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Appeal after 75-year-old man goes missing

Credit: Sussex Police

Police are appealing for information after a 75-year-old man went missing earlier this week.

Michael Mauger, who lives in Bramber in Sussex was last seen on Saturday by a friend in the village.

He was officially reported missing on Tuesday.

He is described as white, 5ft 9ins and of medium build with short white hair and a ruddy complexion.

It is not known what he was last seen wearing but he usually wears a floppy sun hat.

We are concerned about Michael because he suffers with mental health issues and depression.

Please get in contact if you have any information which may help us find him.

– Det Con Graham Milner

If you have seen Michael or have any information about his whereabouts please email or call 101 quoting serial 914 of 01/07.

If Michael appears to be in danger or needs urgent medical attention please call 999 immediately.


P&O Ferries say port of Calais has reopened

"I am delighted to be able to inform all of our customers that the port of Calais has now re-opened and that P&O Ferries is now back to business as usual.

"We are already moving back to our full schedule of 25 sailings a day between Dover and Calais. We have the capacity to move 4,000 freight units a day and we expect to be able to carry the backlog of lorry drivers currently waiting in Operation Stack across to the continent within the next 48 hours..."

– Helen Deeble, Chief Executive of P&O Ferries


Police appeal after man sets cash point on fire

Credit: Thames Valley Police

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man tried to set fire to a Co-op cash point.

The incident happened at the shop in St Ledger Court, Great Linford, Milton Keynes on Monday just before before midnight.

Detectives believe some sort of accelerant liquid was used.

Anyone with information about this man, or the incident, should contact police on 101.

Pompey heroes in cricket whites for charity

Portsmouth FC heroes raise money for MND charity Credit: PA Wire

Former Portsmouth players will be among those who'll don their cricket whites for a charity cricket match in memory of a popular local sportsman who passed away after suffering from MND.

Ex Pompey boss Andy Awford and Havant manager Lee Bradbury will play in the match at Ridge Meadow in Hambledon on Sunday at 1pm.

They'll be raising money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association in memory of former Portsmouth and Waterlooville player Kim Manns.

After passing away aged 61, Manns raised £30,000 for MND Research.

Other well-known faces set to take part include Guy Butters and Jason Dodd.

Entry to the game is free and auction lots include shirts signed by Hampshire and Middlesex, David Gower, Ian Botham, Ian Smith, David Lloyd, Nasser Hussain and Michael Atherton.

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