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Alert message sent 06/03/2019 08:26:00

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Hello, latest crime from Chippenham Town Centre. If you would like to discuss/any information regarding below incidents please call 101 or reply to this message. regards Ali Duncan 6185

25/02/2019 20:45 - 26/02/2019 06:30 Unknown suspect has cut the lock securing the victims bike which was at the Railway Station and stole the bike.

26/02/2019 12:30 - 26/02/2019 12:45 A female and male suspect have entered Boots and both stolen benefit mascara cosmetics, the value is unknown, they have then left the store without making payment.

26/02/2019 13:28 Sarah Oliver, 39 years old from York Road, Bristol and Patrick Sinar 40 years old also from York Road, Bristol were seen putting items into a foiled lined bag in Morrisons, the female then exited the shop making no attempt, male suspect was detained in store. Police attended and they were both arrested and later charged for theft on two separate occasions and were given conditions not to enter Wiltshire except for pre arranged legal visits and are both due to appear in court on 03/04/2019 09:30 hours.

26/02/2019 22:06 A Section 23 Misuse of Drugs Warrant was executed at a property within Kilvert House, Dallas Road, a 25 year old male was found to be in possession of cannabis and a quantity of an unknown substance was also seized for further examination. The investigation is ongoing.

27/02/2019 12:00 - 27/02/2019 12:10 Unknown suspect has entered B & Q and put on a pair of boots TVO £27.00 - He has then left the store without making a payment.
Unknown suspect described B/M- 40 yrs- Med build- Short afro hair.- Wearing a black coat and denims.

27/02/2019 14:02 Unknown male and female suspects have entered Morrisons and selected 9-10 bottles of Jack Daniels and left the store without making any attempt to pay for the items. Items have since been recovered.

27/02/2019 09:00 - 27/02/2019 15:00 Unknown suspect(s) have smashed the rear windscreen of a green Honda Jazz parked in Emery Gate car park.

28/02/2019 19:13 - An unknown suspect has entered Sainsburys Bath Road with two large shopping bags and stole a quantity of meat and alcohol and then tried to leave the store without making a payment when the security guard stops him and recovers the items, and the male left the store prior to Police arrival, the total value of the items came to £109.00

02/03/2019 13:40 Unknown Suspect has stolen 4 mobile phones that were mounted on display stands in Carphone Warehouse. Total value approx £2,800.

25/02/2019 00:01 - 03/03/2019 08:30 Unknown suspect(s) has used a sharp instrument to scratch down the side of a black Qashqui parked on Hungerdown Lane causing damage.

01/03/2019 11:00 Unknown suspect has stolen the victims purse from her handbag whilst shopping in Sainsburys, Bath Road and has proceeded to withdraw £400 from her account, purchase x 2 holidays TVO £800 and spend a further unknown amount in JD sports. Enquiries are ongoing however we would like to take this opportunity to keep bags closed and to wear them over your shoulder when shopping, do not leave bags unattended in shopping trolleys whilst selecting your shopping as you can get easily distracted.

01/03/2019 16:30 - Unknown suspect(s) have gained entry to a white Citroen Berlingo whilst parked on LOWDEN by forcing the nearside passenger door lock in order to gain access and have stolen a bag of hand tools, cordless drills and batteries, a corded drill, electrical testing kit and a multi test kit. Property: Milwaukee cordless drill and batteries/Bauer corded drill/hand tools/electrical testing kit and multi test kit - TVO £1500.

04/03/2019 01:30 - 04/03/2019 06:49 Unknown suspects have used a rock to smash a window of a property on Malmesbury Road.

02/03/2019 17:30 - 04/03/2019 06:00 Unknown person has thrown a stone through window at a property on Ivy Road Industrial Estate.
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Ali Duncan (Police, Community Support Officer, North Wiltshire Community Policing Team)

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