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Police appeal over stolen race tickets

Police are seeking witnesses to an incident at this year's Glorious Goodwood race meeting near Chichester in which a large number of tickets were stolen.

They were taken from the ticket collection point at the downland racecourse, part of the Goodwood estate, between noon and 12.30pm on Saturday.

Investigating officers believe that some people among crowds thronging to the event may have seen the theft taking place.

They ask that they, or anyone else who may have information, contact police by emailing 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or phoning 101, quoting serial 739 of 1/8.

Three men, all from London, have been arrested in connection with the incident, questioned and bailed until 15 September pending further enquiries.

A 45-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of theft and money laundering, a 21-year-old man on suspicion of theft and a 20-year-old man on suspicion of handling stolen goods.

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Manston Airport to be used for Operation Stack

Lorries will park at Manston Airport when Operation Stack is in place Credit: ITV Meridian

Manston Airport is to be used as an emergency lorry park when Operation Stack is in place, to help ease traffic in Kent caused by delays in Calais.

The disused airport in Kent is 25 miles from the Channel Tunnel and the Port of Dover. There is already opposition from local people and politicians, who say parking lorries at Manston will spread the chaos even further across the country.

Parking lorries at Manston will be part of a temporary alternative to vehicles queuing on the M20 as part of Operation Stack. Stack has led to sections of the M20 being turned into an HGV park for up to 5,000 lorries whenever services at the Channel Tunnel or Dover port have beenb disrupted.

The future of Manston Airport has been the subject of fierce debate. Locals campaigned against the closure of the airport and plans to turn it into a business and residential area.

Teenage girl missing after attending Pride in Brighton

Georgia Holder Credit: Sussex Police

Police say they are looking for a 14-year-old Crawley girl who went missing after visiting Pride in Brighton on Saturday.

Georgia Holder was last seen in the area of The Level around 6.20pm. It is thought that she was in the company of two male friends, possible called Ollie and Reagan, along with a younger girl.

Georgia is described as white, 5' 4", of slight build with with very long curly dark brown hair, hazel eyed and with a ring through her bottom lip, piercing to her right eyebrow, numerous piercings to her ears and wearing large, hooped earrings.

At the time she disappeared, she was wearing a white top, black jeans, pink cardigan and blue heels.

She may still be in the company of the boys. 'Ollie' is described as white, 6', slim, with short brown hair, bad teeth and wearing a blue T-shirt. He had a scrape on the right side of his lower back. 'Reagan' is white, 5' 2", slim with short brown hair and wearing a white T-shirt.

Police say Georgia is extremely vulnerable due to her age. If you know of her whereabouts or see her, please call 101 quoting serial 1342 of 01/08.

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Disappearance of Sussex man 'out of character'

Missing Joshua Davey Credit: Sussex Police

Police say they are concerned about the welfare of a missing 21-year-old from Lewes.

Joshua Davey was last seen leaving his home in South Way last Thursday at around lunchtime to go to Brighton.

He is described as white, 5' 9" and of large build with short brown hair.

We are concerned about Joshua because this is the first time he has gone missing and this is out of character for him.

Please contact us if you have any information which can help us find him and make sure he is ok.

– Missing persons co-ordinator Shannon Marchesani

Allegations continue against Sir Edward Heath

Officers from Kent Police have confirmed to ITV News they have received a report of a sexual assault committed in East Kent in the 1960s

The alleged victim has named Sir Edward Heath in connection with the allegation.

Detectives said they are making initial enquiries, and will obtain a full account from the individual who made the report.

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