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Operation Dragonfly: Two more motorists banned from the roads for drink-driving: Two more motori... http://t.co/Gutet64rIO #sussexpolice 27/11/2014 11:22:04

Missing Chichester man found safe in Brighton: Tom Krolick, 28, who had been reported missing fr... http://t.co/TOOJrWkrzK #sussexpolice 27/11/2014 10:40:29

Suspect someone you know might involved in terrorism? Call the Anti-Terrorist Hotline anonymously 0800 789 321 #CommunitiesDefeatTerrorism 27/11/2014 08:48:14

domestic abuse video Before it’s too late narrated by staff& officers http://t.co/3jNALySlds #talktous 27/11/2014 08:38:32

If you have been a victim of domestic abuse we have specially trained officers who can help you. #TalkToUs 27/11/2014 08:32:30

SURREY POLICE PRESS RELEASE - Appeal to trace man following launch of double murder investigatio... http://t.co/TRlvox4L7s #sussexpolice 27/11/2014 08:16:15

Owner sought for valuable chalice found in Brighton: Police are trying to find the owners of a v... http://t.co/juRSiVFCaD #sussexpolice 26/11/2014 16:02:32

Property marking to help deter thefts, Eastbourne: Police Community Support Officer Anita Rockin... http://t.co/1cQPyYtum9 #sussexpolice 26/11/2014 15:16:39

Two suffered minor injuries on A27 at Lewes: Two people suffered minor injuries on the A27 short... http://t.co/NS8NiBj5MT #sussexpolice 26/11/2014 13:42:47

Man in court after Burgess Hill eviction: A 51-year-old man who was arrested after a stand-off w... http://t.co/6j7YWrWSwx #sussexpolice 26/11/2014 13:42:46

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