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Tiffany Gladwin found safe and well: Tiffany Gladwin, 15, has been found safe and well after she... http://t.co/xNrxvbfAv2 #sussexpolice 31/10/2014 14:28:42

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@BlakersPark I'll pass that on to the team that deals with the posters. 31/10/2014 13:22:25

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RT @SgtPeterAllan: If you have been the victim of #hatecrime & are free during day on 4 November in #Worthing to assist in... http://t.co/iLd8uRVYWp 31/10/2014 09:48:22

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@barneysh Unless able to get caller's details there's little to go on. Best advice is put phone down. Don't allow access to your computer... 31/10/2014 09:43:58

@UrbanizedTom It'll probably depend on what you plan on doing while you're wearing it! Have fun. 31/10/2014 09:21:48

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