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Horsham Weekly Bulletin

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29th September 2017


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Police launch operation to combat car contents thefts in Horsham

Police in Horsham have launched Operation Blackout as they tackle a spate of thefts from parked vehicles over recent weeks.

Incidents have been reported on several residential roads around the town, with thieves stealing whatever property comes to hand.

Sergeant Adam Ferries, of the Horsham neighbourhood policing team, said: "We have had some success with our investigations, but we would still ask motorists to reduce the risk of becoming victims by removing, or at least concealing, any valuables; ensuring doors and windows are secure, and parking in brightly-lit areas."

He added: "We're also encouraging anyone who sees or hears anything suspicious, or who is unfortunate enough to become a victim of theft themselves, to report it to police immediately using 999. Other information that may be of help can be sent online or by phoning 101."

A 50-year-old local man has been arrested on suspicion of vehicle interference in Rusper Road, Horsham, and reported for summons.

https://sussex.police.uk/news/police-launch-operation-to-combat-car-contents-thefts-in-horsham/

Two men charged in connection with Horsham murder

Two men have been charged with the murder of Anthony Williams on Tuesday, September 19 in Park Way, Horsham.

 

Nicholas Bridge, 18 from Loughborough Park, Brixton, London and Daniel Omofeghare, 20, of no fixed abode, have both been charged with murder. They will be appear at Brighton Magistrates Court on Saturday (September 23).

 

A 22-year-old woman of no fixed address, arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender, have been released on bail until 17 October pending further enquiries. A 30-year-old man from Broadbridge Heath, arrested on suspicion of murder, has been released with no further action.

 

Two other men, both from Horsham, aged 50 and 36, have been arrested on Friday September 22 on suspicion of aiding, abetting or assisting the offence. They have both been released under investigation.

 

Detective Chief Inspector Emma Heater said: "We are continuing to appeal to anyone with information to please come forward."

 

Contact police online or by phoning 101 quoting Operation Edgewood. Alternatively visit Crimestoppers or speak to them anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

https://sussex.police.uk/news/two-men-charged-in-connection-with-horsham-murder/



Crime summary
Burglary

 Reference: 0873 22nd September

Location: Bell Road, Horsham

Date and time: Between 1030hrs 21st September and 1530hrs 22nd September

Details: Broke glass in rear door, entered and stole a small amount of cash.

Reference: 0333 27th September

Location: Ropeland Way, Horsham

Date and time: Overnight between 23rd and 24th September

Details: Trainer type shoes stolen from an insecure porch

Reference:  0876 28th September

Location: Emms Lane, Brooks Green

Date and time: Between 1300hrs – 1500hrs 28th September

Details: Rear door of dwelling house forced open and jewellery stolen.

Reference:  0659 27th September

Location:  Kestral Close, Horsham

Date and time: Between 26th & 27th September

Details: Conservatory window broken, property entered and jewellery stolen.

 

Other than Dwelling

 

Reference: 1183 25th September

Location: Storrington Road, Thakeham

Date and time: Between 23rd and 24th September

Details: Shed broken into by breaking the lock, garden tools stolen.

Reference: 1299 25th September

Location: Corsletts Avenue, Broadbridge Heath

Date and time: Between 24th and 25th September

Details: Door on garage forced and bicycle stolen.

Reference: 1023 26th September

Location: Hills Place, Horsham

Date and time: On the 26th September

Details: Five garages broken into by forcing locks one garage had a bicycle stolen.

Reference: 1221 27th September

Location: River Mead, Horsham

Date and time: Between 25th and 27th September

Details: Several garages have had locks broken no reports of anything stolen.

Reference: 1321 27th September

Location: Tanbridge Place, Horsham

Date and time: Sometime over the last ten days

Details:  Bent the lock on garage door to gain access then stole off road bike.

Reference: 0292 28th September

Location: Ash Road, Southwater

Date and time: Between 1300hrs 24th September and 0820hrs 28th September

Details: 2 garages were broken into, nothing stolen

Reference: 0474 28th September

Location: Coolham Road, Brooks Green

Date and time: Between midnight 27th September and 0400hrs 28th September

Details: Someone broke into container and stole power tools.

 


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