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Weekly Bulletin - Chichester District

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Monday 21-27 October 2019

News and appeals

A number of arrests were made during this week. Offences include:- domestic assault, harassment, handing stolen goods, threats to kill, threats to cause criminal damage, possession of A Class B drug, arson, actual bodily harm, drink driving, false imprisonment, attempt burglary, common assault, possession of a bladed article, stalking , burglary, vehicle interference , failing to stop, concern in the supply of a Class A drug , threats to kill, wanted on warrant and grievous bodily harm.
Seeking witnesses to serious injury collision, A272 Petworth

Woman pedestrian badly injured while crossing main road.
New police team supporting sexual assault victims

The specifically trained team has already helped more than 1,500 people.
Sussex Police remind residents to keep a light on

Bi-annual campaign promotes home security.
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Crime summary

Chichester (WC1)

Monks Hill, Emsworth – On Monday 21 October, during the early hours of the morning, a shop was broken into and cigarettes stolen.    Serial 0036 of 21/10.    
Charlton Road, Singleton – Between Friday 18 and Monday 21 October a container was broken into over and all tools stolen from within.   Serial 0155 of 21/10.
Victoria Road, Chichester – On Tuesday 22 October a property was broken into and a wallet and cash was stolen.   Serial 0905 of 22/10.  Serial 0905 of 22/10.
Alfrey Close, Southbourne – Overnight on Wednesday 23 October a site was entered and an office, canteen and containers broken into.  Serial 0248 of 24/10.  
Critchfield Road, Bosham – Overnight on Wednesday 23 October there was an attempt break to a property; no entry was gained however damage was caused to the door lock.  Serial 0375 of 24/10.
Orchard Avenue, Chichester – Overnight on Wednesday 23 October a shed was broken into and a petrol leaf blower stolen.    The informant’s vehicle was also entered, but nothing was stolen.  Serial 0395 of 24/10.
Kingsmead Avenue, Chichester – Overnight on Friday 25 October a site was broken into; tools and two large TV’s were stolen.  Serial 0443 of 26/10.
Main Road, Southbourne – On Saturday 26 October a property was broken into and cash stolen.  Serial 1166 of 26/10.  
Garland Square, Tangmere – Overnight on Saturday 26 October a shed and vehicle was entered; nothing reported stolen.  Serial 0479 of 27/10.
Midhurst Road, Lavant – Overnight on Tuesday 22 November a vehicle was entered and loose change stolen.  Serial 0472 of 23/10.
Nicolson Close, Tangmere – There was a report of two neighbouring properties having had their vehicles entered.    No items were reported stolen.  Serial 0402 of 27/10.
Middleton Gardens, Tangmere – Overnight on Saturday 26 October a vehicle was broken into and loose change was stolen.  Serial 0760 of 27/10.  
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)

Appledram Lane, South – On Friday 25 October between 9.15 am and 3.15 pm a vehicle was entered and a wallet stolen.  Serial 0848 of 25/10.  
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)

There was nothing of note for the bulletin this week.  

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