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Chichester Weekly Bulletin

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Monday 17 to Sunday 23 August 2020

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Crime summary

Chichester (WC1)
The Street, Boxgrove – On Thursday 13 August the door of a community building was criminally damaged. Serial 0388 18/08.
St Pancras, Chichester – Between Saturday 15 and Friday 21 August a garage was burgled and numerous power tools were stolen. Serial 0877 23/08.
Oving Road, Chichester – On Monday 17 August the windscreen of a vehicle was criminally damaged. Serial 0710 18/08.
Fishbourne Road West, Chichester – On the evening of Tuesday 18 August a group of youths were witnessed criminally damaging numerous solar panels. Serial 1278 18/08.
Southgate, Chichester – Overnight between Wednesday 19 and Thursday 20 August an office was burgled. Five Samsung tablets and a mobile phone were stolen. Serial 0153 20/08.
Westgate, Chichester – Overnight between Friday 21 and Saturday 22 August a vehicle was criminally damaged. Serial 0574 22/08.
Stane Street, Westhampnett – Overnight between Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 August all four windows of a bus shelter were criminally damaged. Serial 0887 23/08.
Hearn Close, Tangmere – Between Thursday 20 and Sunday 23 August the bonnet of a car was criminally damaged. Serial 1011 23/08.
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)
Millington Drive, Selsey – Overnight between Sunday 16 and Monday 17 August a vehicle was broken into and numerous items were stolen. Serial 0590 17/08.
Manor Road, Selsey – Between Sunday 16 and Tuesday 18 August a vehicle was broken into and power tools were stolen. Serial 0876 18/08.
Elm Tree Close, Selsey – In the early hours of Tuesday 18 August a vehicle was broken into and a satnav was stolen. Serial 0363 18/08.
Hillfield Road, Selsey – On the afternoon of Thursday 20 August a vehicle was criminally damaged when the paintwork was keyed. Serial 0930 20/08.
High Street, Selsey – Overnight between Friday 21 and Saturday 22 August two business premises were burgled and items of stock and cash were stolen and damage caused within one of the premises. Serial 0294 and 0774 22/08.
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)
The Street, South Harting – Between Tuesday 18 and Wednesday 19 August the window of a residence was criminally damaged. Serial 1421 19/08.
Newpound, Wisborough Green – Overnight between Tuesday 18 and Wednesday 19 August parts were stolen from a vehicle. Serial 1460 21/08.


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