Monday 24 - 30 September 2018
News and appeals
There have been numerous arrests over the past week. Offences include domestic assault, actual bodily harm, excess alcohol, threats to kill, grievous bodily harm, shoplifting, possession of Class A drug, cannabis production, drunk and disorderly, theft, criminal damage, fraud, robbery, immigration, common assault and wanted on warrant, affray, drink driving and stalking.
Update from Sussex Safer Roads Partnership
We now move onto another campaign which for October is Tyre Safe. With the evenings drawing in and darker colder mornings the roads are starting to present more challenging driving conditions. We are reminding drivers to look after their tyres and they will look after them.
Tyre safe have a number of videos that will be posted throughout the month. There is also a blog running on our SSRP website that will also provide information and various sources for help and advice. Please click on link:-
Police identify the owner of a dog involved in a Bognor Regis attack
The toddler involved in the accident has made a full recovery.
Police cease to record lost property reports
The decision has been made nationally, however police will still accept items of found property.
Man arrested in connection with Rustington fire
Emergency services were called to the blaze on Sunday 30 September.
Bognor Regis Neighbourhood Watch Community Facebook
Please click on link below for latest Neighbourhood Watch information
High street, Hotham - On Tuesday 25 September there was a report of a break to a property. Access was gained via the front door, which has been kicked causing damage to the lock. Two gold rings were stolen. Serial 938 25/09/18
Guernsey Farm lane, Felpham - On Wednesday 26 September two outbuildings were entered and two bikes stolen. Padlocks were forced off the doors allowing entry. Serial 175 26/09/18
Hilsboro Road, Bognor Regis- On Friday 28 September a property was entered via an insecure door. A tidy search was conducted and a laptop stolen and cash stolen. Serial 618 28/09/18
Sea Way, Elmer – On Friday 28 September there was a report of suspicious males in a vehicle. The males were heard to say “There’s no point, they have CCTV” Serial 1285 28/09/18
Over the week there have been a total of 9 reports to breaks to vehicles. These occurred in Guernsey Farm Lane, Kelmscott way, Richmond Avenue and Mackintosh Drive.
Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround
Bushby Avenue, Rustington- Report of a break to an insecure garage which occurred on Tuesday 25 September. Power tools were stolen as well as cash. Serial 228 25/09/18
Ruston Park, Rustington- Report of a break to a garage which occurred on Tuesday 25 September. A racing bike stolen. Serial 352 25/09/18
Sea Avenue, Rustington- On Tuesday 25 September there was a break to a property. Nothing was stolen, but items within the property were moved. Serial 763 25/09/18
The Meadows, Walberton- On Tuesday 25 September a garage was broken into. Access was gained by cutting off the padlock and a £300 generator was stolen. Serial 1469 25/09/18
Fitzalan Road, Arundel – On Thursday 27 September a garage was broken into. Unknown how entry was gained, a ladder and a pressure washer were stolen. Serial 955 27/09/18
Over the week there have been 27 reports of breaks to vehicles. 11 of these occurred in Angmering in the following roads- Kinleside Way, Hazel Road, Lucksfield Way, Windmill Close, Meadowside, Chesnutt Court, Ashmore Avenue, Apple Grove, Darlington Close and Beech Way.
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