Monday 17 - 23 September 2018
News and appeals
There have been numerous arrests over the past week. Offences include domestic assault, possession of offensive weapon, threats to kill, possession of Class A drug, excess alcohol, fail to stop, possession of Class B drug, stalking, witness intimidation, malicious communications, wanted on warrant, drunk and disorderly, possession of Class C, blackmail, burglary dwelling and breach of court order.
Dangerous driver who ran from crash scene jailed for three years
Sussex Police launch rural crime strategy
The strategy outlines how the Force is working to prevent and tackle crime in the countryside.
New Deputy Chief Constable for Sussex Police
Jo Shiner will move from Kent Police to Sussex
Sussex Police Fraud Newsletter (see attachment)
There has been a recent rise in courier fraud. This month’s Keep your Money Safe looks at a couple of cases where victims suffered substantial financial losses. Elderly people get a phone call claiming to be from their bank advising they need to return their bank cards. They then send a ‘courier’ to collect the cards and or cash from the victim’ home address.
Where the victim has not cancelled the cards, attempts and withdrawals have been made using the card. In some cases the victims have also provided their PINs to the courier.
Hewarts Lane, Pagham – Overnight on Tuesday 18 September there was an attempt theft of a vehicle; a key had been jammed into the ignition. Serial 0252 of 19/09.
Rose Green Road, Pagham – Overnight on Tuesday 18 September a vehicle was entered and a wallet stolen. Serial 0493 of 19/09.
Waterloo Road, Felpham – Between 1.00 pm on Thursday 20 September and 0900 am on Friday 21 September a vehicle was broken into. Items stolen include:- child’s full Brighton and Hove team kit with name ‘Henry’ on the back, a cased Dewalt drill and a coat. Serial 0540 of 21/09.
Adlington Gardens, Bognor – On Friday 21 September a large amount of money was stolen from an insecure van. Serial 0624 of 21/09.
Hillsboro Road, Orchard – On Tuesday 18 September a garage was broken into and a black Carrera Crossfire cycle stolen. Serial 0235 of 18/09. The locked door and been forced to gain entry. Serial 0235 of 18/09.
Brooks Lane, Hotham – Overnight on Monday 17 September a container was broken into and tools stolen. Serial 0249 of 18/09.
The Arcade, Bognor – On Monday 17 September during the early hours of the morning a shed was broken into and kitchen utensils and tools stolen. Serial 1164 of 18/09.
Carousel Court, Orchard – On Wednesday 21 September during the afternoon and evening a 32 inch television was stolen from a property. Serial 1305 of 19/09.
Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround
Lashmar Road, East Preston – On Tuesday 18 September between 8.30 am and 5.30 pm both number plates were stolen from a vehicle. Serial 0176 of 19/09.
Mill Lane, Arundel – On Tuesday 18 September a vehicle was broken into; loose change and a tray of cleaning equipment were stolen. Serial 1374 of 19/09.
Dorset Close, Littlehampton – Overnight on Friday 21 September a vehicle was entered and a purse stolen. Serial 0373 of 22/09.
Rosemead, Littlehampton – Overnight on Friday 21 September an insecure vehicle was entered and a sat nav and loose change were stolen. Serial 0733 of 23/03.
Park Lane, Slindon – On Saturday 22 September the rear window to a vehicle was smashed and a handbag stolen. Serial 0988 of 23/09.
Blenheim Road, Yapton – Between Friday 14 September and Tuesday 18 September a Dagger kayak was stolen from a garage. It is described as being ‘a green Kayak, Nomad Design, 8’6” with distinguishing stickers reading ‘Alpine Activities’ but these could be removed. Serial 0217 of 19/09.
The Drive, East Preston – Between Wednesday 19 September and Saturday 22 September an unoccupied property was broken into and costume jewellery stolen. Serial 0430 of 22/09.
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