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Multiple Guns found after police conduct warrant at Pound Hill property in Crawley



Armed police were seen entering a property in Hasting Road, Pound Hill, Crawley yesterday afternoon.

The large presence were captured on social media enterting and retrieving what appeared to be weapons, namely guns from the property.

The Explosive Ordnance Disposal Team were also called to the address to review some of the firearms discovered.

A spokesperson for Sussex Police said:

“Sussex Police conducted a firearms warrant at a property in Hasting Road, Crawley, on Thursday afternoon (14 May).

A number of firearms from inside the address were seized by officers, with some of them reviewed by an Explosive Ordnance Disposals team.

This is an ongoing investigation but it is not believed there is a wider threat to the public.”


West Sussex raises alert level as more coronavirus cases are confirmed



The current alert level in West Sussex has been escalated to “yellow” (raised local alertness) which means there is an increasing number of confirmed cases of coronavirus. This is in line with the increase in cases being seen nationally. There were 116 confirmed cases in West Sussex in the last seven days.

The County Council has introduced a traffic light system (green, yellow, amber and red) to keep residents informed about the current rate of confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the county.

With the rise in cases, residents are being asked to take preventative action to stop the spread of the virus.

This includes following the “Rule of Six” which means you should not meet in groups of more than six people from outside your household both indoors and outdoors.

Residents should continue to wash hands regularly, practise social distancing, wear a face mask when appropriate and get tested when they have symptoms.

Amanda Jupp, West Sussex County Council Cabinet Member for Adults and Health, said:

“So far in West Sussex we have seen a relatively low number of cases of coronavirus. However in line with national trends there has been an increase in recent weeks of the number of people who have tested positive.

“It is important we do all we can to keep numbers as low as possible. In line with government guidance, please do not meet in groups of more than six people. It is also important to continue to wash your hands regularly, keep socially distanced, wear a face mask where appropriate and get tested when you have symptoms.

“I am very grateful to all residents for their continued efforts to ensure the county remains safe. We have done so well to control the spread of COVID-19 in the county up until now and we are keen to keep it that way to ensure we can #KeepWestSussexSafe.”

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