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Chichester District - 22 to 28 July 2019 weekly bulletin
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Weekly Bulletin – Chichester District
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Monday 22 to 28 July 2019
News and appeals
A number of arrests were made this week across the Chichester and Arun district. Offences included: Domestic Violence Assault, Cannabis Production, Wanted on Warrant, Shoplifting, Excess Alcohol, Fraud, Possession of a Knife, Breach of the Peace, Assaulting a Police Officer, Burglary, Theft, Criminal Damage, Possession with Intent to Supply Class A Drugs, Robbery, Common Assault, Theft of a Motor Vehicle, Actual Bodily Harm, Stalking, Theft from a Motor Vehicle, Grievous Bodily Harm, Outraging Public Decency, Affray, Harassment,
Police officers, staff and volunteers honoured at awards ceremony
Dozens of police staff and officers have been recognised for their exemplary performance at an annual awards ceremony.
Woman pleads guilty to stealing more than £100,000 from a Birdham company
A woman whole stole nearly £117,000 from a business has pleaded guilty at court. Lynn Boakes, 47 of Sea Lane in Pagham, was hired as a book keeper at a steel company in Birdham in April 2013 and was responsible for the Company’s payroll.
Crouch Cross Lane, Boxgrove – On Monday 22 July we received a report of a shed break. Damage was caused to the door but nothing stolen. Serial 0046 22/7
Priors Acre, Boxgrove – On Monday 22 July we received a report of a break to a garden summer house. A padlock was broken. Nothing was removed. Serial 1510 22/7
Lavant Road, Lavant – On Tuesday 23 July a vehicle was broken into whilst parked in a layby. Nothing stolen. Serial 0891 23/7
Walton Lane, Bosham – Overnight into Tuesday 23 July two vehicles were broken into. Nothing of value was stolen. Serial 0581 23/7
Chidham Lane, Chidham – On Wednesday 24 July a vehicle was broken into whilst parked in a public car park. Serial 0713 26/7
Gaston Way, Lavant – On Friday 26 July two garden sheds were broken into. Locks were damaged but nothing taken. Serial 0940 26/7
Chidham Lane Car Park – On Saturday 27 July a vehicle was broken into whilst parked in a car park. Car keys were stolen to another vehicle and that vehicle was stolen from the location. Serial 0708 27/7
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)
Old Common Close, Birdham – On Monday 22 July we received a report of a garage break where a bike was stolen. This occurred over night on 20/7. Serial 0905 22/7
Cakeham Road, West Wittering – On Saturday 27 July a property was broken into where a number of items were stolen from the property. Serial 1208 27/7
Appledram Lane South, Fishbourne – On Saturday 27 July a vehicle was broken into. A window was smashed and handbag stolen. Serial 1579 27/7
Chichester Road, West Wittering – On Sunday 28 July a handbag was stolen from the kitchen of a property. Serial 0753 28/7
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)
Bepton Road, Midhurst – On Monday 22 July we received a report of a motorcycle being stolen from outside a property. The vehicle was a Blue and White Suzuki Serial 0213 22/7
Highfield Close, Easebourne, Midhurst – On Tuesday 23 July we received a report of a property being broken into during day time hours. Car keys were stolen from the location and an Audi vehicle was taken from the driveway. Serial 0951 23/7
Tullecoombe Hill, Rogate – On Tuesday 23 July a vehicle was broken into and handbag stolen. Serial 0531 23/7
North Street, Rogate – On Tuesday 23 July a vehicle was broken into and handbag stolen. Serial 0666 23/7
Severals Road, Bepton, Midhurst – On Wednesday 24 July we received a report of a workshop being broken into at a property. Garden and engineering tools were stolen. Serial 1797 24/7
Rake Road, Milland, - On Friday 26 July we received a report that a shed was broken into between 21 July and 25 July. A Chainsaw and a bag of clothing was stolen from the location. Serial 1043 26/7
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