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Weekly Bulletin - Chichester District

Alert message sent 27/10/2020 12:32:00

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Monday 12 October to Sunday 25 October

News and appeals
Be response this Halloween
Police are urging people to consider safety.
Police set up scheme to improve cycle safety during hours of darkness
Officers intend to educate cyclists instead of issuing fixed penalty notices.
Two charged with drug supply in Chichester
Remanded in custody.
Sussex residents reminded to review their home security as the darker nights approach 
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Crime summary

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

Terminus Road, Chichester – Between Friday 9 October and Monday 12 October a shed was broken into, a cycle and tools were stolen.  Serial 0247 of 12/10.
Bognor Road, Chichester – On Tuesday 13 October during the early hours of the morning the alarm was activated to a business and a vehicle was stolen.  Serial 0144 of 13/10.
Woodfield Close, Tangmere – Overnight on Monday 12 October the door to a garage was forced; nothing reported stolen however damage was caused to the door.  Serial 0886 of 13/10.
Flatt Road, Nutbourne – Overnight on Tuesday 13 October the window was smashed to a vehicle, a sat nav and two antique chairs were stolen.   Serial 0206 of 14/10.
The Drive, Chichester – Overnight on Tuesday 13 October a vehicle was entered, a Honda petrol mower, Stihl FS 70 strimmer and petrol was stolen.  Serial 0689 of 14/10.
Ferry Drive, Chichester – Overnight on Thursday 15 October a vehicle was entered, untidy search however nothing reported stolen.  Serial 0239 of 16/10.
Churchwood Drive, Tangmere – Overnight on Saturday 10 October an insecure vehicle was entered and loose change stolen.   Serial 0326 of 17/10.
Tramway Close, Chichester – Overnight on Wednesday 14 October a vehicle was entered, untidy search but nothing reported stolen.  Serial 0214 of 19/10.
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)

Bracklesham Lane, Bracklesham Bay – On Thursday 15 October between 5.00 pm and 5.30 pm a Hilti medium duty breaker was stolen from the back of an open back tipper vehicle.  Serial 0829 of 19/10.
Jury Lane, Sidlesham Common – Between Saturday 17 October and Monday 19 October a wallet was stolen from a vehicle.   Serial 0804 of 20/10.   
East Beach Road, Selsey – Overnight on Wednesday 21 October a case of wine was stolen from a vehicle.  Serial 0987 of 22/10.  
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)

Billinghurst Road, Wisborough Green – During late evening of Wednesday 21 October a garage was broken into and various power stools were stolen.  Serial 0226 of 21/10.
Hawthorn Close, Midhurst – On Thursday 22 October between 5.20 am and 9.30 am a vehicle’s passenger side was damaged and a near side wheel also been punctured.   Serial 0684 of 22/10.   


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