The parents of a teenage girl who died in a car crash on Saturday have released a heartfelt tribute to their "beautiful daughter."
Firefighters in Wiltshire have been raising awareness about road safety.
People are being warned of the dangers of chip pan fires as the nation celebrates its favourite food.
Two people, thought to have been involved in a robbery at a jewellers in Wiltshire are still on the run. Deacon and Sons on Marlborough High Street was broken into yesterday. The gang fled in a car which was later found on fire. Another vehicle, pursed by Swindon police, crashed near a hospital.
Det supt Nick John: Masked men stole jewellery and cash. No firearms were seen
Their getaway car was seen driving at speed. Three men were detained for robbery.
Part of the investigation is centred around a vehicle which collided with a Royal Mail van on the A419. A Wiltshire Police operation is currently taking place.
Deacon & Sons was on Marlborough High St was raided just before 9.45am. Men were seen running into a waiting car...
...A car crashed and was set alight. Police chased a second car - which collided with a Royal Mail lorry on the A419 in Swindon
A third man has been arrested after five men smashed a Marlborough jewellers and crashed the car they left the scene in.
Wiltshire Police have just confirmed to ITV News Meridian that two men have been arrested and three men are at large after a robbery at a jewellery store.
Police are currently responding after a robbery at a jewellers in Marlborough this morning. Read more here: http://t.co/z7lakw0gNc
Three men are in custody and a major search is underway after a raid at a jewellers in Marlborough in Wiltshire.
Police were called to the High Street this morning after five men smashed display cabinets and grabbed items of jewellery from Deacon & Sons. They made off in a car which crashed and was set alight near John Coles Close.
Another car made off from police in Swindon before crashing near the Great Western Hospital. Officers are searching the area for the occupants. Police cannot confirm if the two incidents are linked.
A man has been jailed for six weeks after admitting having sex with a goat in a barn in Wiltshire. Robert Newman, 23, carried out the night time attack on the animal in a barn in Devizes. The defence said his act was one of 'isolation, not depravity'.
Anna Humphreys, prosecuting, said Newman carried out the attack in the dark at a barn in Devizes. Reading a victim impact statement from the goat's female owner, who was not named, Miss Humphreys said: "My husband is worried about me being on the farm on my own.
"This person has cost us a considerable amount of money because we have had to install security cameras. We have also had to pay for vets fees and antibiotics for the injuries sustained by the goat."