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Weekly Bulletin - Chichester District 9th to 15th April 2018

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Weekly Bulletin – Chichester District

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Monday 9th April to 15th April 2018


News and appeals


Numerous arrests were made over the week in Arun and Chichester. The offences include domestic assault, excess alcohol, drunk and disorderly, shoplifting, disqualified driving, theft by employee, trespass on railway, dangerous driving, affray, threats to destroy property, criminal damage and attempted theft of pedal cycle.   


Additional Officers to strengthen policing in Sussex


Sussex Police has an exciting opportunity to strengthen policing with an additional 200 Officers.  Link below….


Missing Petworth man Darrell Hansman found


A Petworth man reported missing on Monday 16th April has been found without any harm having come to him….  Full link below.


Stand Up to Stalking – Police re-affirm commitment to support stalking victims


Chichester burglar sentenced for eight offences


A joint Sussex and Hampshire Police investigation saw Jason Martin convicted of four offences in each count.  Further information is detailed on the link below….




 Chichester District Council – Adopt an Area campaign.


Chichester District Council launch their Adopt an area campaign.  This aims to bring communities together to take pride in their area and help us keep the district clean and tidy.  A link is attached to their campaign information below…


Crime Summary


Chichester (WC1)


Bleaches Court, Lavant, Chichester – On Monday 9 April a shed was set on fire at around 0200 hrs.  0408 09/04


Kingley Vale Car Park, Chichester – On Monday 9 April a vehicle was broken into by slashing the roof and rear window.  A handbag and contents was stolen from the boot.  1328 09/04


Bosham Lane, Bosham – Between Saturday 7 April and Tuesday 10 April, an outboard motor was stolen from a boat.  Serial 0660 10/4


Cedar Drive, Chichester – On Tuesday 10 April a vehicle was broken into and personal possessions including a Sat Nav and Sunglasses were stolen.  Serial 0769 10/4


Barlow Road, Chichester – On Tuesday 10 April, between the hours of 0900 and 1900 hrs property was broken into and electrical equipment and cash was stolen.  Serial 1119 10/4


Kingsham Road, Chichester – On Saturday 14 April a shed was broken into via a broken padlock.  No items stolen.  Serial 0286 14/4


High Street, Chilgrove – On Saturday 14 April between the hours of 1430 and 1530 a vehicle was broken into via a rear window being smashed.  A handbag containing cash was stolen.  Serial 0733 14/4


Main Road, Emsworth – On Sunday 15 April a van has been broken into and a rucksack and personal possessions stolen.  Serial 0083 15/4



Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)


Main Road, Birdham – On Friday 13 April a shed was broken into and tools stolen.  Access gained by breaking a padlock.  Serial 0675 13/4


Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)


Lakers Lea, Loxwood, Billingshurst – On Sunday 15 April a property was broken into and tools stolen.  Serial 0885/ 15/4


Guildford Road, Loxwood  - On Tuesday 10 April a yard was broken into and a jetwash stolen.  Serial 0213 10/4


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