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Horsham attack, can you identify these men?

Police investigating a disturbance at a Horsham fish and chip shop which resulted in the owner being assaulted would like to identify these two men.



The two suspects went into the Oceans Fish Bar in New Street on Monday 5 November at 7.20pm and got into an argument over paying for sachets of tomato ketchup.

Staff asked them to leave after they became abusive but they returned and got the owner in a headlock and punched him in the face.

They then ran off towards Livingstone Road.

The first man is white, aged in his early 20s, 5′ 4″, fat, with blond curly hair and was wearing a blue shirt and a dark navy coat.

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The second man is white, 5′ 5″, skinny, with short brown hair, a spotty complexion and was wearing a grey hooded top with a red logo and a black coat.

PC Bryony McIndoe said:

“This was an unprovoked attack, which left the victim with severe bruising to his face. We would like to hear from anyone who recognises these suspects or has any information about them.”

Anyone with information about the suspects is asked to contact police online or ring 101 quoting serial 1234 of 05/11.


Woman with four young children kicked in face and robbed

Police are investigating after a 32-year-old woman was attacked and robbed in North Street, Horsham, shortly before 5pm on Wednesday (22 May).



The victim, accompanied by her four young children, had bent down to pick up some shopping that had fallen from a baby buggy.

A man who initially appeared to be helping her then kicked her in the face and made off with a bag containing food and tobacco.

He was described as white, in his mid 20s, with a patchy beard. He was wearing a black baseball cap, ripped green t-shirt, a cream jacket, dark jeans and dirty white trainers.

He smelt strongly of alcohol and body odour.

His victim was left bruised and shaken.

Anyone who saw what happened or who noticed or knows the suspect, is asked to contact Sussex Police online ( or by phoning 101, quoting serial 1132 of 22/05.

Alternatively they can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously, either online or by phoning 0800 555 111.

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