Tue 18 December 2018

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Alert message sent 11/09/2018 14:22:00

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Do you know this Crawley man?  His name is Steven Sibley and he is wanted for failing to appear at court for Burglary and Theft.

He is also well known for being in the Haywards Heath area.  To find out more about him, or how to report if you’ve seen him or know his whereabouts, please click here.


 

 

No Charity awarded for Charity Box Thief caught and sentenced:

 

Derrick Matthews (seen above) pleaded guilty to all charges on Friday 24 August at Brighton Magistrates court, after a member of the public phoned us to report a man acting suspiciously.  Derrick received an eight months prison sentence for the theft of eight charity boxes in Burgess Hill, Eastbourne, Rye, Hailsham, and Robertsbridge.

To read more click here


 

We are delighted to welcome 70 New Officers to Sussex Police, the largest intake in more than 10 years which was made possible by this year’s rise in council tax.

Please click here to read more.


 

 


 

Would you like to find out more about our Stop and Search Powers? Click here to find out about your rights if you are stopped, and for a video designed to raise awareness for young people whom might find themselves in this position.

 


Burglary;

 

Ref: 1248 10/09: On 10 September at 9.20pm, suspect/s attempted to steal a quad bike from a garage, whilst they failed at stealing the quad bike, one suspect made off on a stolen mountain bike with a black frame and green stripes.
One suspect was described as a white male, 6ft.

 

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Sarah Bonnell (Police, Prevention Support and Engagement Officer, Sussex)

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