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Alert message sent 01/09/2020 10:54:00

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Monday 17 to Sunday 23 August 2020

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Crime summary

Hoe Lane, Flansham – Between Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 August two pedal cycles were stolen from an outbuilding. Serial 0437 17/08.

Hoe Lane, Flansham – In the early hours of Sunday 16 August, two sheds were burgled. Meat and two mountain bikes were stolen. Serial 0409 21/08.

Marine Drive West, Bognor – In the early hours of Monday 17 August a group of youths were seen to criminally damage a car. Serial 0884 19/08.

Pennicott Road, Bersted – Between Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 August a vehicle was broken into. Cash and bank cards were stolen. Serial 0918 18/08.

Lidsey Lane, Bersted – Overnight between Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 August a vehicle was broken into and two sat navs were stolen. Serial 1249 18/08.

Bedford Avenue, Bognor – On Tuesday 18 August a garage was burgled and two mountain bikes were stolen. Serial 0828 18/08.

Gossamer Lane, Bognor – Overnight between Thursday 20 and Friday 21 August an unlocked vehicle was entered and a purse was stolen. Serial 0544 21/08.

Brooksmead, Bognor – Between Friday 21 and Saturday 22 August a garage was burgled and a bike and tools were stolen. Serial 1054 23/08.

Westminster Drive, Bognor – In the early hours of Saturday 22 August four windows on a vehicle were criminally damaged. Serial 0845 22/08.
Littlehampton and surrounding areas
New Road, Littlehampton – Overnight between Sunday 16 and Monday 17 August a car was criminally damaged when a window was damaged and paint was thrown over the vehicle. Serial 0307 17/08.

Ascot Way, Rustington – On the evening of Monday 17 August a vehicle was deliberately set alight. Serial 1756 17/08.

Main Road, Yapton – Overnight between Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 August a garage was burgled and golf clubs were stolen. Serial 0920 18/08.

Mill Pond Way, East Preston – On Wednesday 19 August a black and Red Keeway 125 motorcycle was stolen. Serial 0966 19/08.

West Way, Wick – On the afternoon of Thursday 20 August the window of a residence was deliberately smashed by a group of youths. Serial 1000 20/08.

Terminus Road, Littlehampton – Between Thursday 20 and Sunday 23 August the rear windscreen of a vehicle was criminally damaged. Serial 0746 23/08.

Arundel Road, Littlehampton – In the early hours of Saturday 22 August the window of a residence was deliberately damaged. Serial 0426 22/08.

Fittleworth Garden, Rustington – Overnight between Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 both sets of number plates were stolen from a vehicle. Serial 0353 23/08.


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