12-18th August 2019
News and appeals
Numerous arrests were made during the week. Offences include: domestic assault, drug driving, possession of Class B drug, criminal damage, drink driving, blackmail, breach of the peace, common assault, sexual assault, theft of a motor vehicle, public order, stalking, actual bodily harm, harassment, drunk and disorderly, assault police, criminal damage, wanted on warrant, burglary and breach of bail conditions.
Early youth intervention programme accepts over 300 young people since launching REBOOT, involves partnership working between the NHS Partnership Trust, the Youth Offending Service and local charities.
Assaults on police ‘not part of the job’
Three officers are assaulted in Sussex every day.
Police release efit of Bognor distraction burglary suspect
Cash was stolen from the victim’s home.
Protect your bike from theft for free this coming Saturday
We are offering a free bike marking and registration service outside #Bognor Regis Train Station from 10am – 4pm on Saturday 24th August. You can also come along to have your bike checked for any faults by Dr Bike.
The ‘Bike Aware’ event is being organised by Bognor Regis Local ActionTeam, which is a proactive multi-agency forum including BognorRegis BID, Bognor Regis Town Council, Neighbourhood Watch and Arun District Council.
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The Arcade, Hotham – Overnight on Tuesday 13 August, a shop was broken into and some items stolen. Entry was gained via the windows being smashed. Serial 0229 of 14/08. There was also an attempt to the neighbouring shop; no entry was gained but damage was caused to the front door. Serial 1102 of 14/08.
Seacourt Close, Aldwick West – Overnight on Saturday 17 August a garage was broken into and a mountain bike stolen. The bike is described as being a ‘Cube’ Mountain bike, lime green in colour, fitted with Rockshox on the front, hydraulic disk brakes and 22 gears. Serial 0430 of 18/08.
Surrey Street, River – Overnight a restaurant’s store room was broken into and crates of beer was stolen. Serial 0534 of 18/08.
Sunflower Close, Littlehampton – Overnight on Sunday 11 August a vehicle was entered; loose change and CD’s were stolen. Serial 0249 of 12/08.
Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround
Ashurst way, East Preston – On Monday 12 August a property was entered and medication stolen. Serial 0794 of 12/08.
Rustington Beach – On Thursday 15 August there was a report of a beach hut having been broken into and cooking equipment stolen. Serial 0954 of 15/08.
Beaton Avenue, Wick – On Saturday 17 August between 9.00 am and 5.00 pm two specialised bikes were stolen from a garage. Serial 1410 of 18/08.
Parham Close, Wick – On Monday 12 August a vehicle was entered and loose change stolen. Serial 0127 of 13/08.
Ham Manor Way, Angmering – Overnight on Monday 12 August a laptop was stolen from a vehicle. Serial 0362 of 13/08.
Courtwick Road, Wick – Between Monday 5 August and Tuesday 13 August a vehicle was broken into and money and CD’s stolen. Serial 0702 of 13/08.
Linden Road, Ham – In the early hours of Wednesday 14 August, police worked alongside West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service to tackle a vehicle fire on Linden Road, Littlehampton. Serial 0027 of 14/08.
Summerley Close, Rustington – Overnight on Tuesday 13 August, a vehicle was entered and a bottle of Jean Paul aftershave and sunglasses were stolen. Serial 1562 of 14/08.
Lyminster Road, Wick – During the early hours of Wednesday 14 August an insecure van was entered and two drills stolen. Serial 0275 of 16/08.
Yapton Road, Barnham – Overnight on Thursday 15 August a car was broken into and a laptop and wallet was stolen. Serial 0354 of 16/08.
Ash Lane, Rustington – On Monday 12 August, during early evening, there was a report of three youths on the roof. The informant then saw the come down and go through the car park. Serial 1213 of 12/08.
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