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Bridport Press Release 3rd Oct 2017 - 9th Oct 2017

Alert message sent 10/10/2017 13:46:00

Information sent on behalf of Dorset Alert

Break-in to barn: Sometime between 0800 hrs and 1500 hrs on Wednesday 4th Oct 2017 a break-in to a barn occurred at a farm in Morcombelake, Bridport. The padlock to the door of the barn was cut and the door to the barn was damaged. Nothing was stolen. Occurrence 55170155143 refers. Theft from vehicle: Sometime between 1100 hrs and 1500 hrs on Wednesday 4th Oct 2017 a Stihl Hedge Trimmer was stolen from a silver coloured Peugeot Boxer parked on a driveway of a house in Ryall, Bridport. The car was unlocked at the time of the incident. Occurrence 55170155449 refers. Attempted break-in: Sometime between Monday 2nd Oct 2017 and Thursday 5th Oct 2017 an attempted break-in occurred at a dwelling in Colway Lane, Lyme Regis. The back door to the property was damaged but nothing was stolen. Occurrence 55170155713 refers. Criminal damage to sport equipment at Football Club: Sometime between 2000 hrs on Wednesday 27th Sept 2017 and 1800 hrs on Thursday 28th Sept 2017 3 football nets were damaged leaving large holes in them and a football goalpost was cut with a hacksaw or other sharp instrument at the Bridport Youth U10 Football Club in Pitchers, Salwayash, Bridport. Occurrence 55170152918 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. Or report it on online https://www.dorset.police.uk/do-it-online/
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Patricia Harris (Dorset Police, Volunteer 4122, Bridport)

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