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Weekly Bulletin - Arun District

Alert message sent 05/03/2020 13:08:00

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Monday 17 February - Sunday 1 March


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Numerous arrests were made during the week.  Offences include:  drunk and disorderly, possession of a Class B drug, wanted on warrant, common assault, grievous bodily harm, actual bodily harm, possession of an offensive weapon, criminal damage, burglary other than dwelling, going equipped, theft, stalking, voyeurism, threats to kill, robbery, shoplifting, fraud, possession of a Class A drug, burglary dwelling and excess alcohol.  
 
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Crime summary

Bognor
 

Macklin Road, Hotham – Between 11.00 am on Monday 17 and 0830 am on Tuesday 18 February three allotment sheds were broken into.  Serial 0314 of 18/02.   
 
Felpham Road, Felpham – Overnight on Monday 17 February a shop was broken into; a large quantity of meat and cash was stolen.  Serial 0323 of 18/02
 
Arun Business Park, Hotham – Overnight on Tuesday 18 February a business unit was broken into and damage caused to the key cupboard.   Serial 0247 of 19/02.  Another unit had been broken into over the same period where a mobile phone had been stolen, however it is believed that the alarm activation disturbed the suspect.    Serial 0267 of 19/02.   
 
Chichester Road, Bersted – Overnight on Thursday 20 February a business was broken into and a small amount of cash from the till stolen.  Serial 0201 of 21/02.
 
Longford Road, Orchard – Overnight on Thursday 20 February an unoccupied property was broken into; nothing was reported stolen.   Serial 0226 of 21/02.   
 
Annandale Avenue, Orchard – On Saturday 22 February during the evening a specialised cycle was stolen.     Serial 1488 of 22/02.  
 
Annandale Avenue, Orchard – Between Tuesday 25 February and Thursday 27 February a door handle was forced to gain entry to a garage; items were moved around but nothing reported stolen.  Serial 0390 of 27/02.  
 
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Fontwell Avenue, Eastergate -  Overnight on Sunday 16 February a business was broken into and money from charity boxes stolen.   Serial 0240 of 17/02.  
 
Climping Park, Climping – Between Saturday 15 February and Wednesday 19 February a property was broken into.  There is no further update at the time of writing this bulletin.   Serial 0607 of 19/02.
 
Grove Road, Brookfield – Overnight on Thursday 20 February a property was broken into and a handbag stolen.   Access had been gained via the cat flap.   Serial 0137 of 21/02
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Slindon Top Road, Slindon – Overnight on Thursday 20 February a site was entered and a container broken into; various tools were stolen.  Serial 0318 of 21/02.
 
Lidsey Road, Woodgate – On Friday 21 February between 12.30 am and 8.00 am the kitchen window was forced to a business and entry gained to the kitchen; nothing was reported.  Serial 0805 of 21/02.

 
Barnham Road, Eastergate – Overnight on Thursday 20 February a property was broken into.  There is no further update at the time of writing this bulletin.  Serial 0969 of 21/02.
 
Stammer Road, Wick – During the early hours of the morning on Saturday 22 February there was an attempt break to a property where the front door handled was tried; no entry was gained.  Serial 0348 of 22/02.

 
Gravetts Lane, Climping – Overnight on Friday 21 February a building site was entered and a container, office and units broken into; a large quantity of tools and computers were stolen.  Serial 0650 of 22/02. 
 
Ferring Street, Ferring – Between Thursday 20 February and Saturday 22 February a business unit was broken into and tools stolen.  Serial 0964 of 23/02.   
 
Middleton Road, Middleton – Between Friday 21 February and Monday 24 February a shop was broken into and a safe stolen. Serial 0255 of 24/02.


Burnham Avenue, Bognor – Overnight on Sunday 23 February a property was entered via an insecure rear door and a handbag stolen.   Serial 0855 of 24/02.
 
Stanmore Gardens, Aldwick – Overnight on Monday 24 February a property was broken into and cash and jewellery were stolen.  Serial 0201 of 25/02.
 
North Street, Wick – On Wednesday 26 February between 8.30 am and 2.20 pm a property was broken into passports were stolen.  Serial 0829 of 26/02.

 
Barnham Road, Barnham – On Thursday 27 February there was an attempt break to a takeaway via the rear window; no entry was gained.  Serial 0164 of 27/02.   Another takeaway was broken into over the same period where the rear door was forced.   Serial 0282 of 27/02.  
 
Yapton Road, Barnham – Overnight on Wednesday 26 February there was an attempt break to a business where the front door to the window had been smashed; no entry was gained.  Serial 1589 of 27/02.  

 
Hide Gardens, Rustington – Between 22 February and Saturday 29 February a garage was entered and a Carrera Crossfire 2 Men’s, 16” frame, red and black Hybrid Bike was stolen.  Serial 1630 of 29/02.  

Ash Close, Brookfield – On Sunday 1 March, during the day there was an attempt break to a property; no entry was gained however damage was caused to the rear window.     Serial 1084 of 01/03.

 
Avon Road, River – Overnight on Monday 17 February the rear window to a vehicle was smashed; nothing was reported stolen.  Serial 0222 of 18/02.   
 
Mill Road, Slindon Common – On Monday 17 February during the day front and rear number plates were stolen from a vehicle. Serial 0768 of 18/02. The rear window was smashed to another vehicle and a chain saw stolen.  Serial 0960 of 19/02
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School Lane, Arundel – Overnight on Tuesday 18 February a van was broken into paperwork was stolen.  Serial 0325 of 19/02.
 
Ford Road, Arundel – On Saturday 15 February a lorry had approximately 350 litres of fuel stolen.   Serial 0695 of 19/02.  

 
Riverside Industrial Estate, River – Overnight on Monday 24 February there was a report of two vans having been broken into and tools stolen.  
 
Wickham Business Centre, Ham – Overnight on Monday 24 February a van was broken into and a cement mixer and plate stolen.  Serial 0213 of 25/02.

 
South Terrace, River – Overnight on Tuesday 25 February a van was broken into and a chainsaw stolen.  Serial 0263 of 26/02.

Anti-Social Behaviour
 
Elm Grove Road, Brookfield – On Saturday 22 February there was a report of 3 male youths (approx 12-14 yrs) throwing stones at a parked vehicle causing the rear window to smash.  Serial 1185 of 22/02   

 
High Street, River – On Sunday 23 February there was a report during the early evening of 10 youths climbing up scaffolding.   Officers attended shortly after however the youths had made off.  Serial 1192 of 23/02






 
 

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