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An investigations been launched in Chatham following the theft of three daggers.
Police received a report that the weapons were taken from Fort Amherst and Lines Trust on Dock Road on the morning of 30th March.
PC James Dolby, investigating officer, said: 'The three daggers are unique and I would urge anyone who finds them to hand them in to police.'
New technology that will replace the country's most notorious toll booths, at Dartford, has been exclusively revealed to ITV News. The company who will operate the scheme insist traffic jams will be cut but critics say the tolls are a waste of money. See our full report by Mike Pearse.
Six vehicles were alight when firefighters were called to the Victoria Industrial Estate in Burgess Hill. Two camper vans, one van and three cars have been completely destroyed
More than 20 firefighters were called to the scene. The cause of the blaze is still being investigated although it is thought to be accidental at this stage.
Hampshire police have released a CCTV image of a man they want to speak to in connection with a theft at the Careys Manor Hotel in Brockenhurst. Debit and credit cards were stolen from a locker in changing rooms and then used fraudulently.
Oxfordshire farmer John Hook says more needs to be done for farmers whose businesses suffered during the recent floods. He's calling for better management from the Environment Agency. The Government though says a special £10 million fund is available for those eligible. Cary Johnston reports.
Detectives in Bournemouth are appealing for witnesses to an attack on an elderly man in Boscombe. The 77 year old was left with a broken hip and is being treated at Poole Hospital. He was pushed to the floor by a man on a bike, on the corner of Christchurch Road and Parkwood Road.
Anyone with information should call Dorset Police on 101 or the anonymous Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111.
Detective Sergeant Andy Bell, of Bournemouth CID, said: "I understand that the victim asked a group of cyclists to stop riding along the pavement and that one of these cyclists pushed him to the ground, causing serious injury.
This area will have been busy at this time and I am keen to speak with anyone who can help me with this investigation."
The RMT union has confirmed strike action on the Heathrow Express over proposed cuts to services. Members have been told not to work between 03.00 hours on Tuesday 29th April until 02.59 hours on Thursday 1st May.
The Union fears jobs are under threat under plans to save £6 million over the next five years.
Fire crews are currently tackling a blaze involving 6 vehicles at an industrial estate in Burgess Hill. No reported injuries.