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Two Horley men among those sought by police over attempted murder

Police are appealing for the public’s help in locating three men in relation to an attempt murder in Reigate on 29 January.



Officers are trying to trace Jack Williams, 27, from Horley, Cary Searle, 19, from Horley, and Sean Moore, 16, from Eastbourne in connection with the ongoing investigation.
The three are described as:
– White, 6ft 2, normal build with ginger hair.
– White, 6ft, skinny, light brown hair
– Black, 5ft 7, black hair

Police were called shortly before 1.30pm to Potters Way, Reigate, after reports that a man had been stabbed and three men had made off from the scene.

Officers attended and the victim, an 18-year-old man from Redhill, was taken to hospital with serious injuries. He has since been discharged from hospital.
A burnt out stolen black Audi A4 believed to have been involved in the incident was discovered in Rutherwick Close, Horley.

Investigating officer, Tom Griffin said:

“We are very keen to speak to these three males in connection with this incident.

“I am aware that the local community is extremely concerned about what has happened and I would like to reassure them that there is no risk to the wider public. Our officers remain committed to finding those responsible.”

If you have any information about their whereabouts, call us on 101 (999 in an emergency) or quoting reference PR/45190010304.

You can also give information, 100% anonymously, to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111; or through their anonymous online form:


Crawley teenagers stolen bike recovered by quick thinking Tilgate Councillor



Tilgate Councillor Francis Guidera has come to rescue of a young lad who had his bicycle stolen from outsode Tilgate Newsagents.

Speaking to Crawley News 24 he said:

“I shared a shocking Facebook post this morning, about a bike stolen from a young lad outside Tilgate newsagents at 6:50am this morning while he waited to do his paper round.

I received contact from an anonymous person in the town centre this afternoon, who had seen the bike and said it was in the area so I jumped in my car, drove towards the town hall.

As I passed the police station I saw a car going in so they kindly sent a load of officers out to look for it too. After 2 laps of the town centre and highstreet on foot I saw it next to a shop window in the Broadway with somebody who claimed to have bought it for £20 off somebody else. I told them it matched the description of a stolen bike and the police were on their way and they just walked away…

Very pleased to report that the bike is now at Crawley station waiting to be reunited with its very happy owner!

Thank you so much to Crawley Police for coming out in force to hunt for it with me and thank you to the anonymous tip off for the information.

And of course well done to everybody who shared it on social media!

The police will be seeking to prosecute if they can.”

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