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Arun District Weekly Bulletin

Alert message sent 16/01/2020 15:02:00

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Monday 6 January - Sunday 12 January


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Numerous arrests were made during the week.  Offences include:  Burglary, drug driving, domestic assault, driving whilst disqualified, driving with no insurance, actual bodily harm, wanted on warrant, grievous bodily harm, breach of community protection notice, criminal damage, assault on Police, recall to prison, breach of bail, theft from motor vehicle, possession of a knife, drunk and disorderly.
 
Tactical Enforcement Unit make multiple arrests across Sussex
The team has been out in force
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/force-news/tactical-enforcement-unit-make-multiple-arrests-across-sussex/
 
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Crime summary

Bognor
 

Chichester Road, Bersted – On Monday 6 January there was a report of two site offices having been broken into and lasers stolen. It is believed this happened over the Christmas period while the site was shut.  Serial 0184 of 06/01.  
 
Rose Green Road, Pagham – Overnight on Sunday 5 January a shop was broken into and loose change was stolen.  Serial 0499 of 06/01.
 
Station Road, Marine – Overnight on Monday 6 January there a hairdressers was broken into.  The suspect/s had disenabled the CCTV.  No further information is available at the time of writing this bulletin.  Serial 0366 of 07/01.
 
Avisford Terrace, Pagham – Between Saturday 4 and Tuesday 7 January there was an attempt break to a hairdressing salon.    No entry was gained however the door was damaged.  Serial 0813 of 07/01.
 
Victoria Road, Marine – On Tuesday 7 January there was a report of a garage having been entered over an unknown time period, food was stolen from the freezer.    Serial 1126 of 07/01.  
 
Queensway, Marine – Overnight on Monday 6 January a café was broken into and cash stolen from the till.  Serial 0152 of 07/01.
 
Waterloo Square, Marine – Overnight on Tuesday 7 January a café was broken into and cash stolen from the till.  Serial 0172 of 08/01.   
 
Aldwick Road, Marine – Overnight on Tuesday 7 January a hairdressers was broken into; no further details are available at the time of writing this bulletin.  Serial 0296 of 08/01.
 
Aldwick Road, Marine – Overnight on Tuesday 7 January thee was an attempt break to a shop; no entry was gained however damage was caused to the rear door.  Serial 0299 of 08/01.
 
The Steyne, Marine – On Monday 5 January there was an attempt break to a property where damage was caused to the window; no entry was gained.  Serial 0356 of 11/01.  

Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround
 
Burndell Road, Yapton – On Monday 6 January there was a break to two site offices.  It is believed that this happened over the weekend.    A drill was stolen and damage had been caused to the window.  Serial 0187 of 06/01.
 
North End Road, Yapton - Between Friday 3 and Monday 6 January there was an attempt break to an unoccupied property.  Serial 0824 of 06/01  
 
Cornwall Road, River – On Tuesday 7 January during the morning a property was broken into and jewelry was stolen.  Serial 0665 of 07/01.
 
The Street, Rustington – Overnight on Monday 6 January a restaurant store room was broken into; a large quantity of alcohol was stolen.   Serial 1244 of 07/01.
 
Roundstone Lane, Angmering – Overnight on Wednesday 8 January a building site was broken into and a large quantity of tools stolen.  Damage as also called to the show house.     Serial 0223 of 09/01.   
 
Ecclesden Lane, Angmering – Overnight on Wednesday 8 January an office was broken into and three Samsung tablets, a laptop and desktop computer was stolen.   Serial 0297 of 09/01.
 
Amsbridge Crescent, Wick – On Sunday 12 January there as a report of a man’s cycle having been stolen from an insecure communal garage.  Serial 0543 of 12/01
 
Burndell Road, Yapton  - Between Saturday 4 January and Monday 6 January two site offices were broken into and tools stolen.  Serial 0187 of 06/01.
 
North End Road, Yapton -  Between Saturday 4 January and Monday 6 January there was an attempt break to one of the unoccupied houses on a site. Serial 0824 of 06/01.   
 
High Street, Arundel – Overnight on Wednesday 8 January there was a break to a shop and two Tiffany hanging lamps were stolen.    Serial 0340 of 09/01.   
 
Somerset Road, East Preston – Overnight on Wednesday 8 January a motorcycle was stolen which was then later recovered nearby the following day; it had been badly damaged.   Serial 0165 of 09/01.   
 
Blackbourne Chase, Wick – On Thursday 9 January, during the evening a red Yamaha was stolen from a resident’s car park.  Serial 1315 of 09/01.
 
Anti-Social Behaviour
 
There were no incidents of note.    

 
 

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