Chichester District Weekly Bulletin

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Monday 30 March – Sunday 12 April 2020

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Our officers have made a total of 98 arrests across Chichester and Arun over the past two weeks.
Offences include: grievous bodily harm, theft of a motor vehicle, actual bodily harm, possession of an offensive weapon, domestic assault, wanted on warrant, stalking, arson, driving under the influence of drugs, harassment, possession of class A drug, robbery, possession of a knife, affray, driving whilst disqualified, criminal damage, theft, breach of the peace, public order, breach of a civil injunction, vehicle interference, fraud, shoplifting, threats to kill, breach of bail and assault on Police.
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Crime summaryNeighbourhood Crime Summary (Burglary, Vehicle Crime, Criminal Damage

Chichester (WC1)

Heron Close, Chichester – On Wednesday 1 April Sussex Police were alerted to a male breaking into a garage. Officers attended and a male was arrested on suspicion of burglary and theft. Serial 0484 01/04.
Halnaker, Chichester – In the early hours of Friday 3 April Sussex Police received a report of a male breaking into vehicles. Officers attended and a male was arrested. Serial 0055 03/04.
Charlton, Chichester – Overnight between Friday 3 and Saturday 4 April a garage was burgled and six bottles of champagne were stolen. Serial 0858 04/04.
Hambrook, Chichester – Overnight between Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 April five separate vehicles in the area were broken into. Coins, bank cards, headphones and a purse were stolen.
Lavant, Chichester – Overnight between Monday 6 and Tuesday 7 April four separate vehicles in the area were broken into. Loose change was stolen from one vehicle.
Terminus Road, Chichester – Between Thursday 26 March and Tuesday 7 April a Nissan Micra was stolen. Serial 0245 08/04.
Priory Road, Chichester – Overnight between Wednesday 8 and Thursday 9 April a car windscreen was criminally damaged. Serial 1371 09/04.
Croft Mead, Chichester – Overnight between Friday 10 and Saturday 11 April a shed was burgled and a grey mountain bike was stolen. Serial 0165 11/04.
Bywater Way, Chichester – On Sunday 12 April an unlocked vehicle was entered and change stolen Serial 0962 12/04.
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)

Dell Quay Road, Chichester – During the evening of Wednesday 8 April a dozen moored boats were broken into. Serial 1119 09/04.
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)

Cowdray Park, Midhurst – Between Thursday 2 and Sunday 5 April a bike was stolen from an outbuilding. Serial 0544 05/04.
High Street, Loxwood – Between Friday 3 and Monday 6 April a 25m electrical conduit was stolen. Serial 777 08/04.
Common View, Stedham – Overnight between Wednesday 8 and Thursday 9 April a blue Ford Mondeo was stolen. Serial 1572 09/04.


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