Adur and Worthing Weekly Bulletin

Alert message sent 28/11/2018 06:42:00

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Wednesday 28th Novermber 2018

News and appeals

Have you seen West Sussex teenagers Paige and Keyona?

Sussex Police are concerned for the welfare of missing West Sussex teenagers Paige Feltham and Keyona Fraser.

The teenage girls are believed to have travelled together by train to London.

Paige, 13, went missing from her Worthing home on Wednesday afternoon (21 November). She is white, 5’ 4”, of slim build and with long straight brown hair. She was last seen wearing a green parka jacket with a fur trimmed hood, black leggings and black trainers.

Keyona, 15, was last seen at her Pulborough home at 5.30pm on Tuesday (20 November).

She is black, 5’ 6” and with braided hair. She was last seen wearing pvc puffa-style jacket with a fur hood, black leggings with white panels down the sides and dark coloured trainers.

The teenagers could still be in the London area or could have travelled back to

If you see either Paige or Keyona please report online or call 101 quoting 899 of 21/11. In an emergency or if the person is in danger call 999.

 Alerts/Press Releases sent out this week click the link to see full details.

Crime summary

Reference: 0186 20/11/2018 

Location: Crabtree Lane, Lancing

Date and time: Between 19th and 20th November

Details: Power tools were stolen from a property.

Reference: 0309 20/11/2018

Location:  Seaview Road Worthing

Date and time:  Between 1st November and 20th November

Details: An attempt was made to force a lock on a property. No access was gained.

Reference: 1077 21/11/2018 

Location: Bellview Road Worthing

Date and time:  Between 10:30am and 5:45 pm on the 21st November

Details: Access was gained to a property by breaking a window. Unknown what has been stolen.  

Reference: 1106 21/11/2018 

Location: Melrose Avenue Worthing

Date and time:  Between 09:30 am and 5:30pm on the 21st November

Details:  A patio door was broken in order to gain entry. Jewellery and cash were stolen.

Reference: 1138 21/11/2018

Location: Harrison Road Worthing

Date and time: On 21st November

Details:  An attempt was made to break into a property. No access was gained  

Reference: 1418 21/11/2018  

Location: Orchard Avenue Lancing

Date and time:  Between 5pm and 11pm on the 21st November

Details: A door was forced to gain entry to a property. Bottles of alcohol were stolen


Other than Dwelling


Reference: 0211 20/11/2018

Location:  Hayling Rise, Worthing

Date and time: Between 19th and 20th November

Details: A lock was broken to gain access to a shed. Nothing was stolen.  

Reference: 0448 22/11/2018

Location: Trent Road Worthing

Date and time:  Between 21st and 22nd November

Details:  A garage was broken into by forcing a lock. Two bicycles were stolen.

Reference: 0931 22/11/2018

Location: Trent Road Worthing

Date and time:  On the 22nd November

Details:  Entry was gained to a garage and property through an insecure door. A mountain bike and mobile phone were stolen.  


We have seen an increase in burglaries in the last week. 

Can we please ask if you see someone acting suspiciously around properties dial 999.

Stay secure, follow our crime prevention tips

Advice includes

Keep valuables out of sight and out of reach.

Make sure your windows and doors are locked and secure, including gates.

Keep a light on when you are leaving or returning to your home after dark.


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 or call 101, quoting the reference number provided.

Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at

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