2020 09:47 CRANEBRIDGE ROAD, SALISBURY Unknown suspect has thrown/ fired an unknown object at lounge window on the first floor causing damage to the outer glass of the double glazing.  

54200007985 Crime – Criminal Damage 23/01/2020 16:19 GAINSBOROUGH CLOSE, SALISBURY Unknown suspect(s) has used an unknown items to cause a crack to a window at the front of the property.
54200008108 Crime – Vehicle offences 23/01/2020 23:45 CASTLE ROAD, SALISBURY Unknown suspect has gained entry to vehicle by unknown means causing no reported damage. Suspect has stolen a wallet and contents from the side pocket.

54200008193 Crime – Theft 24/01/2020 10:24 ST. PETERS PLACE, DEVIZES ROAD, SALISBURY Unknown suspect/s have stolen the lead strip from a low level window

Alderbury community area

54200005915 Crime – Criminal Damage 18/01/2020 09:43 CATHERINE CRESCENT, DOWNTON Unknown suspect has fired a ball bearing towards car. The damage caused is a small single rear window.
54200007199 Crime – Theft 21/01/2020 20:21 BATCHELOR WAY, DOWNTON Unknown suspects have stolen bike's -one was a Carrera black and green and the other was a grey and white GT
54200007341 Crime – Theft 22/01/2020 10:22 LONG DROVE, EAST GRIMSTEAD Suspects have stolen the 2x field batteries
54200008146 Crime – Vehicle offences 24/01/2020 07:45 VICARAGE ROAD, LOVER Unknown suspect has smashed the rear windscreen works vehicle parked on driveway. Nothing stolen
54200008212 Crime – Theft 24/01/2020 11:19 STOCKBRIDGE ROAD, LOPCOMBE Unknown persons, males with Torches have been seen to climb the fence into a secure compound. Walk around the site and look at the Machinery. Moulded Floor Mat and master fuse stolen

Wilton community area

54200005928 Crime - Burglary Business and Community 18/01/2020 10:38 DINTON Unknown person/s have been at the location and have gained entry by cutting padlocks to the gate. They have then cut the padlocks to the barn and ripped the side of the barn open and taken an IFOR WILLIAMS tipper trailer and some small hay bales.

54200006368 Crime – Vehicle offences 19/01/2020 21:15 SEAGRIM ROAD, WILTON Unknown suspects have stolen all four wheels and tyres from a car parked at the side of road opposite IP's home address. The suspects have left the vehicle propped up on bricks. Items stolen - 4 x wheels and tyres from 1990 Peugeot 205.

54200007522 Crime - Burglary Residential (Shed/Garage etc) 22/01/2020 15:44 LAMPARD TERRACE, WILTON Unknown suspect(s) have entered shed, damaging lock and take a pedal cycle – black Merida Crossway
54200007945 Crime – Theft 23/01/2020 15:27 KINGSWAY, WILTON Unknown suspect has taken the victims Rockhopper Mountain bike worth £300. The bike was padlocked to a bike stand inside a locked communal bike shed. The bike shed lock was still intact but they have removed the padlock that was securing the bike to the stand

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