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Weekly Bulletin - Chichester District

Alert message sent 18/09/2020 15:41:00

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Monday 31 August to Sunday 13 September

News and appeals

Numerous arrests were made over the weekend by our Arun and Chichester Officers.  Offences include:- burglary dwelling, domestic assault, criminal damage, driving whilst disqualified, drug driving, possession of a Class B drug, drunk and disorderly, obstruction, drink driving, assault police, possession with intent to supply a Class A drug, theft by employee and fraud.   

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We’ll be out and about to encourage people to follow the new legislation limited gatherings to six people.
Ongoing police activity to reduce road casualties

Police are continuing to provide education and enforcement as part of Project EDWARD.

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Neighbourhood Crime Summary (Burglary, Vehicle Crime, Criminal Damage)
Chichester (WC1)

Elizabeth Road, Chichester – On Monday 31 August between 5.00 am and 8.00 am a property was entered and a bag containing a purse and other personal items were stolen.   Serial 0569 of 31/08.
Mill Pond Crescent, Chichester – On Saturday 12 September there was a report of a property having been broken into whilst the occupant was away.   No further details are available at the time of writing this bulletin.  Serial 1589 of 12/09.  
Locksash Lane, West Marden – On Wednesday 2 September there was a report of damage to a bus shelter where several window panels had been shattered.  Serial 1168 of 02/09.
Bognor Road, Chichester – During the early hours of the morning of Monday 7 September, West Sussex Fire and Rescue attended to a deliberate ignition to a Peugeot van.   Serial 0114 of 07/09.   

Old Bridge Road, Bosham – Between Friday 28 August and Monday 31 August front and rear number plates were stolen from a vehicle.  Serial 0436 of 31/08.
Charlton Mill Way, Charlton – On Monday 31 August between 11.00 am and 12.30 pm the rear windscreen was smashed to a vehicle; clothing and a purse and other personal items were stolen. Serial 0593 of 31/08.
Church Road, Singleton – On Monday 31 August between 10.30 am and 12.30 pm the window to a vehicle was smashed, nothing was reported stolen. Serial 0646 of 31/08.
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)

Easton Lane, Almodington – On Tuesday 8 September between 4.00 and 5.00 pm a vehicle was broken into and a bag stolen.   Serial 0629 of 09/09.
East Beach Car park, Selsey – On Tuesday 1 September during late afternoon there was a report of youths driving their scooters wearing no helmets and driving in an anti-social manner.   Serial 0990 of 01/09.
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)

North Lane, South Harting – Overnight on Monday 31 August it is believed the window pane to a property was damaged by a ball bearing.  Serial 1357 of 04/09.
London Road, Hill Brow, Liss – On Tuesday 8 September between 4.00 and 5.00 pm a mobile phone was stolen from a van.   Serial 0542 of 13/09.   


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