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Chichester Weekly Bulletin

Alert message sent 22/01/2021 17:14:00

Information sent on behalf of Sussex Police


Monday 11 to Sunday 17 January 2021


News and appeals

 
Alert after Covid 19 vaccine scam reported in Sussex:
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/news/alert-after-covid-19-vaccine-scam-reported-in-sussex/
 
Police continue to issue fines to those not complying with Covid 19 regulations:
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/force-news/police-continue-to-issue-fines-to-those-not-complying-with-covid-19-regulations/
 
 
Police Rural Crime Team ask public to respect the countryside:
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/force-news/police-rural-crime-team-ask-public-to-respect-the-countryside/
 
Two boys arrested for attempted robbery in Chichester:
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/witness-appeals/two-boys-arrested-for-attempted-robbery-in-chichester/


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Crime summary

Chichester (WC1)
 
Victoria Road, Chichester – Overnight between Sunday 10 and Monday 11 January a vehicle was broken into. Serial 0341 11/01.
 
York Road, Chichester – Overnight between Sunday 10 and Monday 11 January a vehicle was broken into and cash was stolen. Serial 1100 11/01.
 
Spitalfield Lane, Chichester – Overnight between Monday 11 and Tuesday 12 January there was an attempted burglary of a garage. Serial 0439 12/01.
 
Stoneypost Close, Oving – On the evening of Friday 15 January a vehicle was criminally damaged. Serial 1568 15/01.
 
Wildham Lane, Stoughton – On the morning of Saturday 16 January two vehicles were criminally damaged. Serials 0474 and 0495 16/01.
 
Inlands Road, Nutbourne – Overnight between Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 January a garage was burgled and a power tool was stolen. Serial 0811 17/01.
 
 
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)
 
Merryfield Drive, Selsey – Between Saturday 9 and Tuesday 12 January a vehicle was broken into. A satnav and sunglasses were stolen. Serial 1071 14/01.
 
Bonnar Road, Selsey – On the evening of Sunday 10 January a vehicle was broken into and keys were stolen. Serial 0012 11/01.
 
Green Lane, Selsey – Overnight between Sunday 10 and Monday 11 January an unlocked vehicle was entered and some shopping was stolen. Serial 0836 11/01.
 
Byways, Selsey – Overnight between Monday 11 and Tuesday 12 January a residential property was burgled and a purse was stolen. Serial 0314 12/01.
 
Elm Grove, Selsey – On the morning of Wednesday 13 January there was an attempted burglary of a residential property. Serial 0891 13/01.
 
Beach Road, Selsey – Overnight between Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 January a kiosk was burgled. Stock and two children’s scooters were stolen. Serial 0186 14/01.
 
Manor Lane, Selsey – Overnight between Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 January two vehicles were broken into. Serials 0243 and 0297 14/01.
 
Wheatfield Road, Selsey – In the early hours of Thursday 14 January a vehicle was broken into. Cash, clothing and keys were stolen. Serial 0252 14/01.
 
High Street, Selsey – Overnight between Thursday 14 and Friday 15 January a shed was burgled and other items of property were criminally damaged. Serial 0993 15/01.
 
Keynor Lane, Sidlesham – On the morning of Sunday 17 January a caravan and stables were burgled. Serial 1269 17/01.
 
 
 
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)
 
Heathfield Green, Midhurst – Between Thursday 31 December and Saturday 16 January a garage was burgled and a road bike was stolen. Serial 0540 16/01.
 
 
 
You may recall from our bulletin and social media post from last week that we have seen an increase in reports of burglaries to sheds, garages and outbuildings across Chichester district.
We have since received further reports of similar offences in the Emsworth, Petworth, Midhurst and Haslemere areas.
 
Some of the properties targeted had been left unlocked. It can take seconds for a thief to steal your belongings so we would like to remind everyone to ensure that you leave your property secure when unattended or not in use.
 
Valuables stolen include bikes, sports and fishing equipment and power tools.
Keep it locked.
Install security lights
Install an alarm
Install CCTV.
If you already have CCTV, ensure it is in good working order.
 
Please be assured that our teams are continuing with patrols and following up all enquiries to identify those responsible.
We would ask you to report any suspicious behaviour to us straight away. If you can assist us with any information then please contact us on 101 or online.




 
 

Help us keep Sussex safe

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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