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Tuesday 24th August 2021


News and appeals
Appeal after driver hurt in collision on the A24 near Worthing
 Sussex Police are appealing for witnesses of a single vehicle collision involving a 4x4 on the A24 Findon bypass near Worthing at around 8.30pm on Thursday (August 19).
The driver, a 28-year-old man, was taken to Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton with serious injuries.
Anyone who has any information about the collision or has dashcam or CCTV footage is asked to email collision.appeal@sussex.pnn.police.uk, quoting Operation Tackle.
 
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/appeal-after-driver-hurt-in-collision-on-the-a24-near-worthing/

Safe Against Scams
Due to the success of previous sessions, West Sussex County Council is running more Safe Against Scams webinars. Please share the information about these sessions with your family and friends, so we can prevent as many people as possible from becoming a victim of fraud.

More than ever before, we have been relying on technology to enable us to work, learn and connect with each other. Inevitably, criminals have exploited and used our increased digital lives to their advantage. The pandemic has seen a rise in scams including telephone, courier and romance fraud, which have all become an increased concern in West Sussex. Not only is there the financial impact on victims, but the emotional impact can be even more significant.

To help raise awareness of these different types of scams, how to spot them, and what to do if you or your family become a victim, the West Sussex Community Safety & Wellbeing Team alongside Trading Standards are running free monthly scams awareness webinars for you to attend:

Tuesday 14 September 2021: 10:00 – 11:30am
Tuesday 12 October 2021: 10:00 – 11:30am
Thursday 4 November 2021: 10:00 – 11:30am

You can book to attend any of the above sessions via Eventbrite here.

For support with accessing the webinars from your own device, or for the opportunity to view the webinars on a library iPad at your local library, call for support or register your interest by contacting the Remote Digital Support Service via 0330 222 3455.

 
Crime summary
 
Bishops Close, West Tarring – overnight 18th August, someone has entered and insecure property, stolen keys and then stolen vehicle. Cad 0155 18/08/21
Cowper Road, Worthing – overnight between 16th & 17th August, tyres were slashed on a Mercedes car. Cad 1437 17/08/21
 Glebe Close, Southwick – between 1200hrs 13th August and 1500hrs 18th August, a property was entered, an untidy search was made and jewellery was stolen. Cad 0830 18/08/21.
 Wenban Road, Worthing – between 2300hrs 17th August and 0600hrs 18th August, a BMW motorcycle was stolen. Cad 0229 18/08/21
 Eton Road, Worthing – between 1600hrs 17th August and 1100hrs 18th August, a
Kawasaki motor cycle was stolen. Cad 0547 18/08/21.
 Wigmore Road, Broadwater – between 2200hrs 17th & 0630hrs 18th August, damage was made to a padlock on a motor cycle, believe in an attempt to steal. Cad 0108 19/08/21
 Yew Tree Close, Lancing – during the night, 21st August, someone entered the property overnight and stole keys. Cad 0620 21/08/21
 Augusta Place, Worthing – between 1830hrs 20th August and 1200hrs 21st August, damage was caused to a garage door, believe in an attempt to enter, no entry was gained and nothing was stole. Can 0745 21/08/21
 Old Shoreham Road, Shoreham – between 1300hrs & 1400hrs 21st August, damage was caused to a front door, believe in an attempt to gain entry, no entry gained and nothing was stolen. Cad 1225 21/08/21.
The Causeway, Goring by Sea – approximately 1545hrs 22nd August, an attempt was made to enter a property, no entry gained but damage was caused. Nothing stolen. Cad 0935 22/08/21.
Eastern Close, Shoreham – between 21000hrs 19th August & 0700hrs 20th August, a hubcap and wing mirror was stolen from a vehicle. Cad 1075 20/08/21.
Upper Brighton Road, Lancing – between 0700hrs & 1300hrs 21st August, a Range Rover was stolen. Cad 0715 21/08/21.
The Boulevard, Goring by Sea – approximately 1430hrs 21st August, a mobile phone was stolen from a vehicle.  Cad 0311 23/08/21.
New Broadway, Worthing – at 0230hrs 23rd August a motorcycle was stolen. Cad 1014 23/08/21.  
Western Close, Lancing – at 0010hrs 23rd August, an insecure vehicle was entered and a wallet containing financial cards was stolen. Cad 0335 24/08/21.
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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