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Weekly Bulletin - Arun Distict

Alert message sent 05/02/2020 12:17:00

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Monday 26 January- Sunday 2 February

News and appeals

Numerous arrests made over the past week by our Officers.  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.
Fraud Newsletter – Court Fraud Special Edition

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Man arrested following fatal crash on A29 at Bury

A motorcyclist sadly died following a collision with a tractor.
Christmas Day drink-driver arrested twice in two weeks

Read about the 31 latest Christmas drink and drug-driving convictions here.
Jogger eliminated from enquiries following CCTV appeal

Officers continue to investigate attempted abduction in Angmering. 
Bognor Regis Neighbourhood Watch Community Facebook

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Crime summary


Faresmead, Aldwick – Overnight on Sunday 26 January a property was entered and a handbag and Vodafone tablet were stolen.   Serial 0220 of 27/01.
London Road, Bognor – Overnight on Monday 27 January a coffee shop’s store room was broken into.   Serial 0593 of 28/01.  
Barrack Lane, Aldwick – On Saturday 1 February there was a report of a garage having been broken into and a black Carrera Subway Hybrid bike stolen.  Serial 0899 of 01/02.
Marine Drive, Marine – Between Friday 24 January and Friday 31 January a shed has been entered and a scooter charger stolen.  Serial 0470 of 02/02.
Pagham Road, Bognor – Between Friday 24 January and Sunday 26 January, four silver wheel caps were stolen from a Peugeot Van.   Serial 1238 of 26/01.
Oak Close, Orchard – Between Wednesday 15 January and 22 January a vehicle was entered and bank cards stolen.   Serial 1209 of 27/01. 
Aldwick Avenue, Aldwick – On Monday 27 January between 4.00 pm and 5.00 pm a vehicle was entered and bank cards stolen.   Serial 1263 of 27/01.   

Suters Gardens, Wick – Overnight on Monday 27 January there was a report of vehicle interference.   The fuse box had been removed and placed against the driver’s door.   Serial 0174 of 28/01.
Chichester Road, Orchard – On Tuesday 28 January between 11.00 am and 2.00 pm a tablet was stolen from an insecure vehicle.  Serial 0753 of 28/01.
Shelley Road, Marine – Overnight on Monday 1 February the window was smashed to a  van and tools were stolen.  Serial 0461 of 02/02.     

Caravan Road, Bersted – On Sunday 2 February a vehicle was keyed along the passenger side.    Serial 0509 of 02/02. 
Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround

Cotswold Way, East Preston – On Sunday 26 January a property was entered and a stereo and medication was stolen.  Serial 0822 of 26/01.
Viburnum Chase, Angmering – Overnight on Sunday 26 January a Yamaha motorcyle was stolen from outside of the property.  Serial 0159 of 27/01.
Wick Street, Wick – Overnight on Monday 27 January a Kawasaki Motorcycle was stolen from outside an address.   This was later relocated however the motorcyle had been badly damaged.  Serial 0818 of 28/01.   

Hawthorn Road, Wick – Overnight on Tuesday 28 January there was an attempt theft of a motorcycle; the chain lock had been cut off.  Serial 0174 of 29/01.   
Connaught Road, River – Overnight on Tuesday 28 January a motorcycle was stolen from outside the front of a property.    The make was a Suzuki (colour black).  Serial 0953 of 29/01.  
Leverton Avenue, Felpham – Overnight on Friday 31 January a vehicle was entered; no items were reported stolen.  Serial 0411 of 01/02. 
Anti-Social Behaviour

Hoe Lane, Flansham  - On Wednesday 29 January there was report of loud motorbikes driving in an anti-social manner late at night over a two day period.  Serial 0769 of 29/01.  


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Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at


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