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Friday 2nd August 2019

News and appeals


Bid to reunite suspected stolen jewellery with owner in Eastbourne


Police are trying to identify the owner or owners of these items, which have been recovered from a suspect arrested this week on suspicion of the theft of another item.

It is believed that the items may have been stolen in the Eastbourne area around the beginning of July.

Anyone who recognises the items is asked to report online or call 101 quoting serial 1355 of 06/07.



Do you have concerns about speeding in your town?

We’ve attended road safety awareness meetings this week, organised by residents following their concerns, to offer advice to residents on the ways they can report anti-social driving to us.



Did you know you can report anti-social driving, including speeding, and mobile phone use whilst driving to us at Operation Crackdown? If you have the vehicle registration number, time and date of the incident please report to Operationcrackdown.org

Community SpeedWatch (CSW) is also currently recruiting volunteer coordinators and operators in Sussex.

Since opening our volunteering opportunities a few weeks ago, we have had a great intake, there are still a few places left on the district.

If interested, you can join by going to www.communityspeedwatch.org and choosing the group from the drop-down list, then following the on-screen prompts. If you can’t find a group listed, you can also register a new group.

You can also join as a volunteer community speedwatch member, we're currently looking for members to join across the district, please get in touch by emailing csw@sussex.pnn.police.uk




Sussex Cadets look to their future

This week our Cadets were given a talk from our recruitment team about careers within Sussex Police, looking at all the different roles the Force offers, including Officer roles and Police Staff roles.

Sussex has major cities, ports, rural villages and an international airport. There’s a lot of ground to cover. To do it well, we need people from different backgrounds with diverse skills and experience.

Could this be you?

Interested in a Career with Sussex Police? Discover more about our jobs here.




Crime summary

During the small hours of the 24th July, a business address on Seaside Road, reported having
damaged caused to their front door, entry was made and cash and items stolen from inside. (0395 of 24/07 relates)

A garage off Rotherfield Avenue, had an attempt burglary when suspects have tried to enter their garage, fortunately no entry was gained, but damage to the garage door was made. (0451 of 26/07 relates)

During the evening of the 28th July, a Church off Princess Road had their hall doors forced open and damaged when unknown suspects have entered, once inside damage was caused and communion wine stolen (0370 of 28/07 relates)

During the early evening of the 29th July, a business address of Bourne Street, Eastbourne, reported having a suspicious male enter the site and make off with takings from the staff office, unfortunately a male detained by staff did not match that of the CCTV (1386 of 29/07 relates)

Overnight a garage off Birch Road, Eastbourne, was broken into and car equipment taken, unfortunately there are no lines of enquiry. (512 of 01/08 relates)


 


Help us keep Sussex safe

If you saw or heard anything, or have any information about any incident in this message please contact us online, email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101.

Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.


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