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Alert message sent 09/09/2020 15:05:00

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31 August and 6 September

News and appeals

Numerous arrests were made over the weekend by our Arun and Chichester Officers.  Offences include:- affray, breach of bail, fraud, wanted on warrant, theft of motor vehicle, possession of a knife, drug driving, drink driving, possession of a Class B drug, domestic assault and grievous bodily harm. 

Five arrested in simultaneous warrants in Bognor Regis and London
All five were later charged and will appear in court at the end of the month.

Renewed appeal for witnesses to fatal collision near Arundel
Did you see what happened?

Driver seriously injured in Bognor collision

Car collided with tree in Lidsey Road
Bognor Regis Neighbourhood Watch Community Facebook

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Crime summary

Hawthorn Road, Bognor – Between Sunday 30 August and Wednesday 2 September a property was broken into; items stolen include cash, an electric bike, mountain bike, TV’s and an electronic tablet.  Serial 1354 of 02/09.

Marine Drive West, Aldwick – Overnight on Tuesday 2 September a beach hut was broken into and a cool box and other small items were stolen.  Serial 1523 if 03/09.

Flansham Lane, Felpham – On Saturday 5 September a property was broken; a large quantity of cash and jewellery was stolen.  Serial 1281 of 05/09.    

Greynville Close, Pagham – Overnight on Sunday 30 August an insecure van was entered and a wallet stolen.  Serial 0180 of 01/09.

High Street, Hotham – Overnight on Tuesday 2 September an insecure vehicle was entered; paperwork and loose change was stolen. Serial 0387 of 03/09.

Brooks Lane, Hotham – On Sunday 6 September an insecure vehicle was entered and a wallet stolen. Serial 0945 of 06/09.

Priestley Way, Middleton – Overnight on Tuesday 1 September a vehicle had flour, eggs and baked beans thrown all over it.   Serial 0800 of 02/09.

Littlehampton and Surrounding Areas

London Road, Arundel – On Thursday 3 September there was a report of a property having been broken into. There are no further details available at the time of writing this bulletin.  Serial 0350 of 03/09.

London Road, Arundel – Overnight on Thursday 2 September an outbuilding to a property was broken into; items within had been moved and some items placed outside however nothing was reported stolen.  Serial 1148 of 03/09.

Park Road, Yapton – Overnight on Friday 4 September a van was broken into; Radam polaroid glasses, a laptop and tools were stolen.  Serial 0571 of 05/09.  

London Road, Arundel – On Sunday 6 September during the early hours of the morning White Ford mini bus was stolen.  Serial 0317 of 0/09.

Palmer Road, Angmering – Overnight on Saturday 5 September a ZX10 ninja green Kawasaki motorcycle was stolen.   Serial 0967 of 06/09.



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