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A man has been left in a serious condition in hospital after an incident in Trowbridge in the early hours.
Police were called just before 1am to reports of an assault in Charlotte Square.
A 27-year-old man from Trowbridge sustained a puncture wound to his chest and was taken to Southmead Hospital in Bristol by air ambulance.
He is believed to be in a serious condition.
Officers carried out some proactive enquiries and were able to locate and arrest a man in relation to the incident within an hour. He remains in custody for questioning.
I would like to reassure the local community that incidents like this are rare here in Trowbridge and we are carrying out a really thorough investigation.
Police are appealing for witnesses.
Wiltshire Police are appealing for witnesses after what they describe as a "suspicious incident" in Swindon.
Around 4pm on Sunday 9 April a woman and her two-year-old were walking along Curtis Street, towards the Tented Market, when they were approached by a man who took hold of the child's hand and said: "You come with me; I take you to school."
The mother told him to let go, which he did.
See anything suspicious in Curtis Street/Tented Market area, Swindon around 4pm on Sun 9 Apr? Call 101 if you did. https://t.co/vbTDd0mujj
- an Indian man
- around 5'2" tall
- short dark hair
- wearing a light blue shirt and cream coloured trousers
- pulling a blue shopping bag on wheels
If you were in the area at that time and heard or saw what happened or anything which seemed suspicious, please contact me.
If you can help the police please contact Swindon CID on 101 or anonymously, via Crimestoppers, on 0800 555 111.
A 65-year-old local man was arrested in relation to this incident and has been released under investigation.
The search at a former home of double murderer Christopher Halliwell is to be extended into next week.
The operation at 96 Broad Street in Swindon began on Monday and was expected to last for five days.
Work at the site will pause for the weekend on Friday, and we will reconvene and commence searching once again on Monday next week.
Police say the search is intelligence led, based on new information, and they emphasise they are not sure if they'll find anything.
Police have never searched the exterior of the property before and say that the search is unrelated to the current owners.
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Police in Wiltshire say they're concerned for the welfare of a young woman who's been missing for three days.
20-year-old Jade Sheppard was last seen in the Manor Gardens area of Warminster on Monday, and has not contacted her family since, which they say is out of character.
She did not turn up to her job as a cleaner on Tuesday, which is also said to be out of character for her. Her hair is now dyed white with pink and purple streaks.
Police officers are conducting enquiries in the local area.
"We are working closely with Jade's family who are extremely worried about her and just want to know she is safe. If Jade is aware of this appeal I would urge her to either contact her family or police on 101."
"We are concerned about Jade's welfare and I would like to hear from anyone who has seen her or has any information about her whereabouts."
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An army officer and a sergeant have suffered "life changing injuries" to their legs after a truck crash on Salisbury Plain yesterday evening.
As front passengers of the rear truck in the three-vehicle pile-up, they were hurt when their four-tonne truck crashed into the back of another. They were airlifted to Southampton General Hospital.
A further 9 soldiers were taken to Salisbury District Hospital, 6 of whom remain there. Those hospitalised include the driver of the third vehicle, another officer, who suffered leg bruising and head injuries. Police believe around 20 soldiers in total were injured.
Officers carried out a detailed examination of the scene overnight. The investigation continues, although police do not believe mechanical failure played a part in the crash, and are now looking at potential human and environmental causes.
The crash happened at around 6.30pm on Wednesday in a field near to Westdown Camp, in Wiltshire. Both British and Indian soldiers are believed to have been involved.
South Western Ambulance Service have paid tribute to the emergency crews who were on the scene for last night's crash on Salisbury Plain, in which around 20 soldiers were injured.
Police, fire crews, paramedics, air ambulance teams, emergency response doctors and military personnel had to work together to help the soldiers - several of whom suffered life-changing injuries.