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Offences include: domestic assault, actual bodily harm, wanted on warrant, criminal damage, possession of a class A drug, driving under the influence of drugs, driving without insurance, robbery, possession of an offensive weapon, fraud, immigration, assault on Police, burglary dwelling, driving whilst disqualified and aggravated vehicle taking.

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Teenage boy robbed in Littlehampton Alley
Witness sought to incident on evening of 26 February.
Third arrest in Bognor murder investigation
Man arrested on suspicion of attempting to pervert course of justice and drugs offence. 
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Crime summary

London Road, Bognor – Overnight on Monday 2 March a derelict property currently under renovation was entered and tools stolen.   Serial 0513 of 03/03.  
Rope Walk, River – Overnight on Tuesday 3 March four containers were broken into and fishing equipment and tools stolen.   Serial 0180 of 04/03.
Marine Drive West, Aldwick – Over a two week period a beach hut was broken into and four wet suits stolen.  There was also evidence of someone having stayed there.  Serial 0450 of 07/03.    The adjoining beach hut was also broken into; nothing reported stolen however damage had been caused to the hut.   Serial 0657 of 07/03.
Upper Bognor Road, Hotham – On Sunday 8 March during the early hours of the morning an alarm was activated to a café.    Upon attendance it was confirmed that the premises had been broken into and money stolen from the till.     Serial 0169 of 08/03.     
Rose Green Road, Pagham – On Thursday 5 March during the afternoon, a vehicle was entered and a wallet stolen.  Serial 1485 of 05/03.    
Westminster Drive, Aldwick – Overnight on Thursday 5 March a van was entered and a ruck sack and wallet was stolen.  Serial 1059 of 06/03.   
Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround
Mill Road, Arundel – Overnight on Monday 2 March a site office was broken into and engineering equipment stolen.    Serial 1447 of 03/03.
Ford Lane, Ford – On Tuesday 3 March during late evening, there was an attempt break to a property; no entry was gained.  Serial 1635 of 03/03.  
Cheviot Close, East Preston – Overnight on Thursday 6 March there was an attempt break to a garage – no entry was gained.   Serial 0549 of 06/03.
Ford Lane, Ford – On Friday 6 March there was a report of a container having been broken into and musical items stolen.  Serial 1375 of 06/03.  There was report of another two containers also having been broken into.  Serial 1541 of 06/03.
Ferry Road, River – Overnight on Wednesday 4 March a vehicle was broken into and power tools stolen.  Serial 0218 of 04/03.
Crossbush Lane, Arundel – Overnight vehicle was entered and loose change stolen.  Serial 0266 of 05/03.  There were also a report of two vehicles having been entered in the same road where loose change and a bottle of aftershave was stolen.  Serial 0309 of 05/03.
Elm Grove South, Barnham – Overnight on Saturday 7 March the window to a vehicle was broken; no entry was gained.   Serial 0482 of 08/03.   
Anti-Social Behaviour
Queensway, Marine – On Saturday 7 March during early evening, there was a report of youths on motorbikes driving in an anti-social manner.   Serial 1264 of 07/03.   


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