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Chichester Weekly Bulletin

Alert message sent 24/07/2020 11:50:00

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Monday 13th to Sunday 19th July 2020

News and appeals

Numerous arrests were made during the week.  Offences include:  Drunk and disorderly, actual bodily harm, criminal damage, drug driving, threats to kill, shoplifting, theft from motor vehicle, wanted on warrant, burglary, theft of motor vehicle.
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Crime summary

Chichester (WC1)
Chapel Street, Chichester – On the evening of Tuesday 14 July a vehicle was broken into. A wheel lock and a rucksack containing a passport and cash were stolen.
Serial 1347 14/07.
Charlton Mill Way, Chichester – Overnight between Tuesday 14 and Wednesday 15 July an unlocked vehicle was entered and a wallet was stolen. Serial 0227 15/07.
Charlton, Chichester – Overnight between Tuesday 14 and Wednesday 15 July an unlocked vehicle was entered. Medication and paperwork were stolen. Serial 0228 15/07.
West Dean, Chichester – Overnight between Tuesday 14 and Wednesday 15 July an unlocked vehicle was entered yet nothing was stolen. Serial 0638 15/07.
Salthill Road, Chichester – Overnight between Tuesday 14 and Wednesday 15 July a vehicle was broken into and searched through. A torch, a pair of sunglasses and a bottle of perfume were stolen. Serial 1474 15/07.
Lavant Road, Lavant – In the early hours of Wednesday 15 July a shed was burgled and a Stihl garden strimmer was stolen. Serial 0261 15/07.
Lavant, Chichester – Overnight between Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16 July three unlocked vehicles were entered. A small amount of change was stolen from one of them. Serial 0135 and 0619 16/07.
Hylters Lane, Chilgrove – In the afternoon of Saturday 18 July a vehicle window was smashed and a handbag was stolen. Serial 1406 18/07.
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)
Grafton Road, Selsey – Overnight between Monday 13 to Tuesday 14 July a maintenance shed was burgled and numerous power tools and waterproof clothing were stolen.
Serial 0212 14/07.
Highleigh Road, Highleigh – Between Sunday 12 and Tuesday 14 July there was an attempted burglary of a residential garage. The garage door was damaged but no access gained. Serial 0276 15/07.
Croft Road, Selsey – Between Tuesday 14 and Thursday 16 July a garage was burgled. Golf equipment and power tools were stolen. Serial 1228 16/07.
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)
Bepton Road, Midhurst – Overnight between Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16 July a car port and tool shed were burgled. Numerous hand tools and power tools were stolen.
Serial 0363 16/07.
Vicarage Hill, Loxwood – Between Monday 6 and Wednesday 15 July a property was burgled. A water tank and copper piping was stolen. Serial 0928 16/07.
Lutener Road, Easebourne – Between Tuesday 14 and Thursday 16 July a black BMW motorcycle was stolen. Serial 0339 17/07.
Bex Lane, Heyshott – On Friday 17 July a vehicle windscreen was criminally damaged. Serial 1529 17/07.


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