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Weekly Bulletin - Arun District

Alert message sent 22/01/2020 12:27:00

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Monday 13 January - Sunday 19 January

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Numerous arrests were made during the week.  Offences include:  harassment, obstruction, domestic assault, burglary dwelling, threats to kill, stalking, criminal damage, robbery, possession of a Class B drug, wanted on warrant, burglary other than dwelling, excess alcohol, driving whilst disqualified, taking a motor vehicle without consent, theft of motor vehicle, driving with no insurance, vehicle interference, shoplifting, possession of a Class A drug, going equipped and drug driving.    
Search for Robert Cox in Brighton and Hove

Cox wanted for recall to prison.
Police arrest five after pursuing stolen vehicle in Littlehampton

They were detained after the car was stopped.
Witnesses sought after man found injured in Littlehampton Street
Woman arrested. 
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Crime summary

Cranford Gardens, Orchard – Overnight on Friday 17 January a property was entered and a mobile phone stolen from a table.  It is believed that entry was gained via using a key which was reachable from a nearby open window.  Serial 0817 of 18/01.
Falklands Close, Hotham – Overnight on Sunday 12 January a van was entered and tools stolen.  Serial 0227 of 13/01.
Arun Leisure Centre, Felpham Way, Bognor  – On Saturday 11 January, a motorcycle was stolen from a parking bay during the early hours of the morning.    Serial 0244 of 13/01.  
Chichester Road, North Bersted – Overnight on Thursday 16 January front and rear plates were stolen from a vehicle.  Serial 0422 of 17/01.  
Parklands Avenue, Bognor – On Sunday 19 January a van was broken into and a catering bag of red onions and catering roll of cellophane was stolen.  Serial 1208 of 19/01.   
Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround
High Street, River – Overnight on Sunday 12 January an office was broken into and there was an unsuccessful attempt to remove the safe from the premises.  Serial 0199 of 13/01.
Myrtle Green, East Preston – Between Thursday 9 and Saturday 11 January two mountain bikes were stolen from a garage.  One of the bikes was described as being a Bianchi Grizzly Mountain bike, frame number AIB0252531N, colour Bianchi blue and black. Serial 0948 of 13/01.
Station Road, East Preston – Overnight on Monday 13 January a white Honda PCX 125 was stolen.   Serial 0825 of 14/01.
Loveys Road, Yapton – Between Sunday 12 January and Wednesday 25 January number plates were stolen from a vehicle.   Serial 0251 of 16/01.  
Russells Close, East Preston – Overnight on Wednesday 15 January a Citreon Berlington car was stolen.  Serial 0449 of 16/01.  
Orchard Way, Fontwell – Overnight on Thursday 16 January a vehicle was entered and a suitcase stolen from the boot.   Serial 0035 of 17/01.
The Street, Rustington – Overnight on Saturday 19 January the window to a shop was smashed.   Serial 0464 of 09/01.  
Anti-Social Behaviour
Thorgate Road, Wick – On Tuesday 14 January, during late afternoon, there was a report of a green and black motor cross bike being driven by two youths in an anti-social manner.     Serial 1074 of 14/01.  
Guildford Road, Rustington -  On Wednesday 15 January, during late afternoon there was a report of youths on the roof.  Serial 1051 of 15/01.

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