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Bridport Press Release 11 Feb 2018 - 19 Feb 2018

Alert message sent 20/02/2018 13:09:00

Information sent on behalf of Dorset Alert

Theft from outbuildingSometime between 08.00 hrs Saturday 10th Feb 2018 and 22.00 hrs on Sunday 11 Feb 2018 a Stihl Chain Saw and Strimmer and a Stihl Leaf Blower were stolen from an outbuilding at a farm in Halstock, Yeovil.  Occurrence 55180022618 refers.

Criminal damage to Car Park gateSometime between 19.30 hrs on Sunday 11th Feb 2018 and 07.00 hrs on Monday 12th Feb 2018 the electrical gates that controls access to a private car park at Palmers Brewery buildings, Rope Walks, Bridport was damaged.  The locks to the gates were forced open and the gate mechanism was broken.  Occurrence 55180022811 refers.

Theft from Jet Wash MachinesSometime overnight on Tuesday 13th Feb 2018 2 Jet Wash Machines located at the Central Convenience Stores, Cliff Road, Burton Bradstock, Bridport were broken into and an amount of money was stolen.  An object, possibly a crow bar, was used to break a money box attached to the machine and steal the money.  Occurrence 55180023641 refers.

Theft from vehicle: At approx. 13.00 on Wednesday 14th Feb 2018 tools were stolen from a white coloured Vauxhall Vivaro Van parked in Sidmouth Road, Lyme Regis.  Tools stolen were a Mikita 12v Battery Drill, Mikita 240v Jigsaw, Macel 24v Circular Saw and Guide Rail and a Worx 240v Grinder.  The offender stole the items from the van and drove away in a dark red or burgundy coloured car.  Occurrence 55180023804 refers.

Theft from vehicleBetween 15.00 hrs and 15.45 hrs on Thursday 15th Feb 2018 the back windscreen of a red coloured Citroen C3 Picasso parked in West Bexington, Dorchester was smashed and a purse containing credit cards was stolen from a handbag in the back of the car, also stolen was a blue coloured hiking rucksack.   Occurrence 55180024527 refers.

Theft from vehicleSometime between 14.30 hrs and 15.30 hrs on Thursday 15th Feb 2018 a brown coloured Skoda Yeti car parked in a lay by at North Eggerdon, Powerstock, Bridport was broken into and a handbag containing kays, bank cards and a purse containing an amount of cash were stolen.  The rear driver’s side window was smashed to gain entry to the vehicle.  Occurrence 55180024547 refers.

Bicycle stolen: Between 13.15 hrs and 13.30 hrs on Saturday 17th Feb 2018 a bicycle parked outside the Bridge House Hotel, East Street, Bridport was stolen.  The bicycle is described as a dark grey coloured Carerra Subway 1 Hybrid with red decals, 20inch frame, no suspension, front and rear lights.  Occurrence 55180025596 refers.

Purse stolenAt approx. 14.45 hrs on Saturday 17th Feb 2018 a purse was stolen from a handbag of a customer whist at the till point in Waitrose, West Street, Bridport.  The purse was a large wallet size, coloured mid green with stud.  The purse contained bank cards and an amount of cash.  Occurrence 55180025641 refers.

Criminal damage to vehicleSometime between Monday 5th Feb 2018 and Friday 9the Feb 2018 the tyres of a grey coloured Toyota CHR parked in Happy Island Way, Bridport had its tyres slashed with a pointed or bladed article.  Occurrence 55180019516 refers.

If you have information regarding any of the crimes or incidents above, please contact Dorset Police on the non-emergency 101 number, quoting the relevant occurrence number.  Alternatively, call the free and anonymous Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111 where mobile phone tariffs may apply.

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Patricia Harris (Dorset Police, Volunteer 4122, Bridport)

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