Monday 22 January - Sunday 28 January
News and appeals
Numerous arrests were made over the weekend in Arun and Chichester. The offences included:- possession of Class B drug, public order, assault, wanted on warrant, drunk and disorderly, criminal damage, possession of Class A drug and affray.
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.
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Normans Drive, Felpham – On Wednesday 24 January, between 5.00 am and 5.30 am a garage was entered and food stolen from the freezer. Serial 0462 of 24/01.
Bronze Close, Bersted – Between Saturday 20 January and Monday 22 January, there was an attempt break to a van where the lock had been tampered with; no entry was gained. Serial 0594 of 22/01.
Aldwick Road, Aldwick – Overnight on Monday 22 January, a sharp implement was used to scratch along both sides of the vehicle, including the boot and bonnet. Serial 0689 of 23/01.
Ashbee Gardens, Bersted – Overnight on Tuesday 23 January a van was broken into and tools stolen. Serial 0198 of 24/01.
Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround
Rosvara Avenue, Westergate – Overnight on Wednesday 24 January, two vehicles parked on a driveway were entered and a blue torch stolen. Serial 1352 of 25/01.
Vicarage Lane, East Preston – Between Sunday 21 and Sunday 28 January, there was an attempt break to a property; no entry was gained. Serial 1261 of 28/01.
Dorset Close, Littlehampton – Overnight on Sunday 21 January, a van was broken into; no items reported stolen. Serial 0196 of 22/01.
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