Wide load travelling through Wiltshire tomorrow
Drivers are asked to be aware of a slow moving and wide 'abnormal load' that will be escorted through Wiltshire tomorrow (19 October 2018).
Public appeal after distraction burglary in Amesbury
We are hoping the public can help us in identifying a man we want to speak to in connection with a distraction burglary and fraud case in Amesbury.
Arrests made following county lines action across Wiltshire
Police action to disrupt drug gang activity in Wiltshire known as county lines has lead to a number of arrests.
More than 20 vehicles stopped and checked in Rural Crime Op
Last week more than 20 vehicles and their occupants were stopped and checked as part of a Rural Crime Operation run by Wiltshire South Community Policing Team.
CCTV appeal after charity box and alcohol stolen from Salisbury bar
We have released CCTV images of a man we would like to speak to about a break-in at a Salisbury bar.
Woman assaulted in Fisherton Street, Salisbury
We're appealing for information after a woman was assaulted in Fisherton Street, Salisbury. The incident happened at approximately 4.30pm on Thursday 11 October near the entrance to The Kings Head Inn.
Clamping down on rogue traders - partnership operation a success
A week-long operation to clamp down on rogue traders in Wiltshire took place this week, to prevent Wiltshire residents, particularly those who are vulnerable, from becoming victims of crime.
CCTV appeal after hundreds of pounds worth of meat and seafood stolen in Salisbury
We have released a CCTV image after hundreds of pounds worth of seafood and meat was stolen from Waitrose in Salisbury.
Prolific Salisbury burglar jailed for two years
A man has been sentenced to two years imprisonment for a series of burglaries in the Salisbury area. David Leslie Clift, aged 41, of no fixed abode, Salisbury, was sentenced at Salisbury Crown Court on 3 October after pleading guilty to attempted burglary and five counts of burglary.
Salisbury Police Station Reopens at Bourne Hill
The delivery of policing services in Salisbury returns to Bourne Hill on Monday (8 October 2018) following the temporary closure of part of the building in April for deep cleaning as a result of the nerve agent attack in the city.
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