Chichester District - Weekly Bulletin - 30 Sept to 6 Oct 2019 Alert message sent 09/10/2019 13:16:00 Information sent on behalf of Sussex Police Weekly Bulletin – Chichester District
Monday 30 September to 6 October 2019
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A number of arrests were made during this week. Offences include: Domestic Violence Assault, Theft from Motor Vehicle, Possession of an Offensive Weapon, Harassment, Death by Dangerous Driving, Affray, Actual Bodily Harm, Criminal Damage, Grievous Bodily Harm, Threats to Kill, Dangerous Driving, Immigration, Cannabis Cultivation, Wanted on Warrant, Possession of Class B Drugs, Fraud, Theft, Shoplifting, Stalking, Excess Alcohol, Breach of Non Molestation Order, Possession of Class A Drugs, Burglary, Assaulting a Police Officer, Drunk and Disorderly and Arson.
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Neighbourhood Crime Summary (Burglary, Vehicle Crime, Criminal Damage)
Windsor Road, Chichester – On Monday 30 September a vehicle was broken into and personal possessions stolen from the vehicle. Serial 1094 30/9
Cherry Orchard Road, Chichester – Overnight into 1 October a vehicle was broken into. Nothing of value was stolen from the vehicle. Serial 0110 2/10
East Dean, Chichester – On Tuesday 1 October a garage was broken into. Bikes and tools were stolen from the location. Serial 1350 1/10
Hadrian Drive, Westhampnett,- On Wednesday 2 October we received a report of criminal damage to a community hall. Windows were smashed at the location. Serial 0720 02/10
Cot Lane, Chidham – On Thursday 3 October a vehicle was broken into and items stolen. Serial 0705 3/10
Droke Lane, East Dean – On Thursday 3 October a vehicle was broken into and chainsaw stolen. Serial 0790 3/10
East Dean, Chichester – On Friday 4 October we received a report of a shed break where a bike was stolen. Serial 0186 4/10
Orchard Street, Chichester – On Saturday 5 October a moped was stolen from the back garden of a property. Serial 1315 5/10
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)
Selsey Road, Donnington – On Monday 30 September we received a report of damage being caused to a church. Serial 0528 30/9
Chichester Road, Selsey – On Thursday 3 October a commercial premises was broken into. Windows were smashed and charity boxes stolen. Serial 0269 03/10
Appledram Lane South, Chichester – Overnight into Friday 4 October two vehicles were broken into and items stolen. Serial 0468 4/10 & 0021 05/10
St Georges Drive, Chichester – Overnight into Saturday 5 October a fuel tank on a vehicle was punctured and fuel stolen. Serial 0659 6/10
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)
Barlavington Lane, Sutton – On Tuesday 1 October a shed was broken into and a quad bike and garden power tools stolen. Serial 0728 01/10
Vicarage Hill, Loxwood – On Thursday 3 October a storage shed was broken into. Nothing has been reported stolen. Serial 1617 03/10
Greenfields Close, Nyewood – On Friday 4 October two garages were broken into. Bikes and other items were stolen from the location. Serial 0553 4/10 & 0696 05/10
Balls Cross, Petworth – On Saturday 5 October we received a report of a garage being broken into. Golfing equipment and tools were stolen 1518 05/10
Elsted Road, Iping – On Saturday 5 October a vehicle window was smashed whilst parked at the location. Nothing was stolen.from the vehicle. Serial 1462 05/10
Redford, Midhurst – Between Wednesday 2 October and Sunday 6 October a garage and shed were broken into. A bike and garden machinery were stolen. Serial 0997 06/10
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