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Weekly Bulletin - Chichester District

Alert message sent 18/01/2018 14:33:00

Information sent on behalf of Sussex Police

Monday 8 January - Sunday 14 January


News and appeals
 

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.

 

Drink-driver found slumped at the wheel on Christmas Day

 

He is among 60 people convicted of drink or drug-driving since December.  Please click on link below:-

 

https://sussex.police.uk/news/drink-driver-found-slumped-at-the-wheel-on-christmas-day/

 

Police renew appeal for witnesses to Wisborough Green collision

A baby girl sadly died and four other people were injured in the collision on the B2133.

https://sussex.police.uk/news/baby-girl-killed-in-wisborough-green-collision/

 
Crime summary

Chichester (WC1)

 

We have seen an increase in reporting of thefts from vans on the district.
Please click on this link below which incorporates advice for van owners:-

 

https://sussex.police.uk/advice/protect-your-home-and-belongings/vehicle-crime/

 

Southdown Close, Chichester – Overnight on Monday 8 January three bags containing tools were stolen from a vehicle.  Serial 0192 of 09/01.

 

Graylingwell Drive, Chichester – Overnight on Monday 8 January a van was entered via unknown means and a Makita cordless drill and a plaster mixing drill was stolen.   Serial 0957 of 09/01.

 

Beech Avenue, Chichester – Overnight on Monday 8 January a van was broken into and tools stolen.  Serial 1205 of 09/01. 

 

Swanfield Drive, Chichester – Between Monday 8 January and Wednesday 10 January a van was broken into; a rucksack, GPS wrist garmin and usb stick were stolen.   Serial 0142 of 10/01.

 

Churchmead Close, Lavant – Between 0100 and 0900 hours on Sunday 14 January, a van was broken into and tools stolen.  Serial 0290 of 14/01.  

 

Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)

 

Highleigh Road, Sidlesham – On Tuesday 9 January between 8.30 am and 3.30 pm a property was broken into; electrical items and costume jewellery were amongst items stolen. Serial 0798 of 09/01.  

 

Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)

 

Colhook Common, Petworth – There was a report of a garage having been broken into on Thursday 28 December; a wacker plate and chain saw was stolen.  Serial 0475 of 03/01.

 

Hillview, Elsted – On Tuesday 9 January between 8.10 am and 12.00 pm a property was broken into and jewellery stolen.  Serial 0467 of 09/01.  

 

 

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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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Hazel Fraser (Police, Prevention Support & Engagement Officer, Sussex)

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