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Chichester District Weekly Bulletin

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27 January - 2 February

News and appeals

Numerous arrests were made during the week.  Offences include: breach of Community Protection Notice, possession of a Class A drug, shoplifting, common assault, domestic assault, affray, theft, stalking, actual bodily harm, breach of the peace, wanted on warrant, criminal damage, drunk and disorderly, threats to kill, drink driving and harassment.
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Crime summary

Neighbourhood Crime Summary (Burglary, Vehicle Crime, Criminal Damage)
Chichester (WC1)
Somerstown, Chichester – Overnight on Monday 27 January a vehicle was entered and a purse was stolen. Serial 0388 of 27/01.
Knott Gardens, Chichester – Overnight on Monday 27 January a vehicle was entered and a package of bed linen was stolen. Serial 0515 of 27/01.
Meadow Way, Tangmere – On Tuesday 28 January some fencing was criminally damaged. Serial 0389 of 31/01.
Blackboy Lane, Fishbourne – On Tuesday 28 January a residence was burgled. Jewellery and a car key were stolen. Serial 0595 of 28/01.
Forestside, Rowlands Castle – On Tuesday 28 January a premises was broken into and damage was caused however nothing was stolen. Serial 0709 of 28/01.
Broad Road, Hambrook – Between Monday 27 January and Thursday 30 January a residence was burgled. A jewellery box containing jewellery and a passport were stolen. Serial 1216 of 30/01.
Downs Road, West Stoke – On Thursday 30 January both index plates were stolen from a vehicle. Serial 1020 of 30/01.
Oliver Whitby Road, Chichester – Overnight on Saturday 1 February a vehicle was entered and loose change was stolen. Serial 0433 of 02/02.
Sherlock Avenue, Chichester – On Sunday 2 February a black Yamaha motorcycle was stolen. Serial 0574 of 02/02.
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)
Hunston Road, Chichester – On Tuesday 28 January the rear window of a vehicle was criminally damaged. Serial 0987 of 28/01.
St Itha Road, Selsey – Between Monday 13 January and Tuesday 28 January numerous items in a garden were criminally damaged. Serial 1633 of 31/01.
Hilton Park, East Wittering – On Wednesday 29 January a spare wheel was stolen from a works vehicle. Serial 0039 of 31/01.
Manor Road, Selsey – On Friday 31 January items within a sensory garden were criminally damaged. Serial 1529 of 01/02.
Selsey Road, Hunston – On Saturday 1 February a residence was burgled. A TV, steel sharpener and some padlocks were stolen. Serial 0545 of 01/02.
Crooked Lane, Birdham – On the morning of Saturday 1 February a house was burgled. Numerous items were stolen. Serial 0923 of 01/02.
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)
Durfood Wood, Petersfield – Between Wednesday 22 and Tuesday 28 January a garage was burgled and two Cube electric bikes were stolen. Serial 0663 of 01/02.
Linch Road, Woolbeding – On the afternoon of Thursday 30 January, two vehicles were broken into. Cash, bank cards and a handbag were stolen. Serial 0685 of 30/01.


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