We are urging everyone to keep an eye out for missing man Ben Hatchett from #Hailsham.— Sussex Police (@sussex_police) September 21, 2018
Ben, 29, went missing on Thursday morning (20 September) and he has links to #Brighton.
If you see Ben please do not approach him but call us without delay.https://t.co/kQMtx9HodW pic.twitter.com/8O4ArxTvfO
If your mate uses a knife while you’re with them, you could get the same sentence. Amnesty bins are at police stations across Sussex. Hand in your knives without fear of prosecution#BinTheBlade #SaveALifeSurrenderYourKnife— Sussex Police (@sussex_police) September 21, 2018
Can you help us?— Sussex Police (@sussex_police) September 21, 2018
We are searching for missing man Michael Rosse, 79, who went missing from #Crawley on Wednesday evening (19 September).
Michael is dependent on medication and he has not taken any with him.
He has links to #HaywardsHeath and #Worthing.https://t.co/KgdNmRyBCR pic.twitter.com/zbNzERvmRt
An elderly man is in a critical condition after he was hit by a vehicle which failed to stop on the #A22 at #Hailsham.— Sussex Police (@sussex_police) September 21, 2018
Did you see what happened or do you have dash cam?
A section of the northbound carriageway remains closed at present.
Details ⬇️ https://t.co/DH0a3wAauu
We're seeking witnesses following a hit-and-run on the #A259 in #Worthing.— Sussex Police (@sussex_police) September 20, 2018
A young cyclist was knocked off her bike by the driver of a dark blue car - possibly a BMW saloon - who then shouted at her and drove off.
Did you see what happened?https://t.co/EeQ77v21pH
We are concerned for the welfare of missing woman Rachel Roberts.— Sussex Police (@sussex_police) September 13, 2018
Rachel, 26, was last seen in the #Eastbourne area on Tuesday (September 11).
We believe she may have travelled either to #Brighton or #Hove.
Please get in contact if you see herhttps://t.co/cRImu85Psr
We are supporting Operation Sceptre - a national knife crime campaign aiming to reduce the number of people carrying a weapon.— Sussex Police (@sussex_police) September 17, 2018
You will be able able to hand over knives safely and anonymously at any Sussex Police front office from 17-24 September.https://t.co/k44HkUafK8
We are searching for wanted man Khulateen Ahmed.— Sussex Police (@sussex_police) September 11, 2018
Ahmed, 22, is from #London but is well-known in the #Brighton area.
If you see Ahmed or have any information on where he could be please get in contact with us immediatelyhttps://t.co/mV759mhU73
Our knife amnesty starts today – take the opportunity to get knives off the streets by handing them in safely and without fear of prosecution at police stations across Sussex.— Sussex Police (@sussex_police) September 18, 2018
Bins will be out until 24 September.#OpSceptre pic.twitter.com/bENYf309Mw