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10 April 2018


News and appeals

 

Wanted Crawley man arrested

Wanted man Thomas Doherty was arrested by police in Brighton on Saturday (7 April).

Police wanted to speak to Doherty, 24, from Crawley, on suspicion of breaching court bail conditions, of witness intimidation and criminal damage.

Doherty was later charged with two counts of criminal damage, one count of witness intimidation and one count of racially aggravated public order at Brighton Magistrates' Court on Monday (9 April). More here.


Gatwick Airport Police Aviation Enthusiasts Scheme

Most airports in the UK have some form of Aviation Enthusiast’s Society or group. Gatwick is no different with its own Gatwick Aviation Society with some 300 members. Aviation enthusiasts at London Gatwick Airport are valued as the eyes and ears of the Police and airport community. More here.

 
Crime summary

 

Attempted break to the garage in Haywards Heath on 1 April.

Garden container was broken into and garden equipment of high value taken on 2 April in Haywards Heath.

Garden container was broken into and garden tools were stolen in Haywards Heath on 3 April.

Garage in East Grinstead from where garden tool was stolen was broken into on 3 April.

Garden shed in Hurstpierpoint was broken into and gardening equipment taken between 24-31 March.

On 4 April garden tools were stolen from the shed in Crawley Down.

In Burgess Hill 2 bicycles were stolen from the shed on 4 April.

On 6 April in Hurspierpoint shed was broken into and garden tools taken.

 

Please keep your garden shed and your gardening tools securely locked.

Ensure that gates or access to the rear of the house are locked and secure.

Consider fitting outside security lighting- burglars really dislike them.

Report anything suspicious.





 
 

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