Shop windows smashed in Salisbury

Shop windows smashed in Salisbury

Published by Mike Draper at 3:30am 14th December 2019.

2 minute read

It's believed the two lots of vandalism are linked because they happened within a very short space of time.

Police are connecting the incidents, which happened last Saturday morning (7 Dec 2019).

Officers say the first damage was caused around 4am to a shop on Salisbury High Street. An unknown suspect smashed a shop window causing around £250 worth of damage. Officers are investigating CCTV footage and enquiries are ongoing.

A few hours later another business, this time on Crane Street, was vandalised. Police say an unknown suspect smashed the front glass window of a tattoo studio and hairdressers.



There were two further properties that had windows smashed around the same time, although at this stage Police say they are not linking them to the incidents in Salisbury city centre.

Sometime overnight, between 5pm on Dec 6 and 8.30am on Dec 7, someone used a screwdriver to smash a window at Bemerton Methodist Church on Roman Road in Salisbury.

And between midnight and 10am on Dec 7 criminal(s) caused damage trying to break in through a bathroom window at an address on Middleton Road.

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