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Weekly Bulletin - Chichester District

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Weekly Bulletin – Chichester District

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Monday 12 March to 18 March 2018


News and appeals


Numerous arrests were made over the week in Arun and Chichester. The offences included:- drunk and disorderly, excess alcohol, possession of Class B, actual bodily harm, criminal damage, drink driving, shoplifting, drug driving, breach of court bail, affray, breach of the peace and harassment.



Police seek public support for latest counter terrorist awareness campaign.


No call or click will be ignored.  What you tell the Police is treated in the strictest confidence and is thoroughly researched by experienced officers before, and if, any police action is taken.  Please click the link below for further information:-


Police support campaign raising awareness of risks of child sexual exploitation


Sources of information and advice about preventing child sexual exploitation are available on the link below:-


Thefts of Heating Oil from Chichester Properties


We have seen incidents of theft of heating oil from properties in the Chichester area.  Please remain vigilant and consider any preventative measures that can be taken. 


Crime Summary


Chichester (WC1)


Hylters Lane, Chilgrove (nr West Dean Woods Nature Reserve) – on Monday 12 March a vehicle was broken into via a smashed window.  Personal belongings stolen.  Serial 0740 12/03


Wildham Lane, Stoughton (Stoughton Down car park) – on Monday 12 March a vehicle was broken into via a smashed window.  Personal items including a phone had been stolen from under passenger seat.  Serial 0760 12/3


Southdown Close, Chichester – on Thursday 15 March a property was broken into and TV’s stolen.  Entry was via a forced door.  Serial 0978 15/3


Aldsworth, Emsworth – on Thursday 15 March a property was broken into and bike stolen from conservatory.  Serial 1184 15/3 


William Road, Chichester – on Friday 16 March damage caused to vehicles, including windscreen wipers ripped off and tyres deflated whilst parked at address.  Serial 0529 16/3


Victoria Road, Chichester – on Sunday 18 March a bike trailer was stolen from garden.  Serial 0727 18/3


Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)


Warners Lane, Selsey – On Tuesday 13 March a stable was broken into.  Items stolen included solar energiser, light fittings and batteries.  Serial 0117 13/3



Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)


B2146, South Harting – On Monday 12 March a vehicle parked in the scout group car park was broken into via a smashed window.  Personal items including a bag of clothing were stolen.  Serial 1208 12/3



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