Chichester crime - Can you help police solve these recent cases?

Detectives are seeking help from the public in solving more than 20 crimes in and around Chichester.

Thursday, 9th January 2020, 3:11 pm
Updated Thursday, 9th January 2020, 3:17 pm
Police

In its weekly crime bulletin, Sussex Police said numerous arrests were made over the past week, for offences including; criminal damage; actual bodily harm; drink driving; no insurance; possession of a Class B drug; immigration; robbery; common assault; shoplifting; domestic assault; possession of a Class A drug; theft of a motor vehicle; drug driving; affray; possession of an offensive weapon; grievous bodily harm; assault on police and breach of bail.

However, police said arrests are yet to be made for a number of other incidents including:

- Halnaker, Chichester – On Monday, December 23, two vehicles were broken into. Various items were stolen including clothing and cash. Serial 0433 / 23.

- North Street, Chichester – Overnight on Thursday, December 26, a business premises was broken into. A safe containing over £2,000 was stolen. Serial 0239 of 27/12.

- Church Road, Singleton – Overnight on Thursday, December 26, a business premises was broken into and items of stock were stolen. Serial 0673 27/12.

- Avenue De Chartres, Chichester – On Friday, December 27, a vehicle was criminally damaged. Serial 0922 of 27/12.

- Halnaker, Chichester – Overnight on Friday, December 27, a business premises was broken into. Food and cash were stolen. Serial 0409 28/12.

- Main Road, Chidham – Overnight on Saturday, December 28, a vehicle was criminally damaged. Serial 0586 of 29/12.

- Old West Dean Road, Chilgrove – On Tuesday, December 31, a vehicle was broken into. A handbag, phone, glasses and keys were stolen. Serial 0759 of 31/12.

- Eartham, Chichester – Overnight on Tuesday, December 31, during the early hours of the morning, the alarm was activated to a business premises. Nothing was stolen but damage was caused to the premises. Serial 0617 of 31/12.

- Appledram Lane South, Chichester – Overnight on Thursday, January 2 a shed was broken into. A collection of tools were stolen. Serial 0429 of 05/01.

- Church Lane, Tangmere – Overnight on Thursday, January 2, a business premises was criminally damaged. Serial 1135 of 05/01.

- Salthill Road, Chichester – Overnight on Thursday, January 2, a vehicle was broken into and numerous personal possessions were stolen. Serial 1347 of 03/01.

- Lagness Road, Runcton – Overnight on Monday, December 23, a business premises was broken into. Cash was stolen and stock was tampered with. Serial 0208 of 24/12.

- Sussex Grove, Bracklesham Bay – Between Thursday, December 5 and Wednesday, December 25, a property and two vehicles were criminally damaged. Serial 0311 of 25/12.

- Mill Lane, Sidlesham – On Thursday, December 26, a residence was broken into. Alcohol, keys and cash was stolen. Serial 0513 of 26/12.

- Mill Lane, Runcton – Overnight on Saturday, December 28, a vehicle was broken into and cash was stolen. Serial 0395 of 29/12.

- Vinnetrow Road, Runcton – Overnight on Saturday, December 28, a residence was broken into. A boiler was stolen and further damage caused inside the property. Serial 0604 of 29/12.

- Harmony Drive, Bracklesham Bay – Overnight on Sunday, December 29, a vehicle was broken into and a wallet was stolen. Serial 0102 of 04/01.

- Runcton Lane, Runcton – Overnight on Sunday, December 29, two unlocked vehicles were entered. Binoculars, loose change, a mobile phone and a photo were stolen. Serial 0892 of 29/12.

- Street End Road, Sidlesham – On Tuesday, December 31, a residence was broken into. Jewellery was stolen. Serial 0045 of 01/01.

- Rectory Lane, Selsey – On Wednesday, January 1, a business premises had two window panels smashed. Serial 0247 of 02/01.

- Garden Avenue, Bracklesham Bay – Overnight on Wednesday, January 1, a residence was broken into and three mountain bikes were stolen. Serial 0173 of 02/01.

- Dell Quay Road, Chichester – Overnight on Friday, January 3, a residence was broken into and a push bike, tennis racquets and a set of golf clubs were stolen. Serial 0381 of 04/01.

If you saw or heard anything, or have any information about any incident, please contact police online, by email at [email protected] 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