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Weekly Bulletin - Arun District

Alert message sent 09/05/2019 13:51:00

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29 April - 5 May 2019

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Numerous arrests were made over this week.  Offences included criminal damage, assault police, excess alcohol, possession of Class A, actual bodily harm, shoplifting, stalking, harassment, breach of non-molestation order, dangerous driving, burglary dwelling, threats to kill, wanted on warrant, failure to comply with a Community Protection Notice, possession with intent to supply a Class B drug, theft of motor vehicle, driving whilst disqualified and drug driving. 
Man identified in connection to Littlehampton petrol theft
Officers arrested a man on Tuesday (7 May).
Mother and daughter sentenced for serious Bognor Regis assault
Joan and Zoe Lee inflicted serious injuries on another woman in January.
Officer dedicated to combat fraud awarded British Empire Medal
PC Bernadette Lawrie attended the major’s parlour at Worthing town hall.
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Crime summary


Burnham Avenue, Bognor – Overnight on Sunday 28 April, an insecure vehicle was entered and bank cards stolen.  Serial 0296 of 29/04.
Annandale Avenue, Orchard – Overnight on Monday 29 April, a vehicle was entered and a mobile phone and chocolates stolen.  Serial 1442 of 30/04.
Merchant Street, Marine – Overnight on Thursday 2 May an insecure vehicle was entered and an iPod Touch and clarinet stolen.  Serial 0412 of 03/05.
The Arcade, Hotham – Overnight on Saturday 4 May a shop window was smashed.  Serial 0371 of 05/05.

Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround

Broad Piece, Ham – Overnight on Sunday 28 April a mobile food outlet trailer was broken into; items of food and a petrol can were stolen.  Serial 0153 of 29/04.
Hook Lane, Aldingbourne – On Wednesday 1 May a garage was broken into and a large quantity of tools stolen.  Serial 0661 of 01/05.
Overstrand Avenue, Rustington – Overnight on Tuesday 30 April a cycle was stolen from a garage.  Serial 1548 of 01/05.
East Street, Littlehampton – Overnight on Thursday 3 May a property was entered and food stolen from the kitchen.   Serial 1350 of 03/05.  
Singleton Crescent, Ferring – On Tuesday 30 April there was a report of scrap metal being stolen from the front of a property.  Serial 1251 of 30/04.
Norfolk Road, Beach – Overnight on Monday 29 April a sports touring motorcycle was stolen.  Serial 0082 of 01/05.
Anti-Social Behaviour

Surrey Street, Littlehampton – On Tuesday 30 April there was a report of youths on a business roof.  Officers attended and words of advice were given.  Serial 0906 of 30/04.

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