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Chichester Weekly Bulletin

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Monday 10 to Sunday 16 August 2020

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Crime summary
Chichester (WC1)
Lewis Road, Chichester – Overnight between Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 August a white Ford Transit Van was stolen. Serial 0401 11/08.
Franklin Place, Chichester – On the afternoon of Tuesday 11 August a grey Piaggio Liberty Moped was stolen. Serial 0659 11/08.
Osborne Crescent, Chichester – Between Monday 10 and Wednesday 12 August a black Audi A6 was stolen. Serial 1122 12/08.
Guilden Road, Chichester – On the evening of Wednesday 12 August a motorbike was criminally damaged when it was deliberately pushed over. Serial 1780 12/08.
White Chimney Row, Emsworth – Overnight between Wednesday 12 and Thursday 13 August the doors of a business premises were criminally damaged with graffiti. Serial 0814 13/08.
Binderton, Chichester – On the afternoon of Thursday 13 August a vehicle was broken into and a phone and handbag were stolen. Serial 1085 13/08.
Denge Lane, Halnaker – On the afternoon of Thursday 13 August a car was broken into and a bag was stolen. Serial 0270 14/08.
St Marys Road, Boxgrove – Overnight between Thursday 13 and Friday 14 August two vehicles were criminally damaged when the tyres were slashed. Serial 0135 15/08.
St Pauls Road, Chichester – In the early hours of Friday 14 August a commercial premises was burgled. Cigarettes, alcohol and scratch cards were stolen. A male was later detained nearby. Serial 0061 14/08.
Green Lane, Chichester – In the early hours of Friday 14 August there was an attempted burglary at a residence where a window had been left open. Serial 0272 14/08.
Clay Lane, Chichester – On the morning of Saturday 15 August an insecure vehicle was entered and clothing was stolen. Serial 0840 15/08.
Leather Bottle Lane, Chichester – Overnight between Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 August a residence was burgled. A suitcase full of belongings and two money boxes were stolen. Serial 0920 16/08.
Shippam Street, Chichester – Overnight between Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 August a residence was burgled and two bags containing personal belongings were stolen. Serial 1350 16/08.
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)
Chichester Road, Selsey – Between Saturday 8 and Tuesday 11 August a business premises was burgled. Numerous items were stolen and damage caused within the premises. Serial 1096 11/08.
Manor Road, Selsey – On the morning of Sunday 9 August a shed was burgled and the brickwork of a residence was criminally damaged. Serial 1132 11/08.
Hersee Way, Selsey – On the evening of Thursday 13 August a vehicle was broken into and alcohol was stolen. Serial 1215 13/08.
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)
North Street, Midhurst – In the early hours of Monday 10 August a cash point was criminally damaged. Serial 0205 10/08.
Byworth, Petworth – On Monday 10 August a residence was burgled and jewellery was stolen. Serial 098710/08.
West Street, Midhurst – On the evening of Sunday 16 August a group were witnessed smashing the window of a business premises. Serial 1558 16/08.


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