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Gatwick police catch sports official stealing over £1k of items from airport shops



Gatwick police were the ones looking cool as they caught a woman attempting to steal over £1,000 worth of sunglasses from a shop in the airports South Terminal.

Maryna Kozerod, 39, was spotted by a member of the public putting two pairs of glasses from The Sun Glasses Hut into her bag on Saturday (3 February) at Gatwick South Terminal.

The sports official from Chislehurst, Bromley, was searched by police and further stolen items from two other shops– a scarf, tea caddies, perfume, a bottle of whisky and Clarins products -were discovered.

Kozerod pleaded guilty to three counts of theft from a shop and was sentenced on Monday (5 February) and given a 12 week suspended sentence.

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Help identify man who attacked a woman at her Langley Green home in Crawley

Police in Crawley have issued an Efit in their search for an intruder who struck a householder with a pole.



At 8.50am on Saturday (9 February) the man climbed into the rear garden of an address in Jackdaw Close, Crawley, and struck the 28-year-old woman as she came out of the back door to find out what was happening, almost rendering her unconscious, then going into the house and searching it before leaving.

It is not yet clear what if anything was taken.

The suspect is described as white, in his forties, of stocky build, over 6′, with a thick neck and short thick dark blond greying hair. He wore dark clothing.

The pole was not found at the scene or nearby and it is not known whether it was metal or wooden.

The woman sustained a slight cut to her head but declined medical treatment.

PC Allen Latter said;

“If you saw anything in that area at the time, or if you think you know who this man is, please contact us online or by calling 101, quoting serial 334 of 09/02.”

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