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Arun District Weekly Bulletin

Alert message sent 05/08/2020 14:17:00

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27 July - 2 August

News and appeals

There were 27 arrests over the weekend by our Officers on Arun and Chichester Hub.  Offences included drunk and disorderly, theft of motor vehicle, harassment, theft of cycle, breach of stalking order, driving with no insurance, arson, possession of a Class B drug, threats to kill, assault police, stalking and burglary dwelling.  
Missing Bognor Regis man found sound

David Taylor returned home on Tuesday night (August 4).

Appeal after series of tool thefts across Sussex
Incidents have been reported in Shoreham, Brighton, Polegate, Arundel and Crawley.

Man charged with arson after fire in Bognor Regis

Julia Chapman is appointed Deputy Chief Constable
She joined Sussex Police in 2019 as the Assistant Chief Constable for local policing.

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Crime summary


Pryors Green, Aldwick – On Tuesday 28 July there was a report of an attempt break to a property over a week period where the door lock had been tampered with; no entry was gained.  Serial 1237 of 28/07.

Ferndowns Garden, Felpham – Between Saturday 25 July and Wednesday 29 July a shed was entered; two Carisma’s and one Traxxas remote cars were stolen. Serial 1277 of 29/07.

Triton Place, Felpham – On Monday 27 July at approximately 6.00 am a vehicle was broken into and petrol receipts stolen.  Serial 0350 of 27/07.   

Kingsmead, Felpham – On Saturday 25 July between 3.00 am and 5.00 am a vehicle was entered and a sat nav stolen.  Serial 0667 of 27/07.   

Limmer Lane, Fepham – On Monday 27 July during the early hours of the morning there was an attempt break to a vehicle; no entry was gained.  Serial 1410 of 27/07.

Pemboke Way, Aldwick – On Friday 31 July during the early hours of the morning a van was entered and £10 stolen.  Serial 0370 of 31/07.

Wishfield Drive, Felpham – Overnight on Friday 31 July a van was entered and tools stolen.  Serial 0529 of 01/08.  

Wood Hill Way, Felpham – Overnight on Friday 31 July a vehicle was broken into and a laptop stolen.  Serial 0535 of 01/08.
Littlehampton and Surrounding Areas

Sea Road, Beach – Overnight on Friday 24 July, a sign that had been affixed to a bench was prised off and broken.  Serial 0337 of 27/07.

Sea Avenue, Rustington – On Wednesday 29 July there was a report of eggs and stones having been thrown at a vehicle; thankfully there was no permanent damage caused.  Serial 0190 of 29/07.

Potters Mead, Wick – Between 7.00 pm on Tuesday 28 July and 1.45 pm on Thursday 29 July a vehicle had acid thrown down the side of the doors causing substantial damage. Serial 0781 of 29/07.

River Road, River – On Friday 31 July during the morning there was a report of youths jumping into the river.   The informant advised that the youths had since moved on.  We are aware of similar recent reports and have increased our patrol activities together with liaising with partner agencies to resolve.   Serial 0620 of 31/07.  


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