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Crawley teenagers arrested after Brighton mans death as police seek help to identify group

Sussex Police have released new CCTV footage of a group of people who could hold vital information to a Brighton assault.

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An assault involving a group of men and 34-year-old Cameron Devlin occurred in North Street, Brighton, around 3.50am on Saturday, 21 December.

Cameron from Hove, suffered facial injuries and sadly died on Boxing Day, 26 December.

Detectives continue to establish the full circumstances surrounding the assault and whether the death of Cameron is linked to the injuries he sustained.

Now Police have issued new CCTV from West Street at 3.47am on the day of the incident of a group of people they believe may hold vital information to the assault.

Investigating officer Detective Inspector Ian Still said:

“We continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding the assault in Brighton and whether this is linked to the death of Cameron.

“The new footage we have released is in the vicinity of the assault and this group of people may have witnessed the incident or seen Cameron before or after.

“If you recognise yourself or anyone in this footage, we urge you to make contact with us without delay.

“You can do this via our website or 101 quoting Operation Curve or by contacting the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

Three 18-year-old men and a 19-year-old man all from Crawley were arrested on 21 December on suspicion of grievous bodily harm with intent. They have been released under investigation pending further enquiries.

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First Covid-19 now Crawley’s MP has to shutdown parliamentary system as malware virus strikes

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If it wasn’t hard enough working during the coronavirsu shutdown, now another virus has struck causing even more problems.

A malware virus has struck the office of Crawley’s MP Henry Smith.

The issue has meant that his office has had to shudown their parliamentary systems.


Mr Smith and his colleagues are confident that they are still able to respond to emails from residents albeit with some delay.

But delays in bringing the system back online could be hampered by the Easter Holidays. An insider insinuated that they hoped the system would be sorted by Good Friday but it was going to be hard work due to the lockdown.

Commenting on the situation Mr Smith said:

“Ironically my parliamentary system has had to be shut down due to a malware virus. As you will appreciate during this CV19 period I’m handling hundreds of cases in remote circumstances already. This just got more challenging, so please factor in if contacting me for assistance.”

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