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Have you seen these two missing girls - possibly in #Crawley? Please let us know. http://t.co/OAKYUTPiPJ pic.twitter.com/lVyfc4Ph2L 03/08/2015 16:04:23

@liam50lb we are aware and are currently dealing 03/08/2015 15:56:00

@ofruby the police helicopter was assisting @BTP officers for more details follow @NPAS_Redhill 03/08/2015 15:52:35

Police say suspicious device discovered on Brighton seafront could be linked to a similar device found last month http://t.co/Ew0nTlzGLv 03/08/2015 14:54:30

@BertSwattermain ah, I see. @AdurWorthingNPT should be able to help with the specifics. 03/08/2015 13:35:46

@BertSwattermain hello Bert, details of the locations involved can be found on the link. 03/08/2015 13:29:18

We're investigsting an assault in Orme Road, #Worthing on July 18. Could you help us? http://t.co/8syqmYzVn7 03/08/2015 13:22:42

We're targetting anti-social behaviour in #Worthing this summer http://t.co/RInoKv6hQ5 03/08/2015 12:29:37

@thj1 hello. Yes, you can report obstructions to us online at http://t.co/dF0cslGce8 or by calling 101. 03/08/2015 12:25:04

The victim of a crash at #Ashurst Wood #East Grinstead was a firefighter responding to an emergency call http://t.co/zFo690svti 03/08/2015 11:42:52

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