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Crawley street robbers foiled by passing car - http://t.co/VMNjbA3C85 02/07/2015 16:47:48

@stella_coppard @BognorPolice Thank you for your kind appreciation 02/07/2015 13:56:21

Guy Lewington has been found but Curtis is still missing from #Horley, have you seen him? http://t.co/CU2mkutkgO pic.twitter.com/83aO506ZfI 02/07/2015 13:52:00

@SuzannaTwist Please contact us on 101 or via email (101@sussex.pnn.police.uk) and we will discuss this further with you. 02/07/2015 13:19:54

Yapton woman imprisoned for defrauding elderly neighbour of £12,000 - http://t.co/jK4c9Z8u8E£12,000 pic.twitter.com/0wCvMEdTg3 02/07/2015 13:11:29

This bike was stolen in #Chichester. Have you seen it or been offered the chance to buy it? http://t.co/lTN1oMVFGB pic.twitter.com/7RLubLLfOx 02/07/2015 11:40:54

Please help us find missing Michael Mauger, 75, from #Bramber. #missingpeople http://t.co/NcpcwEHKbK pic.twitter.com/QvjoyHNGUM 02/07/2015 11:40:01

Jade Cooper, 16, from #Eastbourne has been found safe and well. Thanks for retweeting! http://t.co/yKGC7TIJzV 02/07/2015 10:53:44

@LaniePringle That's a question for @NPAS_Redhill 02/07/2015 10:31:34

A day to remember - Brighton & Hove Seaside Safety video by @BrightonHoveCC http://t.co/ZSLU5kmaoH #seasidesafety @Bright 02/07/2015 10:18:03

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Top five tips to prevent fraud:

  1. Do not give any personal information (name, address, bank details, email or phone number) to organisations or people before verifying their credentials.
  2. Many frauds start with an email. Remember that banks and financial institutions will not send you an email asking you to click on a link and confirm your bank details. Always question whether an email could be bogus.
  3. Destroy and preferably shred receipts with your card details on and post with your name and address on. Identity fraudsters don't need much information in order to be able to clone your identity.
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  5. To report fraud or if you need advice, visit Action Fraud's website for more information.

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