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Weekly Bulletin - Chichester

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Weekly Bulletin – Chichester District

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Monday 30th April to 6th May 2018


News and appeals


Numerous arrests were made over the week in Arun and Chichester. The offences include shoplifting, common assault, theft, going equipped, fail to stop, excess alcohol, drunk and disorderly, affray, wanted on warrant, threats to damage, possession of Class A drug, domestic assault, grievous bodily harm, actual bodily harm, disqualified driving, no vehicle insurance, drug driving and possession of Class B drug.


Help needed as we investigate death of a cyclist at Chichester


Officers would welcome any information concerning a fatal collision on the A27 Chichester by pass



Appeal for witnesses after car and cyclist collide Chichester – 7/5


On Bank Holiday Monday police attended a collision between a Volkswagen Golf and pedal cycle at the roundabout junction of Spitalfield Lane and Douglas Martin Road, Chichester.


Witnesses sought following altercation at Goodwood


Police are appealing for witnesses following an altercation at Goodwood Racecourse.


Crime Summary


Chichester (WC1)


Common Road, Hambrook – on Tuesday 1 May between the hours of 0900x1900 a residential property was broken into via a smashed window.  Electrical equipment was stolen.  Serial 1210 01/05


Kingley Vale Car Park, West Stoke – On Wednesday 2 May a vehicle was broken into and 2 handbags stolen.  Serial 0146 2/5.


Reeds Farm, Oving – on Wednesday 2 May we received a report that diesel was stolen from a fuel tank.  Serial 0397 2/5


West Stoke Car Park – on Friday 4 May we received a report that a vehicle was broken into between 1300x1400 on 1 May and a handbag stolen from the boot.  Serial 0750 4/5.


North Street, Chichester – on Saturday 5 May at approx. 2300 hrs a jewellery shop was broken into.  Serial 1428 5/5.


Baylys, Racton, - on Sunday 6 May a car has been broken into and handbag and purse stolen.  Serial 0691 6/5



Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)


Clappers Lane, Earnley – on Tuesday 1 May a building site was broken into and containers accessed.  Serial 0209 01/05.


East Beach Road, Selsey – on Tuesday 1 May a building site was broken into but nothing taken.  Serial 0221.


Croft Way, Selsey – on Sunday 6 May seven tyres on 2 vehicles were slashed whilst parked on a driveway.  Serial 0704 6/5


Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)


Pound Street, Petworth – on Monday 30 April a SatNav was taken from a vehicle that had been left insecure.  Serial 0717 30/4


Harting Down Car Park – on Tuesday 1 May a vehicle was broken into via a smashed window.  A handbag was stolen.  Serial 0659 1/5.


Hilltop Car Park, Cocking Hill – on Friday 4 May a vehicle was broken into via a smashed window.  A briefcase and coat was stolen.  Serial 0433 4/5


The Old Creamery, Kirdford – on Saturday 5 May a vehicle had it’s wheels stolen.  Serial 0278 5/5


The Green, Fernhurst, - on Friday 4 May we received a report that a property was entered between 29/4 and 4/5.  The garden shed was broken into and a statue taken.  Serial 0736 4/5




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