Monday 15 January - Sunday 21 January 2018
News and appeals
Numerous arrests were made over the weekend in Arun and Chichester. The offences included:- actual bodily harm, excess alcohol, vehicle interference, possession of Class A drug, theft from person, domestic assault, drunk and disorderly and wanted on warrant.
Dog owner pleads guilty to leaving pet in a van in Chichester
The dog was rescued from the van last June. Please click on link below:-
Fraud Newsletter January 2018
Please see attached this month’s Fraud newsletter. Highlights include advice on three different types of online fraud to look out for – particularly requests from your bank to well established shopping websites. We also provide some preventative tips to take if you’re booking a holiday.
Whyke Road, Chichester – Between 4.30 pm on Wednesday 17 January and 8.50 am on Thursday 18 January, a property was broken into and tools stolen. Serial 0332 of 18/01.
Mosse Gardens, Chichester – Overnight on Saturday 13 January, an insecure vehicle was entered and loose change stolen. Serial 0290 of 15/01.
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)
Earnley Manor Close, Earnley – Between Saturday 13 January and Tuesday 16 January a property was broken into and a 40” Samsung TV stolen. The garden shed had also been forced open; nothing was reported stolen. Serial 0613 of 17/01.
Vinnetrow Road, Runcton – Between Tuesday 16 January and Saturday 20 January a shed was broken into and high value cleaning equipment stolen. Serial 0475 of 20/01.
Piggery Hall Lane, West Wittering – Between Friday 12 January and Monday 15 January, a pecker for a five tonne machine was stolen. Serial 0274 of 15/01.
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)
Iping Lane, Midhurst – There was a report of a copper tank which was waiting to be collected for scrap being stolen from a property’s drive at approximately 11.50 am on Wednesday 17 January. Serial 0451 of 17/01.
Hill Top, Cocking – Overnight on Monday 15 January, a shed was broken into; no items were reported stolen. Serial 0823 of 17/01.
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