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Wednesday 16th June 2021

Identity sought following burglary at Crawley home


Do you recognise these three people?
Police would like to speak to them in relation to a burglary in Crawley.
Officers were called to Five Acres on Thursday 3 June following reports of a break-in at a property shortly before 1pm.
Police investigating the matter believe the people pictured could help with their enquiries.
Anyone who recognises them, or who has any other information that could assist with the investigation, is asked to get in touch. Contact can be made online or by calling 101 quoting serial 823 of 03/06. 

Summer drink and drug-driving crackdown kicks off alongside Euro 2020


 A summer campaign to crack down on drink and drug-drivers kicks off today (Friday 11 June), in conjunction with the Euro 2020 football tournament.
Both Surrey Police and Sussex Police will deploy increased resources to tackle one of the five most common causes of fatal and serious injury collisions on our roads.
The goal is to keep all road users safe, and to take robust action against those who put the lives of themselves and others at risk.
Working with partners including Sussex Safer Roads Partnership and Drive Smart Surrey, the forces are urging motorists to stay onside of the law – or face the penalties.
Chief Inspector Michael Hodder, of the Surrey and Sussex Roads Policing Unit, said: “Our aim is to reduce the possibility of people being injured or killed through collisions whereby the driver has been under the influence of drink or drugs.
“However, we cannot do this on our own. I need your help to take responsibility for your own actions and the actions of others – do not drive if you are going to drink or use drugs, as the consequences can be fatal for yourself or an innocent member of the public.
“And if you suspect someone is driving under the influence of drink or drugs, report it to us immediately – you could save a life.
“We all know that drinking or using drugs whilst driving is not only dangerous, but socially unacceptable, and my plea is that we work together to protect everyone on the roads from harm. Read more here




 









 

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