Fri 17 August 2018

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Weekly Bulletin - Chichester District

Alert message sent 09/02/2018 11:49:00

Information sent on behalf of Sussex Police

Monday 29 January - Sunday 4 February


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Numerous arrests were made over the weekend in Arun and Chichester. The offences included:- excess alcohol, drunk and disorderly, domestic assault, drug driving, obstruction, common assault and breach of bail.   

 

Camouflage quad bike stolen in Petworth burglary

 

Have you seen the distinctive vehicle?

 

Please click on link below:-
https://sussex.police.uk/news/camouflage-quad-bike-stolen-in-petworth-burglary/

 

Selsey Town Hall to be a shared space for Sussex Police and town council

The new base was officially opened on Friday (2 February).

Please click on link below:- 

 

https://sussex.police.uk/news/selsey-town-hall-to-be-a-shared-space-for-sussex-police-and-town-council/

 

 
Crime summary
Chichester (WC1)

Lavant Road, Chichester – Between Saturday 27 January and Monday 29 January two shipping containers were broken into and tools stolen.   Serial 0381 of 29/01.

 

Florence Road, Chichester – Overnight on Thursday 1 February a shed was broken into.  Items stolen include:- six archery bows (plain black with strings), approximately 30 arrows, Apollo Slant 18 gear mountain bike and a blue Carrera 21 gear mountain bike.  Serial 0336 of 02/02. 

 

Adelaide Road, Chichester –  On Saturday 3 February during the evening, a property was broken into.   No further details are available at the time of writing this bulletin.  Serial 1164 of 03/02.

 

Garland Square, Tangmere – Overnight on Thursday 1 February a battery was stolen from a vehicle.   Serial 0457 of 02/02.   

 

Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)

 

Drift Road, Selsey – Overnight on Friday 26 January a generation was stolen from a building site.   Serial 0509 of 29/01.

 

Lock Lane, Birdham – There was a report of a grey Seago 230 inflatable dingy having been stolen between Wednesday 10 January and Monday 29 January.   Serial 0936 of 29/01

 

Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)

 

Queens Street, Stedham – Between Saturday 27 January and Monday 29 January, a van was broken into and tools stolen.   Serial 0625 of 29/01.

 

Common View, Stedham – Between Sunday 28 January and Monday 29 January, a van was broken into and tools stolen.  Serial 0696 of 29/01.   There was also a report of a further van being broken into in the same road overnight on Sunday 28 January where tools were stolen.  Serial 0387 of 29/01.

 

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

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