Chocolate stolen in Ludgershall

Chocolate stolen in Ludgershall

Chocolate stolen in Ludgershall

First published in News

A SHOPLIFTING incident took place in Ludgershall.

At 3pm on Monday, 28 July, a person entered a shop in Andover Road and took a bar of chocolate.

They left making no attempt to pay.

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12:04pm Tue 19 Aug 14

lisalou67 says...

Wow !, slow news day ?
Wow !, slow news day ? lisalou67
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4:20pm Tue 19 Aug 14

CrossofLorraine says...

4th most read story when this was posted - must be the catchy headline. I heard a rumour that the chocolate bar thief was oriental. Careful thou, could be a Chinese Wispa.
4th most read story when this was posted - must be the catchy headline. I heard a rumour that the chocolate bar thief was oriental. Careful thou, could be a Chinese Wispa. CrossofLorraine
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9:16pm Tue 19 Aug 14

ELLIS17 says...

No doubt the full force of the law will be allocated to this "serious theft" whilst many of the rest of us can be assaulted on the streets and be told its not a priority crime.
No doubt the full force of the law will be allocated to this "serious theft" whilst many of the rest of us can be assaulted on the streets and be told its not a priority crime. ELLIS17
  • Score: 1

11:43am Thu 21 Aug 14

Mender says...

ELLIS17 wrote:
No doubt the full force of the law will be allocated to this "serious theft" whilst many of the rest of us can be assaulted on the streets and be told its not a priority crime.
Police clear up the small easy crimes so it looks like they are doing a great job. Kids need to be careful they are promising cautions in interviews to get them to own up to offences and then charging and sending the kids to court instead. Never trust them.
[quote][p][bold]ELLIS17[/bold] wrote: No doubt the full force of the law will be allocated to this "serious theft" whilst many of the rest of us can be assaulted on the streets and be told its not a priority crime.[/p][/quote]Police clear up the small easy crimes so it looks like they are doing a great job. Kids need to be careful they are promising cautions in interviews to get them to own up to offences and then charging and sending the kids to court instead. Never trust them. Mender
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