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Chichester District - Monday 7th October to 13th October 2019
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Weekly Bulletin – Chichester District
Monday 7 October 2019 to 13 October 2019
News and appeals
A number of arrests were made during this week. Offences include Harassment, Criminal Damage, Domestic Violence Assault, Assaulting a Police Officer, Excess Alcohol, Grievous Bodily Harm, Wanted on Warrant, Burglary, Stalking, Sexual Assault, Robbery, Possession of Class B Drugs, Theft from a Motor Vehicle, Failure to comply with a Community Protection Notice, Vehicle Interference, Possession of Class A Drugs, Shoplifting, Disqualified Driving, Affray, Drug Driving, Common Assault, Actual Bodily Harm and Fraud.
Man swiftly arrested in connection with burglary of Chichester Jewellers
Sussex Police have arrested a man in connection with a burglary of a Selsey jewellers.
Sussex Police is supporting National hate Crime Awareness week, emphasising the importance of reporting hate crime and reinforcing the message that it is not tolerated in Sussex. Read more information below:
The Square, Westbourne – On Monday 7 October we received a report of a break to a commercial premises at around 0230 hrs. Serial 0090 7/10
Breach Avenue, Emsworth – On Monday 7 October we received a report of a garage being broken into overnight. Chainsaws were stolen from the location. Serial 0199 7/10
The Grove, Emsworth – On Monday 7 October we received a report of two breaks to a commercial premises. A till was stolen from one location. Serial 0237 7/10 & 0291 7/10
East Dean, Chichester – On Monday 7 October we received a report of a shed break overnight. Three bikes were stolen from the location. Serial 0258 7/10
Oving Road, Chichester – On Tuesday 8 October we received a report of a break to a commercial premises. Tools were stolen from the location.
The Trundle, Goodwood – On Tuesday 8 October we received a report of a vehicle being broken into between 0930x1030 hrs. Power tools were stolen from the vehicle. Serial 0476 8/10
Hunters Race, West Lavant – On Tuesday 8 October a vehicle was broken into between 1145x1210 hrs. A window was smashed and jacket stolen from the vehicle. Serial 0599 8/10
West Stoke Road, Lavant – On Tuesday 8 October a vehicle was broken into and a wallet stolen from the glove box. Serial 0690 8/10
Brandy Hole Lane, Chichester – On Tuesday 8 October a woodland storage container was broken into and tools stolen. Serial 0449 08/10
Sandringham Road, Chichester – On Friday 11 October we received a report of vehicle door handles being tried at the location at around 0040 hrs. Serial 1118 11/10
North Street, Chichester – On Saturday 12 October we received a reporting of a break to a clothing store. Clothing was stolen from the location. Serial 0322 12/10
East Street, Chichester – On Sunday 13 October we received a report of a shop being broken into and perfume stolen. Serial 1170 13/10
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)
Longmeadow Gardens, Birdham – On Tuesday 8 October a vehicle was broken into on a driveway. Power tools were stolen from the vehicle. Serial 0200 8/10
St Georges Drive, Chichester – On Wednesday 9 October we received a report of a vehicle being tampered with between 30 September and 6 October. Fuel lines were cut on the vehicle and fuel stolen. Serial 1517 9/10
Western Road, Selsey – On Wednesday 9 October a vehicle was broken into overnight outside a property. Small change was stolen. Serial 1684 9/10
Shalbourne Crescent, Bracklesham Bay – On Friday 11 October a residential property was broken into between 1630 hrs and 2300 hrs. Entry was via a back door and valuables were stolen from the property. Serial 1532 11/10
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)
Rogate, Petersfield – On Wednesday 9 October we received a report of a shed break that occurred between 4 October and 5 October. Two mountain bikes were stolen from the location. Serial 0649 09/10
Lurgashall, Petworth – On Thursday 10 October we received a report of an overnight garage break. Golf clubs were stolen from the location. Serial 0337 10/10
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