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Weekly Bulletin - Arun District

Alert message sent 23/07/2019 14:04:00

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15-21 July 2019

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Numerous arrests were made during the week.  Offences include: possession of Class A drug, excess alcohol, actual bodily harm, assault police, common assault, possession of Class B drug, drug driving, breach of the peace, wanted on warrant, shoplifting, stalking, criminal damage, cannabis production and breach of non-molestation order and burglary dwelling, drink driving and affray.  

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Crime summary


Elmer Road, Middleton – Overnight on Tuesday 16 July a vehicle had two tyres slashed/punctured.    Serial 0550 of 17/07.
Middleton Road, Middleton – Between Sunday 14 July and Tuesday 16 July a vehicle was entered and cash stolen.  Serial 1003 of 16/07.
Princess Avenue, Aldwick – On Friday 19 July during the day, the window to a vehicle was smashed.  Serial 0580 of 19/07.
Gravits Lane, Bognor – Overnight on Monday 15 July a secure off-road bike and a lawn mower was stolen from a property’s front garden.  Serial 0558 of 16/07.  
Park Drive, Felpham - Overnight on Monday 15 July an insecure vehicle was entered and loose change stolen.  Serial 0319 of 16/07.  

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St Johns Close, Aldingbourne – On Monday 15 July during the evening, there was an attempt break to a shed; nothing reported stolen.  Serial 1683 of 15/07.
Binsted Lane, Arundel – Between Thursday 11 July and Sunday 14 July two sheds were broken into; nothing reported stolen however damage was caused to the sheds.  Serial 0909 of 16/07.
Beach Road, River – Overnight on Thursday 18 July there was an attempt break to a property; no entry was gained but damage was caused to the door lock.  Serial 1432 of 19/07.
Park Bottom, Arundel – Overnight on Thursday 18 July there was an attempt break to a business; damage was caused to the doors.  Serial 0325 of 20/07.

Norfolk Road, Littlehampton – On Sunday 21 July, three intruders were disturbed attempting to break into a garage.   The occupant heard noises and upon investigation saw his garage door open and three male suspects walking off.   Nothing was reported stolen.  Serial 0150 of 21/07.
Green Lane, Climping – Overnight on Saturday 20 July a shed was broken into.  Items stolen include:-  petrol lawnmower, petrol strimmer, Bosch cordless drill and a small off road motorbike.   Serial 0295 of 21/07.
Grange Close, Ferring – Overnight on Sunday 14 July a vehicle was broken into and a gym bag stolen.  Serial 0731 of 15/07.

Anti-Social Behaviour

Winchester Road, Rustington – On Tuesday 16 July, early afternoon, there was a report of two youths driving their mopeds around the estate in an anti-social manner and wearing no crash helmets.    Officers attended however the youths had left the area.     Serial 0701 of 16/07.

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