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Chichester Weekly Bulletin

Alert message sent 17/11/2020 15:06:00

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Monday 9 – Sunday 15 November 2020


News and appeals

Weapons seized during Op Sceptre action in West Sussex:
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/news/weapons-seized-during-operation-sceptre-action-in-west-sussex/
 
Round of a-paws for Police Dog Isla:
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/news/round-of-a-paws-for-police-dog-isla-after-assisting-officers-with-three-incidents-in-seven-days2/
 
Jakub Oszmaniec, reported missing is safe and well:
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/news/jakub-oszmaniec-reported-missing-is-safe-and-well/
 
Sussex Police launches final Police Officer recruitment drive of 2020:
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/force-news/sussex-police-launches-final-police-officer-recruitment-drive-of-2020/
 
Chichester Police Facebook
 
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Crime summary

Chichester (WC1)
 
Sadlers Walk, Emsworth – Overnight between Tuesday 10 and Wednesday 11 November a vehicle was broken into. A bike and cycling equipment were stolen. Serial 0766 11/11.
 
Broadbridge Drive, Bosham – In the early hours of Wednesday 11 November a vehicle was broken into and gardening equipment was stolen. Serial 0229 11/11.
 
Chidham, Chichester – On Wednesday 11 November a vehicle was broken into and a bag containing shopping was stolen. Serial 1503 11/11.
 
North Street, Chichester – Between Thursday 5 and Thursday 12 November a business premises was burgled. Serial 0640 12/11.
 
Smugglers Lane, Bosham – On Thursday 12 November a vehicle was broken into and a bag was stolen. Serial 0728 12/11.
 
Churchmead Close, Lavant – On the afternoon of Thursday 12 November a vehicle was broken into and a bag was stolen. Serial 0067 13/11.
 
Broad Road, Hambrook – On Friday 13 November three vehicles were broken into. A sat nav and loose change was stolen. Serial 0395 13/11.
 
Graylingwell Drive, Chichester – Overnight between Friday 13 and Saturday 14 November a shed was burgled and a bike stolen. Serial 0161 14/11.
 
Harbour Way, Chidham – On the afternoon of Saturday 14 November two vehicles were broken into. Serials 0929 14/11 and 0050 15/11.
 
Wildham Lane, Stoughton – On the evening of Saturday 14 November a vehicle was criminally damaged. Serial 1426 14/11.
 
 
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)
 
Main Road, Birdham – Overnight between Tuesday 10 and Wednesday 11 November a barn was burgled. A quad bike and a power tool were stolen. Serial 0335 11/11.
 
Peerley Road, East Wittering – Between Tuesday 10 and Friday 13 November a vehicle was criminally damaged. Serial 1028 15/11.
 
Manor Farm Court, Selsey – On Saturday 14 November a residential premises was burgled. Numerous items were stolen. Serial 0551 14/11.
 
Church Road, Selsey – On the evening of Saturday 14 November the windscreen of a bus was criminally damaged. Serial 1199 14/11.
 
 
 
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)
 
Rogate, Petersfield – Overnight between Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 November a vehicle was criminally damaged. Serial 0546 12/11.
 
Portsmouth Road, Liphook – Between Thursday 12 and Friday 13 November an outbuilding was burgled. Serial 0715 13/11.
 
Pound Close, Petworth – On Saturday 14 November a garage was burgled. Serial 1387 14/11.
 
Elsted Road, Iping – On Saturday 14 November a vehicle was broken into and a bag was stolen. Serial 0729 14/11.
 
New Road, Ambersham – Between Friday 13 and Sunday 15 November a gate was criminally damaged. Serial 0360 15/11.
 
Wyndham Road, Petworth – Overnight between Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 November a garage was burgled. Serial 0489 15/11.
 
Rothermead, Petworth – On Sunday 15 November a business premises was burgled. Serial 0479 15/11.
 
Folly Lane, Petworth – On Sunday 15 November a vehicle was criminally damaged. Serial 0863 15/11.
 


 
‘Let’s Talk: Housing Standards’ consultation launched
 
Chichester District Council is looking at ways in which it can help residents and landlords to maintain and improve the condition of homes in the Chichester District, and would like to hear people’s thoughts as part of a new public consultation. They have developed a new policy, which outlines how they will build on existing work to:
Help tackle excess cold and reduce fuel poverty
Improve the standard of rented properties
Assist homeowners that can't afford repairs to their homes, and
Support those who are disabled through facilities grants.
It also sets out the full range of enforcement powers available to our housing inspection team to help improve the standard of rented accommodation in the district.
To have your say in the consultation, which closes on 4 December, visit: www.chichester.gov.uk/letstalkhousingstandards


 
 

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If you saw or heard anything, or have any information about any incident in this message please contact us online, email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101, quoting the reference number provided.

Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org



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