Monday 2 April - Sunday 8 April
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Numerous arrests were made over the week in Arun and Chichester. The offences included:- breach of the peace, theft, offensive weapon, grievous bodily harm, harassment, drink driving, criminal damage, common assault, possession of Class A, affray and wanted on warrant.
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The victim has serious head injuries after being attacked.
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Elderly man suffers serious injuries in Middleton-on-Sea collision
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Downview Road, Felpham – Between Monday 2 April and Wednesday 4 April a building site was broken into and tools stolen. Serial 0286 of 04/04.
Aldwick Road, Aldwick – Overnight on Sunday 1 April a vehicle was entered via unknown means and bank cards stolen. Serial 0313 of 02/04.
Sea Road, Felpham – Overnight on Friday 6 April a van was entered via unknown means and a tool box containing a Stihl chain saw, hedge trimmer, leaf blower and cased socket set stolen. Serial 0469 of 07/04.
Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround
Broad Piece, Littlehampton – Overnight on Sunday 1 April, there was an attempt break to a shop; no entry was gained but damage was caused to the door. Serial 0180 of 02/04.
The Street, Rustington – Overnight on Sunday 1 April a shop was broken into. There are no further details available at the time of writing this bulletin. Serial 0182 of 02/04.
Parkside Avenue, Littlehampton – Overnight on Friday 6 April a garage was broken into and tools stolen. Serial 0577 of 07/04.
Ferring Lane, Ferring – Overnight on Friday 6 April a van was entered and a Honda GX190 generator stolen and power tools. Serial 0364 of 07/04.
Elspring Mead, Wick – Overnight on Saturday 7 April windows were smashed to two vans. Serial 0249 of 08/04.
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