Friday 17th November 2017
News and appeals
Appeal for witnesses to burglary in Hythe Road, Worthing
Police are appealing for witnesses to a burglary which occurred at a house in Hythe Road, Worthing, between 5.20pm and 9pm on Monday (13 November).
Items including two laptops, cash, bank cards and a diabetic blood testing kit were stolen.
PC David Slade said: “Some force must have been used in order to gain entry to the property, and there would have been some loud noises including the breaking of glass.
“We’d like to hear from anyone who heard or saw anything suspicious in the area around the time.”
Anyone with any information is asked to report it online or call 101 quoting serial 1469 of 13/11.
Alternatively, you can visit the Crimestoppers website or contact the independent charity anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Man attacked and cash stolen from home in Worthing
A man was attacked in his home in Worthing by three masked people who stole a quantity of cash.
The house in Old Worthing Road, East Preston, was broken into around 7.45pm on Tuesday (November 14), disturbing the victim who challenged the men in the kitchen of the property.
He was pushed back into his living room on to a sofa and assaulted a number of times by a man who demanded money.
The trio were all dressed in black and wearing balaclavas that showed only their eyes. They were all around 6' and of medium build. The man who assaulted the victim was wearing black Adidas-branded tracksuit bottoms.
They made their escape running east along Old Worthing Road, turning left into Arlington Crescent. About half-a-minute later, a silver Mercedes C Class without lights on drove out of the crescent and turned east.
Anyone who witnessed any aspect of the incident or has any information is asked to report online or call 101 quoting serial 1310 of 14/11.
Teenager arrested for drug offences in Worthing
A 16-year-old has been arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply class A drugs after a search in Worthing.
The teenager from Waltham Forest, London, was stop searched in Queen’s Road on Sunday (November 12) after he was spotted leaving a property believed to be involved with drug offences.
During the search officers discovered over 100 wraps of believed to be crack cocaine and heroin, a small bag of cannabis and cash.
He was arrested and released under investigation on suspicion of possession with intent to supply class A drugs, acquire, use or possession of a criminal property and possession of a controlled class B drug (cannabis).
Alerts/Press Releases sent out this week click the link to see full details.
Reference: 1205 10th November
Location: Brighton Road, Lancing
Date and time: Between 8th and 10th November
Details: A door was forced to gain entry to a property. Blue tooth speakers and cash stolen.
Reference: 1302 10th November
Location: Victoria Road, Shoreham
Date and time: Between 3rd and 10th November
Details: Entry was gained to a property by forcing a window. Jewellery and cash stolen.
Reference: 1172 12th November
Location: Park Road, Worthing
Date and time: Between 9th and 12th November
Details: It is unknown how entry was gained to a property. Jewellery, cash and a games console were stolen.
Reference: 1469 13th November
Location: Hythe Road, Worthing
Date and time: Between 1720 – 2100hrs on the 13th November
Details: A rear door was forced and entry gained to a property, Laptops and wallet stolen.
Reference: 1069 16TH November
Location: Benedict Drive, Worthing
Date and time: Between 2015hrs 15th November and 1515hrs 16th November
Details: Someone entered an insecure house and stole jewellery.
Other than dwelling
Reference: 1229 12th November
Location: Britannia Avenue, Shoreham by sea
Date and time: Between 0630-2100hrs on the 13th November
Details: A door was forced on a shed and two bikes were stolen
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