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Adur and Worthing Weekly Bulletin

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Tuesday 14th September 2021


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Proactive checks on vulnerable residents' homes leads to Worthing drugs arrests
Officers from the Worthing Neighbourhood Policing Team made several arrests following proactive patrols to tackle drug-dealing in the town.
They focused on addresses where vulnerable residents were at risk of being targeted by drug dealers.
Some residents were at risk of “cuckooing” by criminal groups from London who take over the home of a vulnerable person and use the property as a base for their operation in a process known as County Lines.
Officers’ work led to several arrests for multiple offences, and four people were given safeguarding support.
Three knives were seized along with £2,000 in cash and large amounts of class A drugs.
TO READ THE FULL STORY, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK OR GO TO OUR WEBSITE.
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/force-news/proactive-checks-on-vulnerable-residents-homes-leads-to-worthing-drugs-arrests/  

Man arrested after woman raped in Worthing
Police have arrested a man in connection with a rape in Worthing on Sunday (September 5).
A 19-year-old woman reported being raped at some point between midnight and 3am in the Guildbourne multi-storey car park in Chatsworth Road.

Following a public appeal, 24-year-old man from Worthing has been arrested on suspicion of rape and released on conditional bail while enquiries continue.
TO READ THE FULL STORY, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK OR GO TO OUR WEBSITE.
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/news/man-arrested-after-woman-raped-in-worthing/ 

Worthing vicar charged with possessing indecent images of children
A Sussex priest is being prosecuted over alleged offences relating to indecent images of children. 
David Renshaw, 61, a Church of England priest from Worthing, appeared at Worthing Magistrates Court on 7 September, to answer charges of possessing 22,500 indecent images of children.
TO READ THE FULL STORY, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK OR GO TO OUR WEBSITE.
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/news/worthing-vicar-charged-with-possessing-indecent-images-of-children/ 

 
Crime summary
Goring Road, Goring by Sea – between 1800hrs 8th September and 0820hrs 9th September, someone has entered a vehicle which was possibly left insecure, a search of the car was conducted, unknown if anything was taken. Cad 0421 09/09/21. 

Mill Road, West Worthing – between 1930hrs 8th September and 0815hrs 9th September, damage was caused to a passenger door and a bag was stolen. Cad 0451 09/09/21.

Goring Road, Goring – between 2300hrs 8th September and 0600hrs 9th September, cash and financial cards were stolen from a car which was possibly left insecure. Cad 0096 10/09/21.

Alverstone Road, East Worthing – between 2200hrs 12th September and 0830hrs 13th September, a vehicle believe to be left insecure was entered and a portable DVD player was taken. Cad 0758 13/09/21.

Ham Road, Shoreham – between 1230hrs and 1345hrs 12th September, a vehicle was stolen. Cad 0418 13/09/21.

The Causeway, Goring by Sea – at approximately 1930hrs 12th September, a vehicle was damaged whilst parked outside Durrington Railway Station. Possible CCTV, investigations continue. Cad 1298 12/09/21.

Rosslyn Avenue, Shoreham – at approximately 2145hrs 10th September, damage was caused to a vehicle. Cad 1173 11/09/21.

Penhill Road, Lancing – between 1515hrs and 1520hrs 6th September, a sign was stolen from a van. Cad 0527 11/09/21.

Southview Road, Southwick – overnight between 8th and 9th September a purse containing bank cards, driving licence and other items was stolen from the glovebox of a car which was believed to be left unlocked. Cad 0259 11/09/21.

September Fraud Newsletter
Please find attached the monthly fraud newsletter for September. In this issue we look at holiday fraud, pet fraud and text scams.
If you know anyone that’s vulnerable and could be a victim of fraud, please share.
https://www.sussex.police.uk/police-forces/sussex-police/areas/campaigns/campaigns/fraud/ 
 
 

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

 

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