10 May 2018
News and appeals
PCSOs Karen Iles & Paul Umney will be at The Market Place shopping
centre in Burgess Hill on:
Monday 14 May between 12.00 midday and 4pm.
Please pop along and visit them for crime prevention advice or any questions you may have for them. They will be pleased to see you!
Police are still searching for Archie Gates, who is wanted on recall to prison.
The 20-year-old, from East Grinstead, was jailed for 14 weeks on 30 January in relation to an assault in the town. Read more here.
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There was a break into the house on Parkside East, East Grinstead. Cash and some jewellery were stolen on 4 May. Ref. 0399 04/05
Land mower was stolen from the shed in Haywards Heath between 23 April and 5 May. Ref. 0357 05/05
Tools were taken from the shed in College Road in Ardingly on 27 April. Ref. 0712 05/05
There was a breaks into outbuilding in Borde Hill Lane in Haywards Heath. On 24 April tools and a tack were stolen. Ref.1022 06/05
A break into shed in Borde Hill Lane Haywards Heath was reported but nothing was stolen on 6 May. Ref.0317 07/05
The best defence against burglary is prevention.
Ensure that gates or access to the rear of the house are locked and secure.Trim overgrown plants - don't give burglars a hiding place. Secure garden tools and ladders in a locked shed or garage to prevent them being used to break into your home. Fit outside security lighting and a visible burglar alarm to help deter burglars.
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