Bulldog Bash - Police Overview

14 August 2006 00:00

There were no major incidents and only a small number of crimes reported during last weekend's Bulldog Bash.

Inspector Dave Patterson is pleased with the overall outcome and that traffic disruption was kept to a minimum. He said: "There was just four crimes reported on site and only three arrests during the four day event. Although traffic to and from the Long Marston site was greater than normal, the traffic plan worked well."

Crimes recorded:

  • a theft of a Harley Davidson 1450 yellow motorcycle - reg no: FKZ 3435, reported at 04:15 on August 12
  • theft of a brown leather purse from a handbag with £125, bank and credit cards and personal items - reported at 16:14 on August 12
  • theft of a bag that was left unattended in the dance tent reported at 17:03 on August 12
  • theft of four Marks and Spencer carrier bags overnight Saturday to Sunday from a tent that was unattended. Bags contained recently purchased clothes - two polo shirts, 1 v-neck green jumper, 1 argyle jumper, 1 Henley jumper, 2 pairs of black socks, 12 pairs of boxer shorts, two pairs of black polyester trousers, one pair of black stretch trousers and a blue surfboard t shirt

Three people from Wiltshire were arrested as they were travelling on the B4632 close to the entrance to the Bull Dog Bash. A wrap of cocaine was seized from a car. Of the three people arrested One person was charged with possession of class A drug, one person was cautioned and one person was released no further action.

There were no road traffic collisons.

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