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26 arrests were made over the weekend in Arun and Chichester. The offences included:- drug driving, domestic assault, actual bodily harm, possession of Class A drug, criminal damage, common assault and money laundering.
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Craigweil Lane, Aldwick East – Overnight on Saturday 6 January, an insecure vehicle was entered and a Tom Tom sat nav stolen. Serial 0964 of 07/01.
Church Road Lane, Bersted – On Saturday 6 January at approximately 8.45 pm, the window to a vehicle was smashed and a handbag stolen. Serial 1008 of 06/01.
Park Road, Marine – On Sunday 7 January between 11.00 am and mid-day, a bike was stolen from a communal hallway. Description: Town Bike, black in colour with camel leather seat/handles with ‘Gazelle’ written on it. Serial 0509 of 07/01.
Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround
Fitzalan Road, Littlehampton – Overnight on Sunday 31 December, there was an attempt break to a garage; damage was caused to the door but no entry gained. Serial 0763 of 01/1.
Starboard Walk, Littlehampton – During the evening of Monday 1 January, a property was entered and jewellery and cash stolen. Serial 1220 of 01/01.
River Road, River – Overnight on Monday 1 January, a window was smashed to a vehicle; no items were stolen. Serial 0464 of 02/01.
Broadmark Lane, Rustington – Overnight on Tuesday 2 January, the padlock to a shed door was ripped off and entry gained; no items reported stolen. Serial 0755 of 03/01.
Finches Close, Wick – Overnight on Thursday 4 January, a property was broken into and various electrical items stolen. Serial 0922 of 05/01.
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