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Monday 25 May - Sunday 31 May

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Monday 25 May - Sunday 31 May

News and appeals
Numerous arrests were made over the recent weekend.  Offences include:- Offences include: Assault on Police, actual bodily harm, public order, recall to prison, dangerous driving, driving under the influence of drugs, wanted on warrant, aggravated burglary, stalking, possession of a class A drug with intent to supply and criminal damage.

New team launched to tackle countryside crime in Sussex Police
The new team will be cracking down on unlawful behaviour and offences in rural communities.
Sussex Police Tactical Enforcement Unit expands to the west

A new team has been set up for West Sussex division.
Sussex Resilence Forum thanks volunteers for their hard work

To celebrate Volunteers’ Week, 1 – 7 June, the Sussex Resilience Forum (SRF) is shining a light on the stories of Sussex volunteers who have supported their communities in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Hundreds of offences detected in latest speed campaign

More than 800 incidents of speeding were recorded in Surrey and Sussex over the bank holiday weekend.
Bognor Regis Neighbourhood Watch Community Facebook

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Crime summary


Longford Road, Orchard – On Saturday 30 May there was a report of an attempt break to a property over an unknown period, tool marks were found near the rear window; no entry was gained.  Serial 0576 of 30/05.

Norfolk Street, Marine – Overnight on Thursday 28 May the window was smashed to a vehicle; no items take from within.  Serial 0543 of 29/05.

Littlehampton and surrounding areas

Queen Street, Arundel – On Monday 25 May there was a report of criminal damage to a car parking barrier; it is believed the damaged occurred during the afternoon.  Serial 1274 of 25/05.

Lake Lane, Barnham – On Monday 25 June between 1830 and 2200 hours an insecure garage was entered and a cycle stolen.   Serial 0423 of 26/05.

Littlehampton Road, Ferring – Overnight on Thursday 28 June a business was broke into; cash, phones and tools were stolen.   Serial 0446 of 29/05.

Bellscroft Close, Brookfield – On Friday 29 May, during the early hours of the morning, a vehicle was entered and a handbag stolen.  Serial 0583 of 29/05.

The Millers, Yapton -  Between Friday 22 May and Friday 29 May, twenty aluminium panels were damaged to a building site.   Serial 0369 of 29/05.

Bayford Road, River – On Wednesday 27 May, during the early hours of the morning, West Sussex Fire and Rescue attended to a car fire.  Serial 0609 of 27/05.

Tamarisk Close, Bersted – On Monday 25 May, during the early hours of the morning West Sussex Fire and Rescue attended to a deliberate ignition to grass land.  Serial 0303 of 25/05.


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