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Horsham Weekly Bulletin
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Tuesday 3rd September 2019
Crime Summary Burglary
Reference: 1282 29th August
Location: Castle Lane, Bramber, Steyning
Date and time: Between 1245hrs and 1800hrs 29th August
Details: The lock was forced on a front door, jewellery was stolen.
Reference: 1498 29th August
Location: Cootes Avenue, Horsham
Date and time: At approximately 2130hrs 29th August
Details: Glass was broken in a rear door, unknown what was taken.
Reference: 1554 30th August
Location: The Pines, Horsham
Date and time: Between 0500hrs and 2115hrs 30th August
Details: A rear door was forced and money was stolen.
Reference: 1721 30th August
Location: Redford Avenue, Horsham
Date and time: 1700hrs and 2300hrs 30th August
Details: The rear door was forced and cash and jewellery were stolen.
Reference: 0268 31st August
Location: Hazelhurst Crescent, Horsham
Date and time: At approximately 0500hrs
Details: Someone entered the property and stole items.
Burglary other than Dwelling
Reference: 0778 29th August
Location: Henfield Road, Upper Beeding, Steyning
Date and time: Between 2130hrs 28th August and 0600hrs 29th August
Details: The lock was broken off the shed and two pedal cycles were stolen.
Reference: 1329 29th August
Location: Henfield Road, Upper Beeding, Steyning
Date and time: Between 0600hrs and 1900hrs 29th August
Details: A garage door was forced, nothing stolen.
Reference: 0995 1st September
Location: Jengers Mead, Billingshurst
Date and time: Between 1200hrs 25th August and 1000hrs 1st September
Details: The lock was forced on a garage door and a motorcycle was stolen.
Reference: 1172 31st August
Location: Durfold Road, Horsham
Date and time: Between 21st August and 27th August
Details: A pedal cycle was stolen from an insecure garage News and appeals Do you have what it takes to be a police puppy foster carer?
The Surrey Police and Sussex Police Dog Unit is seeking applications from families to look after their four-legged friends until they are ready to step up their careers.
In return, you could receive all the care and cuddles you wish from a police pup like Quest.
Quest is a stunning eight-month-old Fox Red Labrador who was bred in Lincolnshire and recruited alongside his brother Quaver at the Surrey Police and Sussex Police Dog Training School.
Kennel Master Emma Coles explained: “Quest has been with his allocated foster family since he was eight weeks. They have done an amazing job at raising such a fun-loving, social and happy dog.
“Quest loves life, he enjoys nothing more than nice walks, lots of love, toys, play and more play. He is now ready to develop his training further and is stepping up his Police Dog career along to the next level.
“Last week he said a sad farewell to his loving foster family and he has now gone to live at home with his potential new handler.”
The Surrey Police and Sussex Police Dog Unit is made up of German Shepherds, Belgian Malinois, Spaniels and Labradors. They are trained for multiple purposes including detecting drugs, weapons and explosives, searching for missing or wanted people, and assisting in public order incidents such as crowd control.
Emma added: “We can’t thank Quest’s foster family enough for all of their hard work and dedication. Without families such as these, we would not be able to do what we do.
“Quest’s foster carers will get the opportunity to know how he progresses with his new handler and once he is fully trained, they will be given the opportunity to come back in, watch him work and show off his new found skills.”
If you think you have the time and dedication to help raise a police puppy, please email email@example.com
For a list of frequently asked questions, please see below:
How long will we have the puppy? This can vary, but in general from eight weeks up until 8-12 months old.
Do we need experience? No, we have a variety of foster families in our team ranging from a lifetime of experience with working dogs to no experience at all.
Can the puppy be housed with children? Yes, we want our puppies socialised with children of all ages.
Can the puppy be housed with other dogs? Yes, if the other dogs are over 12 months of age and of sound temperament.
Can the puppy be housed with other animals? Yes, we encourage socialisation of our puppies with other animals. We will always provide guidance on how to correctly introduce your new puppy to the family and other animals.
Do police provide any funding for the puppies? We will cover the costs of food, equipment, training and veterinary care.
What breeds do Surrey Police and Sussex Police have in their breeding programme? German Shepherds, Belgian Malinois, Labradors, and Cocker and Springer Spaniels.
What is the criteria to be a puppy foster carer? You must:
Be over 18 years of age
Attend puppy training classes as often as required
Drive or have access to a car on a daily basis
Have no more than four leaving hours a day
Have your own secure garden
Have time to devote
Be very patient!
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