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Alert message sent 31/12/2020 11:18:00

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Monday 21 – Sunday 27 December 2020

News and appeals

Significant number of Police Officers assaulted on Christmas Day:
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Read the latest Four Weekly Roads Policing Update and find out what our teams have been doing across Sussex to keep our roads safer. An impressive 52 vehicles were stopped for speeding and Community Speed Watch receive a PPAF cheque.

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Crime summary

Bognor Regis
The Esplanade, Bognor Regis – In the early hours of Tuesday 22 December a vehicle was broken into and damage caused within. Serial 0075 22/12.
Orchard Way, Bognor Regis – In the early hours of Tuesday 22 December a vehicle was criminally damaged. Serial 0263 22/12.
Park Road, Bognor Regis – In the early hours of Tuesday 22 December the window of a residence was damaged. Serial 0352 22/12.
Marine Drive West, Bognor Regis – Between Wednesday 23 and Thursday 24 December a beach hut was burgled. Serial 0763 24/12. Other beach huts and the kiosk were also criminally damaged. Serial 0491 24/12.
Stanmore Gardens, Bognor Regis – Between Thursday 24 and Friday 25 December a vehicle was broken into. Serial 0429 25/12.
Walton Road, Bognor Regis – Between Thursday 24 and Saturday 26 December a residential property was burgled and a TV was stolen. Serial 0451 26/12.
Littlehampton and Surrounding Areas
Woodlands Avenue, Rustington – Between Sunday 20 and Monday 21 December a vehicle was broken into and presents were stolen. Serial 0398 21/12.
Woodlands Avenue, Rustington – Between Monday 21 and Tuesday 22 December a garage was burgled and a bicycle was stolen. Serial 1283 24/12.
Norfolk Gardens, Littlehampton – On the afternoon of Tuesday 22 December a white Ford Transit was stolen. Serial 0803 22/12.
Olliver Acre, Wick – Overnight between Tuesday 22 and Wednesday 23 December the fuel cap of a vehicle was forced and fuel was stolen. Serial 0922 23/12.
South Terrace, Littlehampton – On the morning of Friday 25 December a vehicle was broken into and property stolen. Serial 0791 27/12.
We have received numerous reports of vehicles having had their tyres damaged in residential roads across the Littlehampton area over the past week.
We are appealing for local residents to check any CCTV / RING Doorbell / Dashcams for evidence of suspicious behaviour.
 If you can assist us with our investigation then please contact us on 101 or online quoting reference 47200219226.
Please be assured that we are continuing with increased patrols in the area.

Arundel and Surrounding Areas
Ivy Close, Westergate – Between Monday 21 and Wednesday 23 December a residential property was burgled and a gold Vauxhall Zafira was stolen. Serial 0701 23/12.
Lyminster Road, Lyminster – Overnight between Thursday 24 and Friday 25 December a vehicle was criminally damaged. Serial 0276 25/12.
Yapton Road, Climping – Between Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 December the windows of a business premises were criminally damaged. Serial 0668 27/12.
Navigation Drive, Yapton – In the early hours of Sunday 27 December a vehicle was criminally damaged. Serial 0716 27/12.


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