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Adur and Worthing Weekly Bulletin

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Friday 12th January 2018


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Search for witnesses after caravan set on fire in Durrington

Police are seeking witnesses to an arson attack on a caravan in Durrington.


A white caravan belonging to a local resident, parked while unoccupied in a layby in Jevington Close, Durrington, was destroyed by fire which started sometime between 12.30am and 12.45am on Sunday (7 January).

 

PC Dave Slade said; "This had the potential for even more serious consequences if anyone had been sleeping inside at the time. 

 

"The caravan was totally destroyed in only a short space of time, with gas canisters inside and outside also having the potential to cause further damage to both the caravan and nearby properties. 

"Thankfully the canisters were unaffected.

 

"A person, of whom there are currently no further details, was seen running away from the caravan when the blaze started to take hold. 

 

"If you saw what happened or have any information as to who was responsible, please contact us online or call 101, quoting serial 49 of 07/01. 

 

"Alternatively, call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 

555 111."

 

https://sussex.police.uk/news/search-for-witnesses-after-caravan-set-on-fire-in-durrington/

 

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Crime summary
 

Burglary

 

Reference: 0139 05/01/2018

Location: Ardingly Drive Worthing

Date and time: Overnight on the 5th January

Details: Entry was gained to a property through an insecure door. Car keys and a vehicle were stolen.

Reference: 0115 09/01/2018

Location: Kings Road Lancing

Date and time: Overnight on the 8th January

Details: By reaching in through an insecure window entry was gained to a property. Laptops and a mobile telephone were stolen. 

 

Other than dwelling

 

Reference: 0372 07/01/2018

Location: Pines Avenue Worthing

Date and time: Between 5th and 6th January

Details: A shed was broken into by smashing a window nothing was stolen. 

Reference: 0907 09/01/2018

Location: Windlesham Road Shoreham by sea

Date and time: Between 8th and 9th January

Details: A shed was broken into nothing has been reported as stolen

Reference: 0764 11/01/2018

Location: St Lawrence Ave Worthing

Date and time: On 17th December

Details: A garage was broken into by removing a lock, three bicycles were stolen

Reference: 1134 11/01/2018

Location: Brighton Road Lancing

Date and time: On the 10th January

Details: A beach hut was broken into unknown what has been stolen





 
 

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Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org

 
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