CCTV appeal after car tyres deliberately punctured in Swindon
We are appealing for witnesses after an incident of criminal damage in Swindon where an elderly man had the tyres of two of his cars deliberately punctured. The vehicles were parked in the driveway of a property in the Taw Hill area when they were targeted at around 10.50pm last Monday night (18/05).
Appeal following fatal collision in Swindon
We need your help after a motorcyclist died following a collision in Swindon this afternoon (25/5).
Appeal for information following incident in Porton
We are investigating an incident which occurred at an address in Porton this week. Between approximately 10am and 11am on Wednesday May 20, a man in his 90s was at his home address in The Avenue, when a man called at his door claiming to be a new neighbour.
No arrests for breaching COVID legislation for second week in a row
No arrests have been made for breaches in the COVID legislation for the second week in a row in Wiltshire. The Force also saw a substantial drop in the number of COVID19 related logs being created in the control room. This fell to 454 from 812 the previous week.
Muslim communities urged to celebrate Eid safely at the end of Ramadan
As the holy month of Ramadan comes to a close this weekend (Saturday 23 to Sunday 24 May), Wiltshire and Swindon's Local Resilience Forum has issued an open letter to all Muslims in the county, reminding them of the social distancing rules still in place, despite the easing of the lockdown.
Two people arrested following drugs warrants in Swindon
Two people were arrested in Swindon this morning following two simultaneous drugs warrants. Both warrants were executed at addresses in Welcombe Avenue.
First virtual domestic abuse surgery held by police and partners
We are holding our first ever domestic abuse surgery via Facebook.
Witness appeal to indecent exposure
We are appealing for witnesses after a male indecently exposed himself to a woman walking through Radnor Street Cemetery, Swindon today (19/05).
Help remains available for those suffering with their mental health
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. We know the past few months have been difficult for everyone. Over the past two months, it has been the simple acts of kindness made my members of the public that have inspired us all.
Wiltshire Specials provide special contribution during coronavirus pandemic
Since the lockdown started on 23 March 2020, the Special Constabulary as a whole have given more than 10,500 hours to policing.
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