Just two weeks after the police amnesty on knifes a teenager is caught in possesion of a knife over a foot long in length.
“This was a deliberate, if unsophisticated attempt to smuggle dangerous Class A drugs into the UK", says Chris Capel, Assistant Director of Border Force South.
Speculation and reports were everywhere last night, but it took almost 24hrs before the police offered an explanation.
Police received six reports of lead thefts from the roofs of churches since the 1 October.
Police are trying to find more information leading to the whereabouts of a man who stole £700 in cash from a Crawley Newsagents.
He was found guilty of offences that took place between 1988 and 1996, against children as young as 8-years-old.
Sussex could be in for a share of a £22 million Government fund aimed at steering young people away from serious crime.
The scheme will be launched at the Autumn Show and Game Fair at the South of England Showground, Ardingly
Sussex Police are seeking witnesses to the incident which occurred on Saturday (29 September).
The decision has been made nationally, however police will still accept items of found property.