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Weekly Bulletin - Arun District

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Monday 23 - Sunday 29 March 

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Crime summary


Parklands Avenue, Pevensey  - Between Sunday 22 March 2300hrs and Monday 23 March 0700hrs there was theft of goldfish from a pond. Serial 0705 23/3

Bedford Street, Marine on Tuesday 24 March - There was a theft of a pedal cycle the padlock had been cut off and was left on the ground. Bike described as black and green Carerra mountain bike. Serial 0552 24/3

St Richards Way, Aldwick - On Friday 27 March there was a theft of a brown garden waste bin. Serial 0189 29/3

Malvern Way, Pagham - Between midday on Saturday 28 March and midday on Sunday 29th March a garage was broken into and a Sat Nav stolen from a car within the garage. Serial 0412 29/3

Thrusloes, Aldwick-  Between 1700hrs on Sunday 22 March and 0700hrs on Monday 23 March there was a theft from a vehicle. The driver’s window was smashed and a purse and driving licence was stolen. Serial 0141 23/3

Mornington Crescent, Felpham - Between Sunday 22  March 1800hrs and the morning of Monday 23 March. A car was entered and a purse was stolen. Serial 0143 23/3

Winston Crescent, Bersted - Between Sunday 22 March midnight and 0800hrs of Monday 23 March two vehicles were broken into and a variety of items stolen including clothes. Serial 0037 24/3

Grassmere Close, Felpham - Between Tuesday 24 March 1900hrs and Wednesday 25 March 0900hrs a van was broken into and a number of power tools stolen. Serial 0388 25/3

Madeira Parade, Hotham - Between Wednesday 25 March 2330hrs and Thursday 26 March 0600hrs a car was broken into and money and a bank card were stolen. Serial 0566 27/3

Hillsboro Road, Orchard between Friday 27 March 2200hrs and Saturday 28 March 0900hrs a car window was smashed and items stolen including an IPod and sunglasses. Serial 0304 28/3

Leonora Drive, Pagham between Friday 27 March 1500hrs and Saturday 28 March 1150hrs a car window was smashed, nothing stolen. Serial 0377 28/3
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Broadwater Street, East Preston - Between Monday 23 March 1800hrs and Tuesday 24th March 1000hrs motorbike stolen – described as black 50cc Roadstar. Serial 0383 24/3

West Drive, Angmering -  On Saturday 28 March there a break to a shed in which a leaf blower was stolen. Serial 0535 28/3

North Lane, East Preston between Thursday 26 March 2200hrs and Friday 27th March 0900hrs windows on a parked car were smashed. Serial 0533 27/3

Westlands, Rustington between Thursday 26 March 1715hrs and Friday 27th March 0815hrs a rear windscreen of a parked car was smashed. Serial 0048 28/3


Haywards Close, Felpham – On Monday 30 March report of youths at location smoking cannabis, drinking alcohol and not social distancing. Officers completed a mobile patrol of the area but youths had left. Serial 0450 30/3

High Street, Littlehampton – On Tuesday 24 March report of group congregating and drinking alcohol. Group given words of advice by officers and moved. Serial 0428 24/3

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