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Wednesday 18th August 2021


News and appeals

Witness appeal after cyclist injured in collision on the A27 near Chichester
Police are appealing for witnesses after a cyclist was hurt in a collision with a car while riding on the A27 near Chichester.
Two cyclists were travelling on the eastbound carriageway at Hambrook at around 6pm on Thursday (August 12) when one of them was involved in a collision with a blue SsangYong car.
The injured cyclist, a 22-year-old man, suffered a suspected fracture and was treated at St Richard's Hospital, Chichester. The driver of the Ssangyong was not injured.
Police are keen to speak to anyone that may have witnessed the incident or have dash cam footage from the area at the time.
Anyone with information is asked to report it online or call 101 quoting serial 657 of 18/07.



Man declared “it’s Ricky time” before violent attack
A prolific offender who declared “it’s Ricky time”, before violently attacking a man at a park has been jailed for nine years.
Ricky Jeans, 37, unemployed, of Westgate, Chichester, has been convicted of two crimes he committed within five days of each other.
Around 6.35pm on 19 September 2020, a man and a woman were chatting on a bench in Hotham Park, Bognor Regis, when they were approached by Jeans, who stated he was in the area to purchase drugs.
Following a brief conversation, the defendant became aggressive and the two friends attempted to leave. At this point, Jeans pushed the man back onto the bench.
The man, aged 22, got up again and tried to fend off Jeans, who then looked at his watch and declared “it’s Ricky time”.
He then tripped the man to the ground and carried out a sustained attack, causing him head and facial injuries which required hospital treatment.
Jeans demanded the friends’ personal belongings, but they were able to get away and call police.
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Police dog helps secure vital evidence leading to suspect's arrest
A suspect was arrested thanks to the work of a trusty police dog in Southwater near Horsham.
Police were alerted by a resident after a security light was set off on his driveway in Worthing Road at 2.30am on August 10.
The suspect reportedly wore a balaclava and fled the area after he was confronted.
PC Jamie Jackson from Surrey and Sussex Police’s Dog Unit attended and stopped the man nearby.
The officer saw the suspect discard items in a bush, but thanks to the help of PD Phantom he was able to recover the stolen items.
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Crime summary
Chichester -  
Westgate, Chichester – Between 10th August and 11th August, the front window to a vehicle has been smashed and a bag stolen from within. Serial 0253 - 11/08/21.
Lyndhurst Road, Chichester – Overnight between 11th August and 12th August, an unlocked vehicle was entered and several items were stolen from inside the vehicle including a laptop and loose change. Serial 0535 – 12/08/21.
Charlton Road, Singleton – Overnight between 13th August and 14th August, an unlocked vehicle was entered and a car winch was stolen from the front of the vehicle. Serial 0392 – 14/08/21.
Droke Lane, East Dean – On the morning of 14th August, a parked vehicle rear window was smashed, an untidy search of the vehicle but nothing taken. Serial 0418 – 14/08/21.
Broad Walk, Westbourne – In the early evening of 14th August, a vehicle had its front and rear number plates removed FN62 PYL. Serial 0620 – 15/08/21.
Gilbert Road, Chichester – between 11:00 – 20:00 on 14th August, a window was smashed on a residential property. Serial 0649 – 15/08/21.

Selsey, The Wittering’s and surrounding area -
Elm Grove, Runcton – Overnight between 10th August and 11th August, a yellow Suzuke DRZ 400 motorcycle YD11VCV was stolen from a garden to the rear of a property. Serial 0255 – 11/08/21.
Pagham Nature Reserve – On 10th August, damage was caused to an information board by having an anti-vaccination message sprayed onto it. Serial 0035 – 12/08/21.
West Street, Selsey – On 13th August, two youths were seen running past a residential property and causing damage by throwing stones at a window which caused the glass to smash. Serial 0647 – 14/08/21.

Midhurst and surrounding area -
Hammer Lane, Haslemere - On the afternoon of 12th of August, an unlocked residential outbuilding was entered by unknown person(s), nothing reported stolen. Serial 0584 – 13/08/21.
Burton Park Road, Petworth - On the afternoon of 9th August, the owner of a parked up vehicle returned to the vehicle to find tool marks by the lock on the vehicle. Serial 0683 – 10/08/21.
Common Way, Stedham - Overnight between 5th August and 6th August, there was an attempt to break into the rear of a van, damage caused to the locks but entry was not gained. Serial 1400 – 12/08/21.
South Harting - Overnight between 9th August and 10th August, number plates were stolen from a vehicle in a car park AD56XAT. Serial 0165 – 13/08/21.

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