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Two brothers who attempted to smuggle almost £420,000 of alcohol into the UK through Dover have been jailed for nine months each, after an investigation by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Alan and Jason Jones of Llansawel, Llandeilo, were stopped within minutes of each other as they arrived at the port from Calais in July last year. Both claimed to be carrying consignments of Coca Cola, but Border Force officers opened the trailers to reveal pallets of vodka and mixed spirits.
The family of a man, killed in a shooting in Hove, have described him as "a loving and devoted family man". Xhem Krasniqi was shot on Saturday evening.
Police took the unusual step of naming the men they wish to speak to in connection with his death yesterday. Officers say Edmund and Albert Nela were living in Brighton - but may well have left the Sussex area.
Video shows the victim and the two men being sought by police.
The South's newest shopping destination opens today. Costing £84m, the centre at Whiteley in Hampshire has created 1,000 jobs. However, many local people are concerned that the area's infrastructure won't cope with the development.
Simon Parkin has the weather forecast for the Meridian region.
Assistant Chief Constable Gary Beautridge said: ‘We are working with local communities and partners whilst the Metropolitan Police investigate the full circumstances around this incident.
We are providing high visibility policing in areas across Kent and would appeal for people to stay calm and work with us to ensure the safety of everyone in our county.’
It is understood display cabinets at a mosque in Gillingham in Kent were damaged in the incident. Kent Police have confirmed they were called to Canterbury Street in the town at 8.40 pm. Officers attended and a man was detained for questioning on suspicion of racially aggravated criminal damage.
Kent Police has confirmed that it is investigating a report of criminal damage at a mosque in Gillingham.
The attack is being treated as racially aggravated and possibly connected to an earlier attack in Woolwich.
It happened at 8.40pm. A man has been arrested. It is believed that a bookcase was smashed.
Kent Police say that although there is no intelligence to suggest any direct threat to anyone living in the county, it has deployed additional resources across the region to provide a presence in potentially vulnerable communities.
Assistant Chief Constable Gary Beautridge said: "We are working with local communities and partners whilst the Metropolitan Police investigate the full circumstances around this incident.
"We are providing high visibility policing in areas across Kent and would appeal for people to stay calm and work with us to ensure the safety of everyone in our county."
Kent Police has revealed that it is providing a visible presence in communities across Kent to ensure that people across the county are safe, following the incident in Woolwich, South East London today.