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Local policing can be a sensitive subject in any conversation. However our local PCSOs are trying to take a fresh approach by working smart to reach out to the wider community. Weekly beat surgeries will take place at our Morrisons store.
Owners of land at Temple Lane in Templecombe were shocked and horrified when they discovered a large number of their sheep dead or dying on the morning of Tuesday 12th November 2013. Police are appealing for information.
A Wincanton resident's car has been deliberately attacked three times since June 2012, causing costly damage on each occasion. Can you help identify this person captured on CCTV? He may be able to help police with their enquiries.
Avon and Somerset Police report on the latest incidents in the area, from attempted burglary to smashed windows and car crime.
Police are investigating two recent theft crimes in Milborne Port and request information from anyone seen acting suspiciously in the area.
A summary of police reports from Avon and Somerset Constabulary within Wincanton Window's catchment area in the latter part of December.
A theft of tools from a garden shed in Cale Way and a pickpocket at a Christmas event at Memorial Hall are on this report from Wincanton PCSO Mandy Forsey. Can you help track down the stolen property?
Persistent vehicle damage in Bruton - a streak of vandalism has caused hundreds of pounds worth of damage to owners. Plus, theft of lead from the roof of Templecombe Church - can you help?
Vandals caused mindless damage recently in two separate incidents in Common Road, Wincanton. In one, three parked vehicles were damaged and in the other, fencing surrounding a paddock was cut and bent, allowing ponies to escape into the road.
A trailer used to transport mini-diggers was stolen from Wincanton Business Park between Saturday 13th and Monday 15th October. The trailer may well be offered for sale. If you have information regarding this please contact the police.
Recent reports from Avon and Somerset Police identify local crime with mindless and upsetting effects on local residents. Can members of the public help with police enquiries?
A resident of Woolston, North Cabury, was a victim of crime recently when he discovered the windscreen of his vehicle had been shattered. Can you help police with their enquiries?
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