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Wednesday October 07

Appeal following Crawley bag theft

13 February 2013

Police are investigating the theft of a bag from a Crawley church.
At around 12.45pm on Sunday 10 February a ruck sack was stolen from the Friary Church in Haslett Avenue East.
The victim had been in soup kitchen next to the church when he got into a heated conversation with three men. The victim went outside and was joined a short time later by one of the men from the group who shouted at the victim and pushed him in the chest causing him to fall to the floor.
The suspect then took the victim's ruck sack which contained a laptop and walked off in the direction of Crawley railway station,
The suspect is described as white, of medium build, in his 30s, with short hair.
Anyone with information about the incident which may assist police with their enquiries is asked to contact Sussex Police on 101 quoting serial 0696 of 10/2 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. 

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