Police seek witnesses to armed incident in Old London Road, Hastings
Police are appealing for witnesses following an incident in Old London Road, Hastings, in which a man armed with what appeared to be a shotgun pointed it at another man inside a house and made threats.
The suspect made off in a white Mercedes-Benz C class car, driven by another man. No one was injured as a result of this incident and it is believed that all parties involved are known to each other. Continue reading Armed incident in Old London Road, Hastings
Police name man whose body was found in beach at St Leonards
Police have named the man whose body was found on the beach at St Leonards.
He was 71-year-old Norman Albert Clark, of Station Road, Northiam, East Sussex.
Officers were alerted to the discovery, close to Bridge Way, by a dog walker at about 7.40am on Thursday (5 April).
Mr Clark was found with an injury to his neck and police subsequently launched an investigation. Continue reading Body of Northiam Man Found on Beach at St Leonards
Detectives have launched a murder investigation after a body was found on the beach at St Leonards.
Officers were called at 7.40am on Thursday (5 April) after a walker reported finding the body of a man in Bridge Way.
The unidentified man has an injury to his neck. Enquiries are ongoing to establish the cause of his death and the circumstances. Continue reading Murder Investigation – Body Found at St Leonards
Police launch murder investigation after shooting in St Leonards
Police have launched a murder investigation after a two women were shot dead in a house in St Leonards.
Officers responded immediately to a report of a shooting at 7.43pm in Bexhill Road on Friday (16 March). Firearms officers were able to lead two other women from the house to safety and they were taken to hospital. Both were uninjured but suffering from shock. One of these women is pregnant. Continue reading Two Women Shot Dead in St Leonards
Do you know this man? Sought over use of stolen bank card in Hastings after serious assault
Police in Hastings want to trace and interview this man, in connection with a theft and a serious assault on a local man.
The man in this CCTV image was seen near Lidl in Hastings town centre on the morning of Sunday 11 February, just after the victim’s bank card had been used to buy a packet of cheese strings in the store.
The attack happened at the 68-year-old victim’s home in the West Hill area of Hastings in the early hours of Saturday, February 10. He had spent much of the evening in French’s night club and Club XS in the town before heading off home.
Between 4.30 and 5.30am he was subjected to a vicious assault resulting in severe facial injuries. He had a deep laceration to his cheek, a fractured eye socket and cheek bones, cuts and bruising to his head and nose and a bleed on the brain. He was admitted to the Conquest Hospital in Hastings and later transferred to the Queen Victoria Hospital at East Grinstead. He has since returned home.
Investigator Leah Yoshida said; “The man in the picture is not suspected of being involved in the assault, but we want to interview him about the use of the card.
“If you know who he is or have any other information, please contact us online or call us on 101 quoting Operation Marcross.”
You can also contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
On 24 February James Starnes, 20, a factory worker, of Lewis Road, St Leonards, appeared at Brighton Magistrates Court charged with causing grievous bodily harm to the man at the address on 10 February. Starnes was remanded in custody to appear at Lewes Crown Court on 23 March.
Rye’s Own Bulletin Monday 12 March 2018
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Price on head of wanted East Sussex man is now in four figures
A reward for information leading to the arrest of wanted man Kesley Searle has been doubled to £1,000.
Set at £500 early last month (February), the reward has been increased in a determined effort to trace Searle.
The 24-year-old, from St Leonards-on-Sea, is wanted for breaching a community order imposed by Hastings magistrates in November after he pleaded guilty to driving whilst disqualified and taking a motor vehicle without the owner’s consent.
It is believed that he may still be in the Hastings area. He is white, 5′ 9″, of medium build with blond hair and blue eyes.
Anyone who sees him or knows of his whereabouts is asked to report details online
or call 101 quoting serial 289 of 26/01.
Rye’s Own Bulletin Monday 5 March 2018
Driver and witnesses sought after boy is hurt in Hastings collision
Police wish to trace the driver of a black 4×4 or sports utility vehicle which failed to stop at the scene following a collision with a 12-year-old boy in Winchelsea Lane, opposite the Hastings Academy, Ore, shortly before 4pm on Monday (29 January).
The child sustained a fractured right knee and was treated at the Conquest Hospital, St Leonards-on-Sea.
The motorist involved drove off without leaving his details. He is described as a white man, bald or with short,shaved hair. Continue reading Young Lad Hurt in Collision in Hastings – Driver and Witnesses Sought
Motor-cyclist injured in Beckley road incident
Police are seeking witnesses to a road incident in Beckley in which a motorcyclist was seriously injured.
The incident happened in Furnace Lane, Beckley at 4.45pm on Wednesday (29 November).
A 42-year-old Hastings man riding his 125cc motorcycle west in Furnace Lane took evasive action to avoid an unknown car, and fell from his machine. Continue reading Hastings Man Seriously Injured at Beckley
Reward for arrest and conviction of Nigel Fry, aka May, wanted on warrant
Police are offering a £500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Nigel Fry.
Fry, 50, also known as Nigel May, from Bexhill-on-Sea, is wanted on a warrant for failing to appear in court.
Officers also wish to speak to him about several other offences in the Eastbourne, Lewes, Rother and Wealden districts.
Fry is described as white, 5’5″, 11 stones 2lbs, of proportional build, bald and with brown eyes.
Anyone seeing Fry or knowing of his whereabouts is asked to report detailsonline or call police on 101, quoting serial 47170166775.
Alternatively, please visit the Crimestoppers website or contact the independent charity anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Rye’s Own Bulletin Wednesday 29 November 2017