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Weekly Bulletin - Arun District

Alert message sent 17/06/2020 12:59:00

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Monday 8 - Sunday 14 June

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There were numerous arrests over the weekend.  Offences include:- drink driving, fail to stop, dangerous driving, drunk and disorderly, domestic assault, theft, criminal damage, possession of a Class B drug, breach of non-molestation order, break of stalking order, assault, threats to kill, drug driving, possession of a Class A drug, wanted on warrant and stalking.   
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Crime summary


London Road, Marine – Overnight on Friday 12 June, there was an attempt break to a property where someone had tried to force the front door and broken the lock; no entry was gained.  Serial 0871 of 13/06.

Bereweeke Road, Felpham – On Sunday 14 June during the early hour of the morning, there was an attempt break to a property whereby marks were evident near the window handle; no entry was gained.  Serial 0520 of 14/06.

Victoria Road, Marine – On Sunday 14 June during the early hours of the morning a property was entered; handbags and other personal items were stolen.  Serial 0607 of 14/06.

High Street, Hotham – Overnight on Sunday 7 June a vehicle was entered, a rucksack containing wallet and other person items was stolen.   Serial 0316 or 08/06.

Guernsey Farm Lane, Felpham – Overnight on Wednesday 10 June a van was entered and a wallet and cigarettes stolen;  tools were ignored.  Serial 0214 of 11/06.

Pagham Road, Pagham – Overnight on Friday 12 June there was an attempt break to a vehicle parked on a driveway; no entry was gained but damage was caused to the body work.  Serial 0023 of 14/06.

Littlehampton and surrounding areas

Admirals Walk, Brookfield – Between Saturday 6 June and Thursday 11 June a garage was entered and power tools stolen.  Serial 0363 of 11/06.

Burndell Road, Yapton – On Friday 12 June there was a report of a property currently under renovation having been broken into.  It is believed that this had happened sometime during the previous week.  The key safe had been removed from outside and a TV was stolen.  Serial 0695 of 12/06.  

East Ham Road, Ham – Between Wednesday 10 June and Saturday 13 June an insecure shed was entered and two cycles stolen.   Serial 0486 of 13/06.

Ford Road, Arundel – On Saturday 13 June there was a report of a garage having been broken into and tools stolen.   Serial 0650 of 13/06.

Bridge Road, River – Between Friday 5 June and Monday 8 June a van was broken into and tools stolen.  Serial 0127 of 08/06.

Irvine Road, River – Overnight on Friday 13 June a van was broken into, a fuel card and other personal belongs were stolen.  Serial 0810 of 14/06.

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