Weekly Bulletin - Arun District

Alert message sent 10/10/2019 14:48:00

Information sent on behalf of Sussex Police


30th September – 6th October 2019
 



News and appeals

A number of arrests were made during this week.  Offences include:  Domestic Violence Assault, Theft from Motor Vehicle, Possession of an Offensive Weapon, Harassment, Death by Dangerous Driving, Affray, Actual Bodily Harm, Criminal Damage, Grievous Bodily Harm, Threats to Kill, Dangerous Driving, Immigration, Cannabis Cultivation, Wanted on Warrant, Possession of Class B Drugs, Fraud, Theft, Shoplifting, Stalking, Excess Alcohol, Breach of Non Molestation Order, Possession of Class A Drugs, Burglary, Assaulting a Police Officer, Drunk and Disorderly and Arson.


Can you help?
We are looking to identify a woman who may be able to assist with our enquiries in relation to an incident that occurred yesterday afternoon (Tuesday 8 October) at the level crossing in Worthing Road, East Preston. A female was assaulted whilst stationary in her vehicle.

The suspect was believed to be driving a new white Peugeot with orange wing mirrors. She is described as being white, 5’4”, of slim build, early 40’s with short hair cut into a ‘bob’ style.

If you have any information or witnessed this incident, please call 101 and quote 0704 of 8/10. Thank you.
 
Named PCSO for every local community in Sussex

The way PCSOs will be deployed across Arun will start to change from Monday 4 November.

The new way of working will give every PCSO responsibility for a defined geographic area. PCSOs will be assigned a primary geographic area of responsibility, based on established Ward or Electoral Division boundaries.
 
Please click on links below. 

https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/force-news/named-pcso-for-every-local-community-in-sussex/
Information is also available on our website.
https://www.sussex.police.uk/police-forces/sussex-police/areas/campaigns/campaigns/the-pcso-model-is-changing/ 
 

Man imprisoned for attempted rape of woman in Bognor.
Sorin-Alexandru Mandache given 56-month sentence.
https://news.sussex.police.uk/news/man-imprisoned-for-attempted-rape-of-woman-in-bognor-383735

 
Sussex Police support for UN International Day of Older Persons

Force takes action on criminal behaviour which victimises older members of our communities.
https://news.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex-police-support-for-un-international-day-of-older-persons-383299

 
Bognor Regis Neighbourhood Watch Community Facebook

Please click on link below for latest Neighbourhood Watch information
https://www.facebook.com/Bognor-Regis-Neighbourhood-Watch-108709752882796/



 
Crime summary

Bognor
 
Heghbrok Way, Aldwick – Overnight on Sunday 29 September a property was entered; a purse and wallet were stolen.  Serial 0177 of 30/09.  
 
Murina Avenue, Orchard – Between Sunday 22 September and Tuesday 1 October a garage was entered and two cycles and tools were stolen.   Description – 1 x White Carrera Crossfire female mountain bike, yellow mountain bike with 21 gears (make and model unknown).  Serial 0383 of 02/10.
 
London Road, Marine – Overnight on Wednesday 2 October a shop’s office was broken into and cash stolen from the safe.  Serial 0299 of 03/10.
 
Regents way, Aldwick – Overnight on Wednesday 2 October a shed was broken into and  a cycle stolen.  Serial 0118 of 04/10.   
 
Old Rectory Gardens, Felpham – On Friday 4 October there was a report of a shed having been broken into over a two day period.  Tools and washing equipment was stolen.  Serial 0373 of 04/10.  

 
Pinewood Gardens, Bognor – Overnight on Thursday 3 October a garage was broken into and a cycle stolen.  Description:- Voodoo Aizan in grey with green writing.    Serial 0444 of 04/10.    
 
Elmer Road, Middleton – Overnight on Friday 5 October a take-away was broken into and cash stolen.  Serial 0380 of 05/10.
 
Henfield Way, Felpham – Overnight on Wednesday 2 October a vehicle was entered and cash stolen.  Serial 0794 of 04/10.
 
Winston Crescent, Bersted – Overnight on Saturday 5 October a vehicle was broken into and a Huawei phone and bank cards were stolen.  Serial 0427 of 06/10.  
 
 
Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround

 
Crookthorn Lane, Climping – On Tuesday 1 October, during the day, cash was stolen from a shop’s till.  Serial 0786 of 01/10.
 
Minster Court, Wick – Overnight on Saturday 5 October a business unit was broken into and four vans stolen.    Serial 0592 of 06/10.
 
Bayford Road, Littlehampton – On Monday 30 September during the early hours of the morning a vehicle was entered and two pairs of sunglasses stolen.  Serial 1544 of 30/09.   

 
Shellbridge Road, Slindon Common – Overnight on Tuesday 1 October a vehicle was broken into and a purse was stolen.  Serial 1231 of 02/10.
 
Hardwood Road, Unit, Littlehampton – Overnight on Wednesday 2 October a van was broken into a sat nav stolen.   Serial 0077 of 04/10.

 
Mill Road, Arundel – Overnight on Thursday 3 October the tyres to a vehicle were slashed.  Serial 0583 of 04/10.
 
Windmill Road, River – On Wednesday 2 October there was a deliberate ignition to a bench to the rear of Windmill Theatre.    WSF&R attended.   Serial 1041 of 02/10.

 
Anti-Social Behaviour
 
Rosemead Play Area, Littlehampton – On Monday 30 September there was a report of two mopeds being driven anti-socially.   Serial 0808 of 30/09.   

 
 

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 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101, quoting the reference number provided.

Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org

 

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Hazel Fraser (Police, Prevention Support & Engagement Officer, Sussex)

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