Monday 22 January - Sunday 28 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.
Police appeal for witnesses to crash on the B2070 near Liphook
Head-on-collision left two drivers seriously injured. Please click on link below:-
£12,500 worth of cleaning equipment stolen in Chichester
The items were stolen from a shed at a caravan park last week. Please click on link below:-
Tangmere Road, Chichester – Between Saturday 20 January and Monday 22 January, a building site was entered and a large quantity of power tools stolen. Serial 0163 of 22/01.
Gibson Road, Tangmere – On Tuesday 23 January, between 11.05 am and 12.45 pm a property was broken into. We do not have any further information at the time of writing this bulletin. Serial 0600 of 23/01.
North Street, Chichester – During the early hours of the morning on Thursday 25 January, there was an attempt break to a shop; damage was caused to the door but no entry gained. Serial 0172 of 25/01.
Delling Lane, Bosham – Overnight on Wednesday 24 January, a business was broken into and electrical items stolen. Serial 0240 of 25/01.
Thorney Road, Emsworth – Between Friday 5 January and Friday 26 January, a Tohatsu engine was stolen from a boat. Serial 439 of 26/01.
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)
There were no incidents of note.
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)
Chilcrofts Road, Kingsley Green, Haslemere – On Monday 22 January, during the morning a property was broken into; jewellery and other items were stolen. Serial 0677 of 22/01.
Culvers, South Harting – Between Monday 22 January and Sunday 28 January, a van parked on a driveway was broken into; no items reported stolen. Serial 0327 of 28/01.
Wyncombe Close, Fittleworth – Overnight on Saturday 27 January, an insecure vehicle was entered and loose change stolen. Serial 0392 of 28/01.
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