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Weekly Bulletin - Arun District

Alert message sent 12/09/2018 15:08:00

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Monday 3rd - 9th September 2018

News and appeals

There have been numerous arrests over the past week.  Offences include:-  domestic assault, theft, actual bodily harm, theft of motor vehicle, driving with no insurance, drug driving, possession of Class B drug, burglary dwelling, robbery, possession of Class A drug, fraud, assault police, criminal damage, shoplifting, wanted on warrant, immigration and breach of bail.


Rewind: Our new campaign promotes stop and search powers

Stop and search legislation can be complicated which is why we’ve introduced the Rewind campaign to simplify it. Click on link:-


New team to support victims of sex offences in Sussex is now operational

This role is a dedicated resource to help support victims of serious sexual assaults. Click on link:-


Man charged with burglary offences in Arun and Chichester

Barry Shaw has been charged with 10 offences. Click on link:-


Latest drink and drug-driving convictions revealed

A total of 163 motorists were arrested during a summer crackdown in Sussex.  Click on link:-


Seventy new officers join Sussex Police

It is the largest single intake of new officers for more than ten years. Click on link:-


Do you recognise these people connected to attempted Bognor bike theft?

Please get in touch if you know them. Click on link:-


Two more war memorials stolen from West Sussex

Police are appealing for information following the thefts in Yapton and Petworth.  Click on link:-

Crime summary



Strand Way, Felpham – Overnight on Thursday 6 September there was a break to a building site where a large quantity of tools and welding items were stolen.  Serial 0234 of 07/09.


Elmer Road, Middleton – On Friday 7 September between 9.00 pm and 9.30 pm a cycle was stolen from a garage.  The ‘Cube’ bike is a black and blue colour with blue lines on the grips.  Serial 1330 of 07/09.


Steyne Street, Marine – On Tuesday 4 September just after 7.00 pm West Sussex Fire and Rescue were called to a deliberate bush fire.  Serial 1096 of 4/09.  


Arnhem Road, Orchard – On Saturday 8 September there was a report of a vehicle having been keyed to the rear, bonnet and wing.  Serial 0632 of 08/09.


Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround


Broad Piece, Littlehampton – On Tuesday 4 September during the early hours of the morning, there was an attempt break to a large retail shop; no entry was gained.  Serial 0257 of 04/09.


Ford Road, Arundel – Overnight on Sunday 2 September a vehicle was entered and an i-Pod and wallet stolen. Serial 0301 of 03/09.


Top Road, Slindon - On Friday 7 September at mid-day there was a report of a vehicle having been broken into and a bag stolen.  The rear window had been smashed.  Serial 0506 of 07/09.


Berry Lane, Littlehampton – Overnight on Monday 3 September a window to a property was damaged caused by stones having been thrown at it.  Serial 0196 of 04/09.


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