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Weekly Bulletin - Chichester District 9th to 15 September 2019

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Weekly Bulletin – Chichester District

Monday 9th to 15th September 2019

News and appeals
A numerous arrests were made during the week:  Offences include Drunk & Disorderly, Burglary, Theft from a Motor Vehicle, Possession of Class A, Theft, Grievous Bodily Harm, Affray, Excess Alcohol, Actual Bodily Harm, Domestic Violence Assault, Harassment, Drug Driving, Possession of an Offensive Weapon, Sexual Assault, False Imprisonment, Shoplifting, Vehicle Interference, Wanted on Warrant and Common Assault. 
Concerns for Billy Robinson, missing from Chichester
Police are concerned for Billy Robinson who is missing from Chichester.  The 25 year old, who is vulnerable, was last seen in the area about 6 pm on Tuesday 17 September.
Operation Sceptre – targeting knives and knife crime in Sussex
The campaign to take and keep knives off Sussex streets continues with a second specific focused week of activities.
Chichester Police Facebook
We do publish good news stories and appeals on our Facebook page daily.  Please click on the link and follow us on Facebook.
Neighbourhood Crime Summary (Burglary, Vehicle Crime, Criminal Damage)
Chichester (WC1)
Brandy Hole Lane, Chichester – On Tuesday 10 September we received a report of an attempt break to a shipping container.  Serial 0800 10/9
St James Square, Chichester – On Thursday 12 September we received a report of a vehicle being broken into overnight.  No damage was caused on entry.  Sunglasses were stolen.  Serial 0506 12/9
New Park Road, Chichester – On Friday 13 September we received a report of a vehicle break that occurred on 10/9.  Some money was stolen from the vehicle.  Serial 0092 13/9
Pound Farm Road, Chichester – On Friday 13 September a vehicle was broken into between 1500x1530.  A wallet was taken from the vehicle.  Serial 0861 13/9
Martlet Close, Chichester – On Sunday 15 September we received a report of a shed break that occurred overnight.  Power tools were stolen from the location.  Serial 0384 15/9
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)
Queens Gardens, Chichester – On Monday 9 September we received a report of a residential burglary.  Entry to the property was gained via a rear door.  Electrical equipment and cash was stolen.  Serial 1071 9/9
Merryfield Drive, Selsey – On Monday 9 September we received a report of a vehicle break where power tools were stolen from the vehicle.  Serial 0178 9/9
Croft Road, Selsey – On Tuesday 10 September we received a report of cash and jewellery being stolen from a property.  Serial 0410 10/9
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)
Pond Close, Loxwood – On Wednesday 11 September we received a report of an attempt residential burglary.  No access was gained to the property.  Serial 0515 11/9
Drakeleys Field, Milland – On Saturday 14 September we received of a residential burglary.  Nothing of value was stolen from the property.  Serial 0986 14/9
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