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Weekly Bulletin - Chichester

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Monday 23 December to 5th January
 


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Numerous arrests were made during the week.  Offences include:  Criminal damage, actual bodily harm, drink driving, no insurance, possession of a Class B drug, immigration, robbery, common assault, shoplifting, domestic assault, possession of a Class A drug, theft of a motor vehicle, drug driving, affray, possession of an offensive weapon, grievous bodily harm, assault on Police and breach of bail.


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Crime summary
Neighbourhood Crime Summary (Burglary, Vehicle Crime, Criminal Damage)
 
 
Chichester (WC1)
 
Halnaker, Chichester – On Monday 23 December two vehicles were broken into. Various items were stolen including clothing and cash. Serial 0433 / 23.
 
North Street, Chichester – Overnight on Thursday 26 December a business premises was broken into. A safe containing over £2000 was stolen. Serial 0239 of 27/12.
 
Church Road, Singleton – Overnight on Thursday 26 December a business premises was broken into and items of stock were stolen. Serial 0673 27/12.
 
Avenue De Chartres, Chichester – On Friday 27 December a vehicle was criminally damaged. Serial 0922 of 27/12.
 
Halnaker, Chichester – Overnight on Friday 27 December a business premises was broken into. Food and cash were stolen. Serial 0409 28/12.
 
Main Road, Chidham – Overnight on Saturday 28 December a vehicle was criminally damaged. Serial 0586 of 29/12.
 
Old West Dean Road, Chilgrove – On Tuesday 31 December a vehicle was broken into. A handbag, phone, glasses and keys were stolen. Serial 0759 of 31/12.
 
Eartham, Chichester – Overnight on Tuesday 31 December, during the early hours of the morning, the alarm was activated to a business premises. Nothing was stolen but damage was caused to the premises. Serial 0617 of 31/12.
 
Appledram Lane South, Chichester – Overnight on Thursday 2 January a shed was broken into. A collection of tools were stolen. Serial 0429 of 05/01.
 
Church Lane, Tangmere – Overnight on Thursday 2 January, a business premises was criminally damaged. Serial 1135 of 05/01.
 
Salthill Road, Chichester – Overnight on Thursday 2 January a vehicle was broken into and numerous personal possessions were stolen. Serial 1347 of 03/01.
 
 
 
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)
 
Lagness Road, Runcton – Overnight on Monday 23 December, a business premises was broken into. Cash was stolen and stock was tampered with. Serial 0208 of 24/12.
 
Sussex Grove, Bracklesham Bay – Between Thursday 5 and Wednesday 25 December, a property and two vehicles were criminally damaged. Serial 0311 of 25/12.
 
Mill Lane, Sidlesham – On Thursday 26 December a residence was broken into. Alcohol, keys and cash was stolen. Serial 0513 of 26/12.
 
Mill Lane, Runcton – Overnight on Saturday 28 December, a vehicle was broken into and cash was stolen. Serial 0395 of 29/12.
 
Vinnetrow Road, Runcton – Overnight on Saturday 28 December, a residence was broken into. A boiler was stolen and further damage caused inside the property. Serial 0604 of 29/12.
 
Harmony Drive, Bracklesham Bay – Overnight on Sunday 29 December, a vehicle was broken into and a wallet was stolen. Serial 0102 of 04/01.
 
Runcton Lane, Runcton – Overnight on Sunday 29 December, two unlocked vehicles were entered. Binoculars, loose change, a mobile phone and a photo were stolen. Serial 0892 of 29/12.
 
Street End Road, Sidlesham – On Tuesday 31 December, a residence was broken into. Jewellery was stolen. Serial 0045 of 01/01.
 
Rectory Lane, Selsey – On Wednesday 1 January a business premises had two window panels smashed. Serial 0247 of 02/01.
 
Garden Avenue, Bracklesham Bay – Overnight on Wednesday 1 January, a residence was broken into and three mountain bikes were stolen. Serial 0173 of 02/01.
 
Dell Quay Road, Chichester – Overnight on Friday 3 January, a residence was broken into and a push bike, tennis racquets and a set of golf clubs were stolen. Serial 0381 of 04/01.
 
 
 
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)
 
West Street, Midhurst – Overnight on Thursday 26 December, a business premises and a residence were broken into. Alcohol and cash were stolen. Serial 0215 of 27/12.
 
Colhook Common, Petworth – Overnight on Friday 27 December, two properties were broken into. Chainsaws, strimmers, push bikes and a hedge cutter were stolen. Serials 0279 and 0300 of 28/12.
 
Vanzell Road, Easebourne – Overnight on Friday 27 December two properties were broken into. Two mountain bikes were stolen from one property. Serial 0314 of 28/12. Numerous tools were stolen from another property. Serial 0565 of 28/12.
 
London Road, Petworth – Overnight on Friday 27 December a garage was broken into and a racing bike was stolen. Serial 1245 of 28/12.
 
Station Road, Petworth – Overnight on Friday 27 December there was a report of Christmas lights being damaged and removed. Serial 1277 of 31/12.
 
Danley Lane, Haslemere – Overnight on Saturday 28 December, a property was broken into and numerous tools were stolen. Serial 0310 of 29/12.
 
London Road, Petworth – Overnight on Saturday 28 December a property was broken into and numerous power tools and a bicycle were stolen. Serial 0362 of 29/12.
 
Red Lion Street, Midhurst – Overnight on Sunday 29 December, a business premises was broken into. Cash was stolen. Serial 0168 of 30/12.
 
North Street, Midhurst – Overnight on Sunday 29 December, two business premises were broken into. Cash was stolen from one property. Serials 0208 and 0316 of 30/12.
 
The Street, Graffham – Overnight on Monday 30 December, a business premises was broken into and cash was stolen. Serial 0404 of 30/12.



 
 

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