Arun Police - Weekly Bulletin - 11th February to 17th February 2019

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Weekly Bulletin – Arun District
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11th February to 17th February 2019
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Numerous arrests were made over this week. Offences include Burglary of a Residential Dwelling, Shoplifting, Threats to Kill, Grievous Bodily Harm, Common Assault, Breach of Bail, Domestic Violence Assault, Taking a vehicle without Consent, Affray, Breach of the Peace, Prison Recall, Drug Driving, Breach of a Non Molestation Order, Harassment, Possession of Class A Drugs, Drunk and Disorderly, Stalking, Disqualified Driving, Actual Bodily Harm,
West Sussex Couple to pay back £1.3 million illicit steroid drug profits
A couple from Bognor Regis, already sentenced to prison for drugs and money laundering offences, have now been ordered by a Court to pay back more than £1 million of their illicit profits to legitimate society, in what is one of the biggest ever such orders following any Sussex Police Investigation.
Do you recognise these people connected to Bognor Tool Theft?
Between 8.55 pm and 9.05 pm on January 28, the people on the images below were caught on camera and are believed to be involved in the theft of some tools from a van parked in Acton Way, Bognor Regis
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Argyle Road, Bognor Regis – On Wednesday 13 February a vehicle was broken into and personal possessions stolen from the vehicle.  Serial 0202 13/2
Guernsey Farm Lane, Bognor Regis – On Thursday 14 February a vehicle had it’s number plates stolen.  Serial 0143 14/2
Sunningdale Gardens, Bognor Regis – On Friday 15 February a vehicle had it’s number plates stolen.  Serial 0257 15/2
Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround
Glenbarrie Way, Ferring – On Monday 11 February a property was entered following a break to the keysafe.  Items were stolen from the property which included some cash.  Serial 0171 11/2
Bayford Road, Littlehampton – On Monday 11 February we received a report of a vehicle being broken into.  A purse containing bank cards and cash was stolen from the vehicle.  Serial 0512 11/2
Nyton Road, Westergate – On Wednesday 13 February a shed was broken into and bike stolen.  Serial 0249 13/2
Mill Road, Arundel – On Thursday 14 February a business premises was broken into and money stolen from the premises.  Serial 0183 14/2
Quayside, Littlehampton – On Sunday 17 February a business container was broken into and a number of tools were stolen together some cash.  Serial 0512 17/2
Anti-Social Behaviour
Harbour Park, LittlehamptonWe have received reports that youths are breaking into this location and causing damage whilst the premises are closed.  Officers have been attended and youths have been returned to their parents.  Patrols of the area have been increased.  Please report any ongoing incidents.
Felpham Community Hall – we received a report of damage to bike shelter at location.  This is currently investigation. 0084 12/2
The Regis School, Westloats Lane – We were called to the Regis School on 18 February following an alarm activation.  Vehicles were damaged in the car park and 12/13 windows were smashed at the location.  Serial 0148 18/2
We believe that the vast majority of the public support us and our work, we thank those who have shown support to the officers who work incredibly hard every day to keep Arun as safe as we possibly can.
Insp Steve Turner CT651
Inspector - Arun Prevention Team

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