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Arun District Weekly Bulletin

Alert message sent 09/10/2020 15:56:00

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21 September - 4 October


News and appeals

Fall for the person not the profile – romance fraud campaign launches today.
A nationwide campaign launches today (8 October)
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/news/fall-for-the-person-not-the-profile---romance-fraud-campaign-launches-today/
 
Cyclist hit by car in Rustington
Cyclist believed to have been struck deliberately.
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/witness-appeals/cyclist-hit-by-car-in-rustington/

New roads policing page set up on Sussex Police website
Keep up to date with our engagement, education and enforcement activity. 
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/news/new-roads-policing-page-set-up-on-sussex-police-website/

Latest drink and drug-driving convictions revealed
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/court-results/latest-drink-and-drug-driving-convictions-revealed/

Man sought over assault on bus passenger at Pagham
Victim received hospital treatment
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/witness-appeals/man-sought-over-assault-on-bus-passenger-at-pagham/

Sussex Police urge the public to continue to prevent the spread of Covid
The force will continue to work with partners and local communities to prevent the spread of infection in Sussex.
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/news/sussex-police-urge-the-public-to-continue-to-prevent-the-spread-of-covid/

Bognor Regis Neighbourhood Watch Community Facebook

Please click on link below for latest Neighbourhood Watch information
https://www.facebook.com/Bognor-Regis-Neighbourhood-Watch-108709752882796 /

 
Crime summary
Bognor
Orchard Way, Orchard – Between Thursday 17 September and Saturday 19 September a garage was broken into; nothing reported stolen however damage caused to the door.  Serial 0386 of 22/09.

Nyetimber Lane, Aldwick – Overnight a garage was entered and the following tools were stolen:- Makita wet dry hoover, plunge saw, planer and red chop saw.  Serial  0250 of 21/09. 

Nyetimber Lane, Aldwick – Overnight on Thursday 24 September a garage was broken into and hand tools were stolen, Serial 0845 of 25/09. 

Annandale Avenue, Orchard – On Sunday 27 September during the early hours of the morning a shed was entered and a red metal toolbox and a lightweight Flying Mountain Bike (26 inch wheel, 21 speeds withShimano disc brakes) was stolen.  Serial 0352 of 27/09.

The Pound, Aldwick – On Sunday 27 September a vehicle that was housed in a garage was broken into and a purse stolen. Serial 0757 of 27/09.

The Drive, Aldwick – Overnight on Sunday 20 October a vehicle was entered and a Tommy Hilfiger wallet, drivers licence and two bottles of aftershave were stolen.  Serial 0198 of 21/09.  

Nelson Road, Marine – Overnight on Sunday 20 October a vehicle was entered and hairdressing equipment stolen.   Serial 1012 of 21/09.

Chichester Road, Orchard – On Tuesday 22 October between 2.05 pm and 2.15 pm an insecure van was entered and a large quantity of cash stolen.  Serial 0741 of 22/09.

Sudley Gardens, Hotham – Overnight on Wednesday 30 September a van was broken into and a work phone stolen.  Serial 0159 of 01/10.   

Graigweil Lane, Aldwick – Overnight on Wednesday 30 September a vehicle was entered and a handbag stolen.  Serial 0187 of 01/10.

Stirling Way, Adwick – Overnight on Friday 2 October a van was broken into and a large quantity of tools stolen.  Serial 0417 of 03/10.  

Littlehampton and Surrounding Areas
Yapton Lane, Walberton – Between Friday 18 and Monday 21 September a building site was broken into and a boiler and copper pipes stolen.  Serial 0249 of 21/09.

Yapton Road, Arundel – Overnight on Sunday 20 September a sales office was broken into and a laptop and keys stolen. Serial 0456 of 21/09.  

Lansdowne Road, Wick – Between Sunday 6 September and Monday 21 September there was an attempt break to an occupied property; no entry was gained however damage was caused around the timber lock. Serial 0199 of 22/09.      

Yapton Lane, Yapton – On Friday 18 September between the hours of 7.30 am and 4.30 pm a combi boiler was stolen from a building site.   Serial 0863 of 24/09.

Kirkland Close, Rustington – Overnight on Friday 26 September a garage was broken into and alcohol stolen.  There were a further two reports of breaks to garages in the same road where a Dyson hoover was stolen from one and alcohol from the other.   Serial 0470 of 27/09. 

Walnut Avenue, Rustington – Overnight on Friday 26 September a garage was entered and food stolen from the fridge/freezer.   Serial 0273 of 28/09.   

Read our tips on how to secure your garage here:- https://www.sussex.police.uk/cp/crime-prevention/non-residential-burglary/secure-shed-garage/

High Street, Littlehampton – Overnight on Tuesday 29 September a shop was broken into and money stolen.  Serial 0315 of 30/09.   

Dover Lane, Poling – Overnight on Thursday 1 October a yard was broken into; two chain saws, leaf blower and impact wrench were stolen.    Serial 0192 of 02/10.

Ford Lane, Ford – On Saturday 3 October during late evening a business was broken into; hand tools and cash were stolen.  Serial 1072 of 04/10. 

Capstan Drive, Brookfield – Overnight on Monday 21 September a catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle.  Serial 0097 of 23/09.  

High Street, Findon – Overnight on Monday 21 September a catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle.  Serial 0957 of 23/09.
 


 
 

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