Weekley Bulletin - Arun District

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11-17 March 2019


News and appeals

Numerous arrests were made over this week.  Offences included: excess alcohol, going equipped, racially aggravated harassment, domestic assault, driving with no insurance, criminal damage, actual bodily harm, burglary other than dwelling, drunk and disorderly, assault police, shoplifting, obstruction, possession of Class A drug, possession of Class B drug, burglary dwelling and affray.
 
Distinctive Porsche involved in hit-and-run
Police are seeking to locate the driver, who fled the scene of the collision in Wick.
https://news.sussex.police.uk/news/distinctive-porsche-involved-in-hit-and-run-362640
 
Speak out about child sex abuse
https://news.sussex.police.uk/news/speak-out-about-child-sex-abuse-362335
 
Bognor Regis Neighbourhood Watch Community Facebook
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Crime summary

Shripney Road, Bersted – Between Monday 11 March and Saturday 16 March, a caravan was broken into and a Gucci Rucksack stolen.    Serial 0456 of 16/03.
 
High Street, Hotham – Overnight on Saturday 9 March a vehicle was entered and a radio stolen. Other items that did not belong to the victim and been left.  Officers are continuing with various lines of enquiries. Serial 0483 of 11/03.
 
Havelock Road, Orchard – Overnight on Sunday 10 March a vehicle was entered, untidy search but nothing reported stolen.  Serial 1429 of 11/03.

Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround

Millfield Close, Rustington – On Saturday 9 March a garage was broken into, nothing was reported stolen but damage was caused to the door.  Serial 0782 of 11/03.
 
Roundstone Lane, Angmering -  Between Saturday 9 and Monday 11 March a storage container was broken into and tools stolen.  Serial 0765 of 12/03.
 
Park Lane, Aldingbourne – Between Wednesday 6 March and Monday 11 March a barn was broken into and a generator together with a water pump and cabling was stolen. Serial 1159 of 12/03.
 
Yapton Road, Barnham – Overnight on Wednesday 13 March a yard was entered and a container and van broken into; a large quantity of tools were stolen.   Serial 0791 of 14/03.
 
Horsham Road, Littlehampton – Overnight on Sunday 10 March the tyres to a vehicle were slashed.  Serial 0520 of 11/03.
 
Arundel Road, Walberton – During the day on Wednesday 13 March,  front and rear number plates were stolen from a vehicle.  Serial 1216 of 13/03.
 
Barnham Road, Barnham – During the day on Tuesday 12 March, an insecure van was entered and a rucksack containing a wallet was stolen.  Serial 0800 of 14/03

Anti-Social Behaviour

Tamarisk Centre, Beach Road, Littlehampton – On Sunday 17 March during late afternoon, there was a report of three youths on the roof.   Officers attended but the youths had left.  Serial 0821 of 17/03.   
 
Brookfield Park, Worthing Road, Littlehampton – On Saturday 16 March, West Sussex Fire and Rescue responded to a report of youths trying to start a fire.    Serial 0905 of 16/03.

 
 

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