Police are searching for a man who stole a large bottle containing money destined for charity.
The man entered the RAM sports and social club in West Green, Crawley, where he took a four-litre bottle of charity money which was on the reception counter. It contained about £500. He hid it under his t-shirt and left
He has a distinctive patterned tattoo on his right forearm.
The Prime Minister has described Denis Healey as a "great man" and "huge figure of post-war politics" after his death aged 98.
David Cameron also called Lord Healey a "hero" for his service as a major in the Royal Engineers in North African and Italy during World War Two.
Lord Healey - whose first cabinet role came as defence secretary in 1964 - was a beach master during the battle of Anzio.
Mr Cameron added that the peer was a "brave politician" who "told his party hard truths about Britain having to live within her means".
The Prime Minister has today paid tribute to ex-Labour chancellor Denis Healey who died at his home in Sussex. The former Bradford Grammar pupil was a Leeds MP for forty years.
David Cameron described Lord Healey as a 'hero' during World War Two and a 'brave politician'.
Cardiff City earned a point at league leaders Brighton this afternoon.
Joe Mason gave the Bluebirds the lead within five minutes of the start.
Dale Stephens levelled for the visitors eight minutes before half time.
Cardiff now sit ninth in the table, just behind Derby.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has led tributes to political "giant" Denis Healey, after the former chancellor's death aged 98.
Mr Corbyn was joined by politicians across the spectrum in hailing the Labour peer, and said: "Denis Healey was a Labour giant whose record of service to party and country stands as his testament. All our thoughts are with his family."
Current chancellor George Osborne also paid his respects, noting that Lord Healey was chancellor in the "most difficult circumstances" - referencing a period when the UK economy teetered on the brink of collapse, culminating in the government having to borrow from the International Monetary Fund in 1976.
A mother of-three-from Southampton has taken on the challenge of running seven marathons in seven months. Angie Newman, who has never run a marathon, is trying to raise awareness of Motor Neurone Disease after a close family friend died from the disease. Her first race is tomorrow in Bournemouth.