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Weekly Bulletin - Arun District
Alert message sent 07/08/2019 16:05:00
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29 July - 4 August
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Numerous arrests were made during the week. Offences include: domestic assault, grievous bodily harm, burglary, possession of Class B drug, theft of cycle, affray, drunk and disorderly, excess alcohol, assault police, stalking, breach of the peace, driving whilst disqualified, drug driving, shoplifting, breach of bail, and theft from motor vehicle.
Longford Road, Orchard – On Thursday 1 August, between 5.00 pm and 7.00 pm, a property was entered via an insecure window and cash and jewellery were stolen. Serial 1416 of 01/08.
Hawthorn Road, Orchard – Overnight on Friday 2 August a brick was used to smash a shop door window; no entry was gained. Serial 0313 of 03/08.
Durban Road, Orchard – On Sunday 4 August during the early hours of the morning there was an attempt break to a unit were the alarm had been activated; no entry or damage caused. Serial 0277 of 04/08.
Shaw Gardens, Bersted – Overnight on Wednesday 31 July a vehicle was entered and bank card stolen. Serial 1614 of 01/08.
Ashbee Gardens, Bersted – Overnight on Wednesday 31 July a vehicle was entered; loose change, sunglasses and a bank card was stolen. Serial 0152 of 02/08.
Bersted Street, Orchard – On Sunday 4 August, there was a report of yellow illuminous paint having been thrown over the front wall of a property. Serial 0440 of 04/08.
Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround
Cleeves Way, Rustington – Between Tuesday 9 July and Sunday 21 July there was an attempt break to a garage; no entry was gained however damage was caused to the door. Serial 0640 of 01/08.
Goda Road, Littlehampton – Overnight on Monday 29 July a vehicle was entered and a bank card and driving licence was stolen. Serial 0351 of 30/07.
Roundstone Lane, Angmering – Overnight on Tuesday 30 July the rear window to a forklift was smashed; nothing reported stolen. Serial 0487 of 31/07.
St Catherine’s Road, River – During the early hours of the morning a vehicle was entered and loose change and alcohol was stolen. Serial 0197 of 01/08.
Highdown Drive, Wick – Between Thursday 1 August and Saturday 3 August a vehicle was entered and a wallet stolen. Serial 1992 of 03/08.
Barnham Road, Eastergate – On Sunday 4 August, during the early hours of the morning a vehicle was entered and a ladies rucksack containing clothing and a bank card was stolen. The clothing was found discarded further down the road. Serial 0401 of 04/08. There were other car breaks in this area over the same period – please see below:-
Barnham Road, Eastergate – Overnight on Saturday 3 August a vehicle was entered and sunglasses stolen. Serial 0631 of 04/08.
Chesham Place, Barnham – Overnight on Saturday 3 August a vehicle was entered and loose change stolen. Serial 0876 of 04/08.
Warren Way, Barnham – Overnight on Saturday 3 August a vehicle was entered and loose change stolen. Serial 0925 of 04/08.
Drovers Way, Barnham – Overnight on Saturday 3 August a vehicle was entered and a empty glasses case from the glove compartment was stolen. Serial 1135 of 04/08.
Chalcraft Lane, Bersted – On Monday 29 July there was a report of six youths (aged 12-15) trying to ride a Motorcycle. The informant reported they had been there previously and had then caused damage to one of the telephone mast’s. Officers attended, however the youths had already made off. Serial 0841 of 29/07.
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