Monday 10-16 September 2018
News and appeals
There have been numerous arrests over the past week. Offences include cannabis production, burglary dwelling, theft, assault police, offensive weapon, criminal damage, harassment, grievous bodily harm, breach of non-molestation road, shoplifting, wanted on warrant, excess alcohol, going equipped, stalking, trespass, immigration, possession of class A drugs and actual bodily harm.
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Identity sought in Angmering motorcycle collision
Police would like to trace this man in connection to a collision in Angmering.
The suspect and a pillion were riding a motorcycle on the pavement in Rowan Way, Angmering, around 5.30pm on Saturday (8 September) when they collided with a cyclist. For further information, click on the link https://sussex.police.uk/news/identity-sought-in-angmering-motorcycle-collision/
Safe a life, surrender your knife: Sussex Police supports national knife crime
Knife owners are being encouraged to give up their blades anonymously at any Sussex Police Station. Click on the link https://sussex.police.uk/news/save-a-life-surrender-your-knife-sussex-police-supports-national-knife-crime-campaign/
Did you witness a collision while driving a blue minibus in Bognor?
Police are appealing for witnesses of a Bognor Regis collision between a car and pedestrian to come forward.
A VW Touran collided with a woman in her 40s in Bronze Close, Bognor Regis, around 7.45am on Friday (7 September). For further information, click on the link
Casey McCloud - missing from Littlehampton
Police are concerned for missing teenager Casey McCloud. For further information, click on the link https://sussex.police.uk/news/casey-mccloud-missing-from-littlehampton/
Elmer Road, Middleton - On Monday 10 September a garage was broken into and a man’s bicycle stolen. It is not known how entry was gained to the garage. Serial 115 10/09/18
Davenport Road, Felpham - On Friday 14 September a property was burgled. The door was not forced so believed it may have been left insecure. A mobile phone, IPad, wine and a Dyson hoover were stolen. Serial 230 14/09/18
High Street, Bognor Regis- On Saturday 15 September a property was broken into, access was gained by forcing the bedroom window. This occurred between 2.00 pm and 5.00 pm, only cash was stolen. Serial 997 15/09/18
Chalcraft Lane, Bersted - On Tuesday 11 September, there was a report of damage at the community centre. The middle bar of the parallel bar has been damaged and litter has been left behind. Serial 253 11/09/18
Over the past week there have been a total of 2 reports of breaks to vehicles. These occurred in the following locations, Devonshire Road and Nyewood lane, Bognor Regis.
Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround
York Road, Littlehampton- On Saturday 15 September there was a report of a break to River Beach Primary School. There was no damage, believed an insecure window was pulled open. Nothing stolen but a group of youths were seen climbing into the school grounds. Serial 991 15/09/18
Priory Road, Arundel- On Monday 10 September, there was a report of a break to several allotment sheds. The doors were forced open and one shed had a gardening knife stolen from within. Serial 10/09/18 274
Langmeads Close, East Preston - On Wednesday 12 September, there was a report of a group of youths damaging a bench. There was also lots of rubbish left at the location. No description for the group available, other than that they were teenagers. Serial 1306 12/09/18
Over the past week there have been a total of 13 reports of breaks to vehicles. These occurred in some of the following locations, Nursery Road, Angmering, Travel lodge Arundel Road, Fontwell and Park Lane, Slindon.
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