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Chichester Weekly Bulletin

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Monday 22 to Sunday 28 June 2020

News and appeals

78 arrests were made during the week.  Offences include:  Obstructing Police, grievous bodily harm, harassment, possession of an offensive weapon, supply of Class A drugs, domestic assault, affray, wanted on warrant, robbery, burglary, criminal damage and assault on Police.
Jo Shiner announced as Chief Constable:
Police set to crackdown on drink and drug drivers:
Sussex Police Tactical Enforcement Units continue to disrupt, enforce and protect:
Woman assaulted on beach at West Wittering:

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Crime summary

Chichester (WC1)
St Martins Street, Chichester – On the evening of Monday 22 June a mobile phone was stolen from an unlocked vehicle. Serial 1092 22/06.
Marsh Lane, Easthampnett – Overnight between Tuesday 23 and Wednesday 24 June a business premises was burgled. A large amount of stock was stolen. Serial 0378 24/06.
Leather Bottle Lane, Chichester – On Wednesday 24 June a number plate was stolen from a white Toyota Auris. Serial 1662 24/06.
Mosse Gardens, Chichester – Overnight between Friday 26 and Saturday 27 June an unlocked vehicle was entered and searched through. Cash was stolen. Serial 0480 27/06.
Senator Gardens, Chichester – Overnight between Friday 26 and Saturday 27 June an unlocked vehicle was entered and a purse was stolen. Serial 1444 27/06.
Palmers Field Avenue, Chichester – In the early hours of Sunday 28 June an unlocked vehicle was entered and cash was stolen. Serial 0476 28/06.
Barnfield Drive, Chichester – On the evening of Sunday 28 June a business premises was burgled and two people were arrested. Serial 1400 28/06.
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)
Highleigh Road, Highleigh – On the morning of Tuesday 23 June a residential property was burgled. A purse and numerous items of mail were stolen. Serial 0833 23/06.
Main Road, Birdham – Overnight between Wednesday 23 and Thursday 24 June an industrial site was burgled and security lighting was damaged. Serial 1813 25/06.
Chichester Marina – On Thursday 25 June both number plates were stolen from a black Ford Transit. Serial 1216 25/06.
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)
Littlecote, Petworth – On the evening of Tuesday 23 June a residential property was burgled and a money box was stolen. Serial 1531 23/06.
Vann Common, Fernhurst – Overnight between Tuesday 23 and Wednesday 24 June a shed was burgled and two lawnmowers were stolen. Serial 0994 24/06.


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