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UPDATE: Salisbury inflatable park able to re-open after break-in

UPDATE: Salisbury inflatable park able to re-open after break-in

Published by Faye Tryhorn at 11:22am 20th February 2020. (Updated at 11:41am 20th February 2020)

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Jumpin Fun in Old Sarum has fallen victim to a burglary overnight.

Wiltshire Police have been carrying out investigations into what happened at the bouncy castle centre throughout this morning (Thursday 20th February).

Now that's been completed, Jumpin Fun has told Spire FM they will be able to open in time for the 12.00pm bounce session.

All other tickets for today will be valid as normal.

Anyone booked for this morning's 11.00am session have been automatically re-booked for 5.00pm today.

If you can't make it, you're asked to get in touch with Jumpin Fun by calling 01722 445503 or messaging them on Facebook.

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The centre will remain closed for the time being

Jumpin Fun have been keen to get open today, as children are on their half term break and the weather's taken a turn for the worse.


We've had some details through from officers about the incident overnight.

The site was broken into at some point between 6.00pm last night (Wednesday 19th February) and 8.40am this morning (Thursday 20th).

A number of tills and a safe, which contained an amount of money, were taken.

Police are asking anyone who might have seen suspicious activity in the area to get in touch with them.

You can do that by calling 101, and quoting crime reference number 54200017945.

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