Fri 19 October 2018

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Weekly Bulletin - Arun District

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Monday 23 April - Sunday 29 April

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Numerous arrests were made over the week in Arun and Chichester. The offences include excess alcohol, attempted actual bodily harm, domestic assault, assault police, disqualified driving, driving with no insurance, criminal damage, shoplifting, stalking, affray, wanted on warrant, grievous bodily harm, theft of cycle, cannabis production and common assault.


Boys robbed of mountain bikes in Littlehampton

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Police warning to West Sussex residents about thefts by bogus ‘water board’ callers

Three incidents in one day, in Pagham, Arundel and Cowfold. Please click on link below:-


Two sentenced after illegal steroids ‘lab’ discovered in Aldingbourne portacabin

Chris Young and Tracy Robinson sentenced to nine and three years respectively - and now face asset confiscation proceedings.  Please click on link below:-


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Crime summary

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Elm Grove, Marine - On Saturday 21 April, two cycles were stolen from a shed.  Serial 0091 of 23/04.


Ockley Court, Marine – Overnight on Thursday 19 April a cycle was stolen from a Ventura Mountain bike was stolen from a shed.  Description: Red/black in colour, black saddle with blue cycle lock on handle bars.   Serial 0433 of 23/04.


Hatherleigh Gardens, Orchard – Overnight on Wednesday 25 April a bike was stolen from a shed.  Description: Carrera Vulcan, black with lime green features and bike register stickers present.   Serial 1148 of 26/04. 

Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround


Shellbridge Road, Slindon Common – On Wednesday 25 April, between 8.05 am and 9.00 am a property was entered and two Apple iPads stolen.  Serial 0806 of 26/04.


Cornwall Road, River - On Sunday 22 April, during the hours of the morning a van was  stolen from outside a home address.  The van was later recovered in a nearby car park by the owner – power tools had been stolen and damage caused to the side door and ignition.   Serial 0901 of 23/04.


Chanctonbury Road, Rustington – On Tuesday 24 April a vehicle was broken into and a purse stolen.   The purse was later recovered by nearby but the driving licence had been stolen.  Serial 0262 of 26/02.


Sea Lane, Rustington – On Wednesday 25 April an insecure vehicle was entered; no items reported stolen.  Serial 0601 of 26/04


Goodwood Close, Rustington – Overnight on Thursday 26 April a spare tyre and paint was stolen from the boot of a vehicle.  Serial 0486 of 27/04. 


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