Monday 8 January - Sunday 14 January 2018
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Numerous arrests were made over the weekend in Arun and Chichester. The offences included:- criminal damage, domestic assault, shoplifting, possession of class A, actual bodily harm and wanted on warrant.
Theft of Kayak
Two local people have been arrested following a break to a beach hut in Marine Drive, Bognor on Sunday 14 January where a kayak was stolen. They have been released under investigation whilst people continue their enquiries.
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Upper Bognor Road, Hotham – Between Friday 5 and Monday 8 January, a one tonne metal pecker attachment was stolen from a building site. Serial 1197 of 08/01.
Mansfield Road, Bersted – Overnight on Tuesday 9 January, a vehicle was entered via unknown means and the glovebox searched; no items were stolen. Serial 0823 of 11/01.
Sturges Road, Bognor – Overnight on Saturday 13 January, a vehicle was entered; Items stolen include children’s school clothing and a violin. Serial 0868 of 14/01.
High Street, Hotham – Overnight on Sunday 8 January, a vehicle was keyed several times along the passenger side. Serial 0676 of 08/01.
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Elm Grove South, Barnham – Overnight on Sunday 7 January, a garage was broken into and a blue racing bike stolen. Serial 0055 of 19/01.
Burndell Road, Yapton – On Tuesday 9 January between 10.00 am and 12.25 pm a property was broken into and jewellery stolen. Serial 0489 of 09/01.
Yapton Road, Middleton-on-Sea – On Tuesday 9 January a property was broken into and jewellery stolen. Serial 0599 of 09/01.
Ashdown Close, Angmering – Overnight on Thursday 11 January a garage was broken into and two Carrera Hellcat mountain bikes stolen. Serial 0473 of 13/01.
Fellow Gardens, Yapton – Overnight on Friday 12 January, a vehicle was entered and driving glasses and loose change stolen. Serial 0351 of 13/01.
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