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Alert message sent 30/07/2020 15:35:00

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Monday 20 July - Sunday 26 July

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There were 34 arrests over the weekend.  Offences include:- actual bodily harm, criminal damage, harassment, theft from motor vehicle, domestic assault, malicious communications, shoplifting, pervert the course of justice, drunk and disorderly, robbery, obstruction and witness intimidation.  

Sussex Police and Surrey Police recognised in this year’s Times top 50 Employers for Women
Both forces have been recognised for their commitment to tackling gender inequality.

Ford Prison absconder arrested
Wanted James Hutton has been recalled to prison

Two teenagers injured in assault on group in Arundel
The group was set upon in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

Bognor Regis Neighbourhood Watch Community Facebook
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Crime summary


Sycamore Road, Bersted – On Friday 24 July between 6.10 am and 8.30 am a property was entered via an insecure front door and a car’s logbook stolen.  Serial 0337 of 24/07.

Rowan Way, Bersted – On Sunday 19 July between 2.00 pm and 4.00 pm a vehicle had its electric wing mirrors damaged.  Serial 0377 of 20/07.

Wilman Gardens, Aldwick – Overnight on Sunday 19 July an insecure vehicle was entered and a riding hat, loose change and chargers stolen.   Serial 1090 of 20/07. 
Mayfield Close, Pagham – Overnight on Saturday 18 July a vehicle was entered and loose change and a broken PlayStation controller was stolen. Serial 0923 of 21/07.  

Sudley Road, Hotham – Overnight on Tuesday 21 July a vehicle was entered overnight and a log book and driving licence stolen. Serial 0263 of 22/07.

Sea Road, Felpham – Between Wednesday 15 July and and Wednesday 22 July a catalytic converter was stolen from a Honda CR-V.   Serial 1273 of 22/07.

Sunningdale Gardens, Bersted – Overnight on Thursday 23 work a van was entered and paperwork was stolen.  Serial 0204 of 24/07.  

Roundle Avenue, Felpham – On Friday 24 July during the early hours of the morning a vehicle was entered and a Bluetooth speaker stolen.  Serial 0789 of 24/07.
Littlehampton and Surrounding Areas

Kingsmill Road, Barnham – On Wednesday 22 July between midnight and 04.00 am a property was entered and a work bag containing tools stolen from near the rear door.  Serial 0273 of 22/07.

Elm Grove, Barnham – Overnight on Tuesday 22 July a property was entered via an insecure front door and three handbags stolen.  Serial 0387 of 22/07.

Convent Gardens, Findon – Between Wednesday 15 July and Wednesday 22 July there was an attempt break to a property whereby the patio doors to the conservatory had been forced; no entry was gained.  Serial 0209 of 23/07.

Mantling Road, Ham – Between 7.30 am on Monday 20 July and 11.30 am on Tuesday 21 July an insecure vehicle was entered; a dashcam, sat nav and solar charging panel was stolen.  Serial 0589 of 21/07.

Mill Road, Arundel – On Tuesday 21 July during early evening there was a report of approximately eight mopeds driving around the area in an anti-social manner.   Serial 1353 of 21/07.

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