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Monday 9 March - Sunday 15 March
Alert message sent 18/03/2020 12:09:00
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Monday 9 March – Sunday 15 March
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Offences include: drunk & disorderly, domestic assault, possession of an offensive weapon, robbery, wanted on warrant, driving under the influence of drugs, theft of a motor vehicle, possession of a knife, fraud, burglary, immigration, recall to prison, possession of a class A drug, wanted on warrant, breach of the peace, affray, breach of bail, robbery, actual bodily harm, driving under the influence of alcohol and assault on Police.
Four arrests made in Littlehampton day of Action
They were made during a day of targeted police action. https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/news/four-arrests-made-in-littlehampton-day-of-action/
Fish Lane, Aldwick – Overnight on Wednesday 11 March a garage was broken into and boxes searched through; nothing reported stolen at the time of writing this bulletin. Serial 0285 of 12/03.
Grosvenor Gardens, Pagham – Overnight on Friday 13 March a property was entered; cash and passports were stolen. A vehicle belonging to the property was also entered; nothing reported stolen. Serial 0380 of 14/03.
Colworth Road, Bersted – On Thursday 12 March during the morning a vehicle was broken into and a laptop and iPad stolen. Serial 1510 of 12/03.
Ely Gardens, Aldwick – Overnight on Friday 13 March a silver Mercedes A170 was stolen. Serial 0238 of 14/03.
Hampshire Avenue, Orchard – Overnight on Friday 13 March a number plate was stolen from a vehicle. Serial 0369 of 14/03. There was also another two reports of other vehicle’s having had their number plates stolen over the same period. Serial 0665 of 14/03.
Mons Avenue, Orchard – Overnight on Saturday 14 March a number plate was stolen from a vehicle. Serial 0475 of 15/03.
Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround
Cheviot Close, East Preston – Between Tuesday 3 March and Sunday 8 March two garages were entered; nothing was stolen however damage was caused to the door. Serial 0132 of 09/03. Two folding chairs and a saw was stolen. Serial 0168 of 10/03. On Wednesday 11 March there was a report of another garage having been broken into where power tools and kite-surfing equipment was stolen. Serial 0509 of 11/03. A further garage break in was also reported where damage was caused to the door; nothing reported stolen. Serial 0327 of 12/03.
Highdown Drive, Wick – Overnight on Monday 9 March a property was entered; an iPad was stolen and a clock from the wall. Serial 0330 of 10/03. Serial 0330 of 10/03.
Burndell Road, Yapton – Overnight on Wednesday 11 March a building site office was broken into. Keys were taken and used to open containers; a ground level laser was stolen. Serial 0200 of 12/03.
Crookthorn Lane, Climping – Overnight on Friday 13 March a shed was broken into and damage caused to a mower. Serial 0847 of 15/03.
Church Road, Aldingbourne – On Saturday 14 March a number plate was stolen from a vehicle during the afternoon. Serial 0644 of 09/03.
Lyminster Road, Wick – Between Saturday 15 February and Tuesday 10 March, a red Volkswagen camper van was stolen. Serial 0475 of 10/03.
Downview Close, Yapton – Between Monday 9 March and Tuesday 10 March, the rear window to a vehicle was smashed. Serial 0559 of 10/03.
East Street, River – On Thursday 12 March there was a report of youths climbing up onto the roofs. Officers attended soon after, however the youths had made off. Serial 1168 of 12/03.
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