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Rhys Millerchip, 14, missing from Seaford, found safe: Missing Seaford boy Rhys Millerchip, 14, ... http://t.co/AcPoWTH2Df #sussexpolice 24/01/2015 13:57:09

Concern for Albanian girl missing from Worthing: Police in West Sussex are searching for 17-year... http://t.co/zBMYY5l6bu #sussexpolice 23/01/2015 16:18:54

East Sussex drug dealer to repay £31,000: An East Sussex man has been ordered to pay back more t... http://t.co/Dwe8JwteSg #sussexpolice 23/01/2015 15:28:14

Missing Connor may be in Hastings or Brighton: Police in Hastings are searching for 14-year-old ... http://t.co/hWIPxYiAnh #sussexpolice 23/01/2015 14:39:00

Car thieves steal used Range Rovers worth £90,000 from Warninglid garage: Three used Range Rover... http://t.co/2d4QL3RUej #sussexpolice 23/01/2015 14:39:00

Road closed following fatal car crash on the B2110, near Handcross: Police have closed the B2110... http://t.co/ajXka6j463 #sussexpolice 23/01/2015 13:52:26

Man caught on CCTV vandalising car in Burgess Hill: Police are appealing for witnesses after a m... http://t.co/snQlgY6URX #sussexpolice 23/01/2015 13:05:21

St Leonards man Lee Woods wanted for recall to prison: Police are seeking the whereabouts of St ... http://t.co/PpF6KfdW8g #sussexpolice 23/01/2015 12:16:47

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Wildlife crime

Sussex Police currently has a number of Wildlife Crime Officers (WCOs) working across Sussex, all of whom perform the role alongside their day-to-day policing duties.

Wildlife crime includes the persecution of protected native species of flora and fauna, the illegal snaring, trapping or killing of protected mammals, damage to the geophysical features of protected land, and the international trade in endangered species.

We rely on the assistance of the public  to enable us to detect offences and prosecute offenders.  Report things that make you suspicious.

The Wildlife Crime team would love to hear from anyone who has any information about wildlife criminality in the area.  Please contact them on 101.

If a crime is currently taking place always dial 999.

 

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