Weekly Bulletin - Chichester

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Monday 8-14 April

News and appeals

Numerous arrests were made over this week.  Offences included driving whilst disqualified, drink driving, driving without insurance, common assault, actual bodily harm, vehicle interference, actual bodily harm, breach of restraining order, possession of class B, breach of criminal behaviour order, burglary dwelling, assault police, affray, wanted on warrant and obstruction.       
Number of Christmas drink and drug-driving convictions nears 100
Other motorists arrested during the campaign are yet to face magistrates.
Witnesses sought to Chichester menswear burglary
Five men entered a store in North Street on Wednesday evening (April 10)
Three car crash on A27 Chichester by-pass prompts call for witnesses
At 3.13 pm on Wednesday (10 April) police received reports of a three-car collision on the westbound A27 Chichester by-pass.
Campaign to help prevent moped and motorbike thefts
Owners are being advised how to protect their vehicles from being stolen.    
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Crime summary

Neighbourhood Crime Summary (Burglary, Vehicle Crime, Criminal Damage)

Chichester (WC1)

Hunters Race, West Lavant – On Tuesday 11 April a yard was entered and two containers broken into.  A set of ladders plus other items were reported stolen.  Serial 1086 of 11/04.
Tangmere Road, Chichester – Overnight on Wednesday 10 April a container was broken into; nothing reported stolen.  Serial 1403 of 11/04.
Broyle Road, Chichester – On Friday 12 April between 12:15 pm and 3.00 pm a property was broken into and a small quantity of jewellery stolen.    Serial 0702 of 12/04.
Easthampnett Lane, Chichester – Overnight on Tuesday 9 April a pick-up truck was entered and a jet washer stolen.  Serial 0767 of 10/04.
Conduit Mead, Chichester – Overnight on Friday 12 April a vehicle was entered and a workbag containing books and an iPad was stolen.  Serial 0597 of 13/04.
Sheepwash Lane, East Lavant – On Thursday 15 April there was a report of two youths throwing bricks at a lorry.  The youths made off running east down Sheepwash Lane.   Serial 0787 of 11/04.    
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)

Ellanore Lane, West Wittering – Overnight on Sunday 7 April there was a break to a building site and tools stolen.   Serial 0224 of 08/4
Stubcroft Lane, East Wittering – Between Friday 29 March and Thursday 4 April there was an unsuccessful attempt break to a garage and workshop; access was gained to an out-house and a quantity of tools were stolen.  Serial 0494 of 09/04.   
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)

Sturt Avenue, Haslemere - Overnight on Monday 8 April a shed was entered and a cycle stolen.  Description: 2012 Orange Five, metallic grey.  Serial 0376 of 11/04.
School Road, Haslemere – Overnight on Wednesday 10 April a shed was entered and an orange Whyte T130 man’s mountain bike was stolen.  Serial 0427 of 13/04.
The Street, Stedham – Overnight on Wednesday 3 April a wallet was stolen from an insecure vehicle.   Serial 0367 of 08/04.
Heathfield Green, Midhurst – Overnight on Tuesday 9 April there was a report of a number of garages having been damaged where their locks have been tampered with.  Serial 0473 of 10/04.

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