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Christmas time can be a very busy time for burglars with lots of expensive Christmas presents left under the tree, people visiting family and friends or going on holiday.
The nights are longer at this time of year, and shorter days mean that there are more opportunities for burglaries to take place.
The change would bring Eastbourne in line with other councils in East Sussex.
Reference: 0147 16/12 Location: The Kings Arms, Eastbourne Date and time: 16 December Details: Victim had their wallet stolen whilst at the pub. Reference: 0512 18/12 Location: C&H Fabrics, Eastbourne Date and time: 18 December, around 12pm Details: An elderly ladies purse was stolen from their handbag.
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Crime summary On 9 December an attempted burglary occurred overnight on Branston Road (Ref: 0045 09/12) On 10 December a high value burglary occurred overnight on Arlington Road where expensive jewellery and electronics were stolen (Ref: 0045 10/12) On 12 December a burglary occurred overnight on Elsted Close in which a wallet with credit cards and a mobile phone was stolen (Ref: 140 12/12) On 12 December a garage was broken into between 10pm and 6.30am on Bridgemere Road in which a set of golf clubs and a drill was stolen (Ref: 195 12/12) Eastbourne Borough Council has taken action to tackle the problems with the street drinkers who gather at the advertising hoarding in Terminus Road.
The hoarding, which has a concrete seat running around the bottom of it, was put in place many years ago.
The description included: White male, late 20's, 5ft 6, large build, wearing a beany hat, jeans, a black or blue zip up jacket and white plimsolls.