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Open letter to the communities of Dorset

15 January 2021
Communities across Dorset are being asked to keep up the good work in stopping the spread of COVID-19.  Agencies tasked with stopping the virus in its tracks have written an open letter to everyone across the county thanking them for their efforts a...
  • Update – reported dog bite incident in Bournemouth

    19 January 2021
    A woman has come forward following an appeal for witnesses in relation to an alleged dog bite incident in Bournemouth. At around 12.45pm on Monday 18 January 2021 the victim – a man aged in his 30s – was running on Turbary Common when he noti...
  • Update – further arrest following reported robbery in Bournemouth

    19 January 2021
    A third person has been arrested in connection with a reported robbery in Bournemouth. The incident occurred at around 1.10pm on Friday 15 January 2021 on a footpath that leads from Harewood Avenue to the Littledown Estate.  It was reported that a ...
  • Update in relation to reported dog bite incident in Poole

    18 January 2021
    A woman has come forward following an appeal in relation to a reported dog bite incident in Poole. It was reported that at around 2.30pm on Sunday 10 January 2021 a 12-year-old boy was riding his bike on the heath at Delph Woods in Broadstone when he was...
  • Appeal for information following reported robbery in Bournemouth

    18 January 2021
    Officers investigating a reported robbery in Bournemouth are appealing for witnesses or anyone with information to come forward. Dorset Police received a report that at around 1.10pm on Friday 15 January 2021 a robbery occurred on a footpath that leads f...
  • CCTV appeal following public order incident in Bournemouth

    18 January 2021
    Officers investigating a public order incident at a shop in Bournemouth are issuing images of a man they would like to speak to. At around 4.15pm on Tuesday 5 January 2021 a man approached a member of staff at Co-Op in Wimborne Road in Moordown and paid ...
  • Force thanks public for staying at home and complying with COVID-19 rules

    16 January 2021
    Dorset Police has thanked members of the public for staying at home and complying with the current COVID-19 legislation. Throughout the week the Force has continued to monitor plans to protest in Bournemouth on Saturday 16 January 2021.  Just last ...
  • Update – man arrested in connection with reported burglary at hospital in Bournemouth

    15 January 2021
    A man has been arrested in connection with a reported burglary at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital. It was reported that at around 6.15pm on Monday 14 December 2020 access was gained to a locked area to the rear of the café in the main foyer of the ...
  • Appeal for information following reported commercial burglary in Poole

    15 January 2021
    Detectives investigating a reported burglary at a Poole store are appealing for witnesses or anyone with information to come forward. Dorset Police received a report of a break-in at Broadstone News in Lower Blandford Road at around 3.10am on Friday 15 J...
  • CCTV appeal following indecent exposure incident in Wimborne

    14 January 2021
    Officers investigating an indecent exposure incident in Wimborne are issuing an image of a man they would like to speak to. At around 3.15pm on Saturday 12 December 2020 the victim – a 16-year-old girl – was walking along West Street when a m...
  • Further update in relation to reported restaurant bilking in Christchurch

    13 January 2021
    An incident where two people allegedly made off from a Christchurch restaurant without paying their bill has been resolved. At around 9pm on Wednesday 23 December 2020 a man and woman entered Soho in Church Street and ordered food and drink to the value ...
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