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Man robbed at knife-point in Three Bridges Crawley



Police are hoping for witnesses to a knife-point robbery in Crawley.

On Tuesday (November 7) at about 5pm, a 19-year-old man had left a shop on North Road and was walking through the subway between Pond Wood Road and Hazelwick Avenue. He was approached by two men from the opposite direction who asked him for a cigarette. He gave them one before they demanded his watch and some money. He refused.

They punched him and held his hand behind his back while they robbed him of his watch and £30. The victim was then cut on the face with a knife. The suspects then ran away towards North Road.

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Detective Sergeant Karrie Bohanna said: “This has left the victim with some nasty injuries to his face which had to be treated at hospital.

“The two suspects are described as one black man, muscular build, about 6′ and about 25. He was wearing a blue waterproof hooded top with the hood up and black jeans. The second man was possibly Asian, about 20, about 5′ 10”. He was wearing black Nike trainers and a black jacket.

“This happened in the early evening and we are hoping someone might have seen these two men running away from the subway or recognise their descriptions.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact police online quoting serial 1406 of 07/11. Alternatively contact the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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Wanted man Thomas Keatley may be in Crawley

Keatley was jailed for eight years for possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life. Police say he has links to Crawley.



A man who is wanted on recall to prison for breaching the terms of his licence has links to Crawley, Police have revealed.

Sussex Police are on the hunt for 33-year-old Thomas Keatley, formerly of Brighton Road in Lancing.

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Keatley was jailed for eight years for possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life in October 2013.

Police had discovered a homemade gun, bullets, equipment used to make ammunition as well as a USB stick containing guides on how to make handguns and automatic machine guns inside a Crawley garage.

He has been released from prison.

A Sussex Police statement says: “Keatley has links to Crawley, Brighton and Worthing. He is white, of heavy build with black hair.

“Anyone who has seen Keatley or has any information about him should contact police online
or ring 101 quoting serial 710 of 26/09.”

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