Weekly Bulletin - Arun District

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25 February to 3 March 2019


News and appeals

Numerous arrests were made over this week.  Offences included: possession with intent to supply Class B drug, domestic assault, shoplifting, assault police, criminal damage, drunk and disorderly, breach of restraining order, shoplifting, actual bodily harm, affray, drug driving, burglary dwelling, threats to kill, wanted on warrant, racially aggravated public order and breach of the peace.
 
Family tribute to woman who died after going into the sea at Bognor
https://news.sussex.police.uk/news/family-tribute-to-woman-who-died-after-going-into-the-sea-at-bognor-360571
 
Police investigating fatal crash in Angmering keen to hear from witnesses
Two people who stopped at the scene could hold significant information about the collision.
https://news.sussex.police.uk/news/police-investigating-fatal-crash-in-angmering-keen-to-hear-from-witnesses-360324
 
Bognor Regis Neighbourhood Watch Community Facebook
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https://www.facebook.com/Bognor-Regis-Neighbourhood-Watch-108709752882796/
 
 
Crime summary

Bognor
 
Hillsboro Road, Orchard – Overnight on Thursday 21 February an insecure garage was entered and a bunch of keys stolen.  Serial 0382 of 25/02.
 
Scott Close, Marine – On Saturday 2 March between 5.00 am and 5.30 am a property was entered via an insecure side door and an iPhone 8 plus 64g stolen.  Serial 0853 of 02/03
 
Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround

Fitzalan Road, Arundel – Between the beginning of January and mid-February, a Carrera Zelos Men road bike was stolen from a shed.  Serial 0330 of 26/02.  

Lidsey Road, Woodgate – Between Wednesday 13 February and Friday 1 March a mobile home was broken into.  No further details are available at the time of writing this bulletin.  Serial 0581 of 27/02.
 
Oxfam, Broadmark Parade, Rustington – On 2 March during the early hours of the morning a window was smashed to the premises.  Serial 0074 of 02/03.
 
Jervis Avenue, Rustington – On Friday 1 March between 9.45 am and 7.00 pm a property was entered and a quantity of cash stolen. 0138 of 03/03.    
Tesco Express, Barnham - On Saturday 16 February between 10.30 pm and 10.40 pm a cycle was stolen from outside the shop.   The bike is a Carrera Crossfire 2 Mens Hybrid bike, colour –black.    Serial 1290 of 16/02.
 
Mill Road, Arundel - On Saturday 2 May a business premises was broken into.  CCTV showed two figures (believed male and female) entering the premises at 2130 hours.   At 2150 the suspects were seen to leave carrying a stolen safe which was empty.   Serial 0285 of 02/03.  

Anti-Social Behaviour
 
Wick Street, Littlehampton – On Friday 22 February there was a report of youths on a shop roof.  Officers attended but there were no signs of the youths.    Serial 0755 of 22/02.
 
Duke Street, Littlehampton – On Monday 25 February, there was a report during the evening of youths breaking into a building site.    Officers attended but all appeared in order and there were no signs of the youths.  Serial 1247 of 25/02.
 
 

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