CRIME FILE: Vandalism and theft in Worthing

VANDALS have damaged cars and homes in a spate of unlinked attacks across Worthing.

Park Crescent

A FORD Puma car was scratched on both the passenger and driver's side with a key and had a rear tyre slashed.

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The car was parked in Park Crescent, Worthing, when the vandals struck overnight on Monday, January 26.

Stone Lane

THE window of a Toyota Corola was smashed by vandals at the weekend.

The vehicle was parked in Stone Lane, Worthing, when the incident happened between 6pm on Saturday, January 24 and 9am on Sunday, January 25.

Brittany Road

THE rear windscreen of a Smart Roadster car was smashed overnight on Saturday, January 24.

It happened when the car was parked in Brittany Road, Worthing.

Meadow Road

POLICE believe a man who lives in Meadow Road ,Worthing, is being targeted by vandals.

The resident had his windows smashed on the evening of Tuesday, January 20, and then again at around 2pm the following day.

Rogate Road

VANDALS smashed the window of a property in Rogate Road, Durrington.

It happened overnight on January 15, at the flat in Vinery Court.

Handbag stolen

A WOMAN'S handbag was stolen while she was clubbing in Worthing.

The bag was taken from The Pier nightclub at 1am on Sunday, January 25.

Police have urged other clubbers to be vigilant and always keep their bags with them.

Sat nav snatch

A SAT nav was stolen from a Skoda parked in Windsor Road on Saturday, January 24.

It happened between 6pm and 9.45pm.

Van theft

THIEVES have stolen a white van which was parked in Sheridan Road, Worthing.

it happened between midnight and 8am on Tuesday, January 27.

The van is a Ford Escort brand with the registration number M589 YOR.

Appeal

Anyone who sees the van, or has information about any of these crimes, should contact police on 0845 6070 999.

If a crime is taking place, and/or lives are in danger, always call 999.

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