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Arun District Weekly Bulletin

Alert message sent 17/02/2020 14:23:00

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Monday 10 February - Sunday 16 February

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Numerous arrests were made during the week.  Offences include:  domestic assault, stalking, breach of restraining order, drunk and disorderly, obstruction, breach of Community Protection Notice, possession of an offensive weapon, wanted on warrant, grievous bodily harm, criminal damage, shoplifting, burglary other than dwelling, harassment and assault police.
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Crime summary

Pagham Road, Pagham – Overnight on Sunday 9 February a cafe was broken into and loose change stolen from the till.   Serial 0302 of 10/02.  A salon was also broken into over the same period; nothing was reported stolen.  Serial 0313 of 10/02.  A takeaway was also broken into and money and car keys stolen.    Serial 0386 of 10/02.  
Fish Lane, Aldwick – Between Thursday 6 February and Monday 10 February a property was broken into; An iPad charger and laptop was stolen.  Serial 0883 of 10/02.   Serial 0883 of 10/02.
Chichester Road, Orchard – Overnight on Friday 14 February a takeaway was broken into and change stolen from the till.  Serial 0964 of 15/02.
Sussex Street, Hotham – Overnight on Wednesday 12 February a blue Volkswagen Polo was stolen.   Serial 0711 of 13/02.   
Beach Road, River – On Thursday 13 February a Honda motorbike was stolen.   Serial 0084 of 15/02.    
Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround
Gloucester Road, Ham – Overnight on Sunday 9 February a property was entered and two wallets and two vehicles, a silver Vauxhall and a silver Renault Scenic were stolen.   Serial 0170 of 10/02.     
Burndell Road, Arundel – Overnight on Saturday 8 February an office was broken into; tools and an iPad were stolen. Serial 0342 of 10/02.    
Vermont Drive, East Preston – Overnight on Wednesday 12 February a property was entered; a purse and a vehicle was stolen.   Serial 0196 of 13/02.
Highdown Drive, Wick – Overnight on Wednesday 12 February a shed was entered and a cycle stolen.    Serial 0312 of 13/02.
Angmering Way, Rustington – On Friday 14 February between 1900 and 2000 hours a Fiat 500 vehicle pulled up and parked near a property, got out and tried to open a garage door.   Serial 0321 of 14/02. 
Climping Park, Climping – Between Thursday 13 February and Sunday 16 February a property was broken into and jewellery stolen.   0664 of 16/02.  A neighbouring property was also provided broken into.  Serial 0750 of 16/02.   
Arundel Road, Ham – Between 3.30 pm (Sunday 9 February) and 4.50 pm (Monday10 February) a Honda PCX 125 Maroon moped was stolen from outside a property.   Serial 0164 of 10/02.   
Anti-Social Behaviour
High Street, Littlehampton – On Thursday 13 February there was a report of two youths throwing items off the roof.   Officers attended shortly after but the youths had already left. Serial 1114 of 13/02.   

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