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Chichester District Bulletin - 14 to 20 October 2019

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Weekly Bulletin – Chichester District
Monday 14 to 20 October 2019
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A number of arrests were made during this week.  Offences include racially aggravated common assault, theft from motor vehicle, possession of a Class B drug, actual bodily harm, dangerous driving, grievous bodily harm, drug driving, assault police, excess alcohol, affray, common assault, possession of a Class A drug, theft, burglary other than dwelling, stalking, vehicle interference, threats to kill, robbery, domestic assault, attempted arson, possession of a bladed article, breach of bail, wanted on warrant and prison recall.  
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Neighbourhood Crime Summary (Burglary, Vehicle Crime, Criminal Damage)
Chichester (WC1)
Shopwhyke Road, Chichester – On Monday 14 October we received a report of a residential burglary between 2100x2300 hrs.  A bike was stolen from the property.  Serial 0017 14/10
Parklands Road, Chichester- On Tuesday 15 October an attempt burglary was reported.  The suspects were disturbed by a neighbour and no entry was gained to the property.  Serial 0757 15/10
Dean Lane End, Rowlands Castle – On Wednesday 16 October we received a report of a residential burglary to an unoccupied property.  The suspects left the scene in a purple landrover.  0859 16/10
Chilgrove, Chichester – On Friday 18 October we received a report that a property was broken into.  Serial 0497 18/10
Bognor Road, Chichester – on Friday 18 October a vehicle was broken into and keyboard stolen.  Sreial 1269 18/10
The Peacheries, Chichester – On Saturday 19 October a residential burglary has been reported.  Serial 0867 19/10
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)
High Street, East Wittering – On Tuesday 15 October a Peugeot 108 vehicle was stolen.  Serial 1291 15/10
High Street, Selsey – On Wednesday 16 October a commercial premises was broken into during day time hours.  Jewellery was stolen from the location.  The suspect was located and arrested for burglary.  Serial 0423 16/10
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)

Dodsley Lane, Easebourne – On Monday 14 October we received a report of a break to a yard over the weekend where tools were stolen.  Serial 0246 14/10
Duncton, Petworth - Overnight into Wednesday 16 October an outbuilding at a residential property was broken into and six bikes stolen.  Serial 0336 16/10
Dye House Lane, Duncton – Overnight into 16 October a shed was broken into and personal possessions stolen.  Serial 1248 16/10
Bepton Road, Midhurst – On Thursday 17 October we received a report of a vehicle break on Monday 14 October.  Tools stolen include a disc cutter and nail gun.  Serial 1456 17/10
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