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Weekly Bulletin - Arun District

Alert message sent 28/12/2017 11:13:00

Information sent on behalf of Sussex Police

Monday 18 December - Sunday 24 December 


News and appeals

49 arrests were made over the weekend in Arun and Chichester. The offences included:- actual bodily harm, affray, drink driving, domestic assault, common assault, shop-lifting, wanted on warrant, possession of class B drug, fraud, public order and drunk and disorderly.   


Man left with bleed on the brain in Littlehampton assault


The 67-year-old man has extensive facial injuries after being attacked.  Please click on link below:-


Witnesses sought after man is critically injured in car crash at Lyminster, near Littlehampton


Passenger, 24, badly hurt after car hits tree.  Please click on link below:-


Bognor Regis Neighbourhood Watch Community Facebook


Please click on link below for latest Neighbourhood Watch information

Crime summary

Bognor Regis


If you see anyone acting suspiciously around cars or vans, please call us at the time, on 999.

Manet Square, Bersted – During late afternoon on Sunday 17 December, entry was gained to a property and jewellery stolen.  Serial 1208 of 18/12.


Albert Road, Hotham – An insecure vehicle was entered and a Tom Tom satellite navigation system stolen. Serial 0437 of 18/12.  


Roman Fields, Bognor – Overnight on Sunday 17 December a vehicle was entered via unknown means; loose change and electrical cables were stolen.  Serial 0640 of 19/12.


Belmont Road, Marine – Overnight on Wednesday 20 December, a vehicle had its window smashed which activated the alarm; nothing was stolen.   Serial 0271 of 21/12.


Sandymount Avenue, Orchard – Overnight on Wednesday 20 December, a van was broken into and tools stolen. Serial 0325 of 21/12.

Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround


Mill Road, Slindon Common – Overnight on Sunday 17 December, there was an attempt break to a porta-cabin; no entry was gained.   Serial 0188 of 18/12.


Ford Road, Arundel – Overnight on Tuesday 19 December, a vehicle was broken into and tools stolen.  Serial 0497 of 20/12.


Angmering – Overnight on Wednesday 20 December, there were reports of breaks to vehicles in Weavers Road, Highdown Close, Oakwood Drive, Butcher Close, Brougham Grove,  and Ashmore Avenue.  Items stolen include:- Ray Ban sunglasses, loose change, briefcase and a Windows Pro Worth laptop stolen  (Serial 0110 of 21/12).   


Pier Road, Littlehampton – Overnight on Wednesday 20 December, the door to a garage was forced and entry gained; no items believed stolen.  Serial 1010 of 21/10.


Queen Street, Arundel – During the morning of Friday 22 December, a property was entered and gift cards and Christmas presents stolen. Serial 1448 of 22/12.   


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