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Chichester Weekly Bulletin

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Monday 29 June to Sunday 5 July 2020

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Numerous arrests were made during the week.  Offences include: wanted on warrant, grievous bodily harm, common assault, actual bodily harm,  arson, domestic assault, obstruction, fraud, drink driving, drunk and disorderly, drug driving, burglary, possession of an offensive weapon, criminal damage,  breach of bail and theft.  
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Crime summary
Chichester (WC1)
Laburnum Grove, Chichester – Between Thursday 25 and Monday 29 June a residential property was burgled. Nothing was stolen. Serial 0855 29/06.
East Street, Chichester – On the afternoon of Monday 29 June a business premises was burgled and tobacco was stolen. Serial 0857 29/06.
Tilemakers Close, Westhampnett – On Tuesday 30 June there was an attempted burglary at a residential property. No access was gained but a window was damaged. Serial 1424 30/06.
Barnfield Drive, Chichester – On the evening of Tuesday 30 June a clothing bank was damaged when it was set alight. Serial 0039 01/07.
Clovelly Road, Southbourne – Overnight between Tuesday 30 June and Wednesday 1 July a blue Citroen C3 was stolen. Serial 0886 01/07.
Clovelly Road, Southbourne – Overnight between Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 July damage was caused to three buses. Serial 0464 02/07.
Melbourne Road, Chichester – Overnight between Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 July a car windscreen was criminally damaged. Serial 0588 02/07.
Portfield Way, Chichester – Overnight between Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 July the main door of a business premises was criminally damaged. Serial 0613 02/07.
Kiln Mews, Hambrook – On the evening of Thursday 2 July, two residential properties were damaged when stones were thrown at them. Serials 1135 02/07 and 0457 03/07.
Foxbury Lane, Westbourne – On Friday 3 July the window of a vehicle was criminally damaged. Serial 0970 03/07.
Brandy Hole Lane, Chichester – In the early hours of Sunday 5 July an unlocked vehicle was entered. A satnav and loose change were stolen. Serial 0790 06/07.
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)
Grosvenor Road, Chichester – Overnight between Sunday 28 and Monday 29 June a vehicle was entered and a purse and wallet were stolen. Serial 0470 29/06.
Beach Road, Selsey – On the morning of Monday 29 June the play equipment at East Beach was found to be vandalised. Serial 1029 29/06.
Wiston Avenue, Chichester – Between Sunday 28 June and Wednesday 1 July a vehicle was broken into and searched through and a lead was stolen. Serial 0651 01/07.
Wight Way, Selsey – Between Tuesday 30 June and Wednesday 1 July the paintwork of a vehicle was criminally damaged. Serial 1437 05/07. 
Hunston, Chichester – In the early hours of Thursday 2 July an unlocked vehicle was entered and a satnav was stolen. Serial 0065 02/07.
Shipton Green, Itchenor – On the afternoon of Thursday 2 July a purse was stolen from the seat of an unattended vehicle. Serial 0828 02/07.
Chichester Road, Selsey – On Sunday 5 July a residential property was burgled. Nothing was stolen but damage was caused to the premises. Serial 1449 05/07.
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)
Middle Street, Petworth – On Wednesday 1 July the exterior wall of a residential property was criminally damaged. Serial 0601 01/07.


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