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Monday 2 December - Sunday 8 December

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Monday 2 December – Sunday 8 December

News and appeals

A number of arrests were made during this week. Offences include:- domestic assault, criminal damage, breach of the peace, shoplifting, wanted on warrant, shoplifting, common assault, breach of non-molestation order, assault police, affray, drink driving, burglary other than dwelling, attempted burglary dwelling, theft from a motor vehicle, actual bodily harm, driving with no insurance or MOT and drug driving.  
Police searching for missing teenager Eriglen Morina

Police are searching for tenager Eriglen Morina, who is missing from Bognor Regis. The 16-year-old was last seen in the town around 2:40pm on Wednesday 27 November, when he absconded from his place of residence.
Anyone who sees him or has information about his whereabouts, is asked to report it online or call 101 quoting serial 1039 of 27/11.
Volunteers join Sussex Police to support victims of fraud

A Sussex Police scheme that will see volunteers help support fraud victims across the county was launched on Friday (December 6) by Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne.
Now some 23 volunteers will be officially joining Sussex Police and they’ll work with officers to contact local individuals and businesses who have recently reported scams to Action Fraud….. to read the full article please visit Sussex Police website
Police urge continued vigilance over Christmas period

Help us keep everyone safe this festive season.
Counter Terrorism Policing has launched a campaign to help keep crowded places secure over the festive period.
Officers are calling on the public and those who work in our busy towns and cities to remain vigilant and report any concerns to staff, security or- in confidence- to the police and gov.uk/ACT
This annual campaign asks everyone to be the extra eyes and ears of the police, so we can work together to tackle terrorism…. To read the full article please visit Sussex Police website

APPEAL- Man found with head injuries in Bognor Regis street
A man who was found with serious head injuries in a Bognor Regis street may have been the victim of an assault.

Paramedics alerted police at 7:15am on Wednesday 4 December after they were called to an unconscious man lying in Greenwood Avenue. He was taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton where he was treated for head injuries.
Anyone with information or anyone who was in the area in the time leading up to his discovery is asked to report online or via 101 quoting serial 182 04/12.
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Crime summary

Glenwood Avenue, Hotham- on Monday 2 December at around 04:00pm a stereo in a wheelie bag has been taken from a porch.   Serial 0670 03/12
Victoria Road South, Marine- between Saturday 16 November and Wednesday 4 December a property has been entered by smashing a window. Property has been searched but nothing taken.   Serial 0625 04/12
Marylands Crescent, Hotham- between 10:30pm on Wednesday 4 December and 05:30am on Thursday 5 December a secure garden has been entered and tools taken from a greenhouse.   Serial 1097 06/12
Southdown Court, Hotham- at around 07:50pm on Monday 2 December two males have attempted to enter a vehicle.   Serial 0259 03/12
Selsey Avenue, Aldwick- overnight into the morning of Thursday 5 December an insecure vehicle has been entered, nothing taken.   Serial 0149 05/12
Rosegreen Road, Pagham- at 07:20am on Thursday 5 December a vehicle has been entered and Christmas cards, invoices and a key to another vehicle have been taken.   Serial 0171 05/12
Durban Road, Orchard- on Monday 2 December a vehicle has been stolen by being loaded onto the back of a towing truck.   Serial 0331 05/12
Oldlands Way, Bersted- Between 06:15pm on Thursday 5 December and 08:30am on Thursday 6 December a vehicle has been stolen.   Serial 0316 06/12
Andrew Avenue, Felpham- between 03:00pm on Wednesday 4 December and 11:00am on Friday 6 December a campervan has been spray painted with the word ‘Racist’.   Serial 0830 06/12
Stanmore Gardens, Aldwick- between Tuesday 3 December and Friday 6 December a vehicle has been entered and a mobile phone, £10, torch and compass has been taken.   Serial 0941 06/12
Maple Gardens, Bersted- at around 04:10am on Saturday 7 December the rear windscreen to a vehicle has been smashed, nothing taken.   Serial 0234 07/12
York Road, Marine- between 01:00pm on Friday 6 December and 08:00am on Saturday 7 December a vehicle has been stolen.   Serial 0332 07/12
Fir Tree Way, Bersted- between midnight and 10:30am on Saturday 7 December an insecure vehicle has been entered and £15 cash and a pouch of tobacco has been taken.   Serial 0534 07/12
Mulberry Court, Pagham- between 05:45pm on Sunday 1 December and 07:30am on Monday 2 December a car has been spray painted on the bonnet.   Serial 0785 02/12
Havelock Road, Orchard- between 07:00pm on Friday 6 December and 07:00am on Saturday 7 December a car wing mirror has been smashed.   Serial 0462 07/12
West Street, Marine- at 10:20pm on Saturday 7 December a female and two males have been seen to pull the windscreen wiper off a car and the side mirror.   Serial 1470 07/12

 Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround
Pigeonhouse Lane, Rustington- at around 03:15pm on Sunday 8 December a property has been entered. Nothing taken.   Serial 0801 08/12
Stanhope Road, River- between midnight and 08:00am on Sunday 8 December a vehicle has been entered and a camera and tobacco has been taken.   Serial 0466 08/12
Townsend Crescent, Brookfield- between 04:50pm on Friday 6 December and 01:00pm on Sunday 8 December a van has been stolen.   Serial 0622 08/12
Terminus Road, River- between midnight and 01:00am on Monday 2 December someone has ripped a rear fence panel from a garden in order to gain entry to the garden and accessed the shed. Nothing has been taken.   Serial 0110 03/12
North Court Close, Rustington- between 12:30am on Sunday 1 December and 05:00pm on Monday 2 December all four tyres of a vehicle have been slashed.   Serial 0847 03/12
Church Street, River- between 09:00pm on Thursday 5 December and 07:45am on Friday 6 December all offside tyres of two vehicles have been slashed.   Serial 0263 06/12
Hampton Place, Ham- on Sunday 8 December it was reported that a car windscreen has been damaged and has two holes in it.   Serial 0996 08/12
Downview Way, Yapton- between 09:00pm and 10:15pm on Saturday 7 December the windscreen to a vehicle has been smashed.   Serial 1457 07/12
The Street, Clapham- between 05:00pm and 10:00pm on Saturday 7 December a car has been keyed down the full length of one side.   Serial 0661 08/12
Anti-Social Behaviour
Nyetimber Lane, Pagham- at 09:45am on Friday 6 December it has been reported that a male has been begging outside Co-op.   Serial 0395 06/12
Meaden Way, Felpham- at 01:30pm on Saturday 7 December mini scooters have been seen “tearing around” the area by children aged 12-14.   Serial 0721 07/12
High Street, River- at around 07:00pm on Sunday 8 December a group of youths have been seen kicking a ball against shop windows and kicking the shutters to the travel agents.   Serial 1079 08/12

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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