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Police appeal after teenager assaulted near cemetery

An 18 year old man was taken to hospital for treatment Credit: Google Images

Detectives from East Surrey CID are investigating following a serious assault in Horley on Saturday afternoon. Officers was called to Church Road at around 12.45pm following a report an 18-year-old man had been assaulted near to the cemetery.

The injured man was taken to hospital for treatment to head and arm injuries. His injuries are not believed to be life threatening.

The first suspect is described as a white man, of large build with blonde hair and wearing a tight black top and light blue jeans.

The second suspect is described as a white man, with blonde hair and was wearing a blue hoody and light blue jeans.

Both men are described as around 20-years-old.

Masked men attack women during flat burglary

Anyone who saw anything in The Dell area are asked to contact police Credit: Google Images

Police are appealing for witnesses after two women were assaulted during an aggravated burglary at a flat in Southampton.

Three men wearing face coverings entered an address in Channon Court on Thursday evening.

Two women, aged 32 and 36 years, were threatened with weapons and assaulted inside the property. One suffered a head injury as a result.

One of the men was described as being 5ft 2ins tall with a shaved head and a Swastika tattoo on his neck.

All the men were described as having most of their faces covered, and were of different heights.

“Officers are appealing for witnesses who may have seen anything suspicious involving a group of men, or a vehicle associated with a suspicious group of men, in The Dell area of Southampton on Thursday night between 10pm and 11pm.

“This is being investigated as an isolated incident so we would like to stress that there is no need for other residents in the area to be concerned.”

– Det Sgt Simon Price

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Missing- Can you help find 14 year old Mollie?

14 year old Mollie got into a taxi with a friend on Friday morning Credit: Hampshire Police

Police say they are becoming increasingly concerned for the safety of a14-year-old girl from Hampshire who went missing on Friday. ​ Mollie Baker from the Four Marks area took a taxi with another 14 year old girl, having been picked up from their separate addresses at around 7.45am on Friday.

They were dropped off at Queens Road, Farnborough.

Since then, one of the girls has been found safe, but Mollie remains missing.

Credit: Hampshire Police

She has connections with parts of London, including Wandsworth, Walthamstow, Brixton and Tooting.

Detectives are appealing for anyone does know where Mollie is or sees her to get in contact with them.

Those with information are asked to call 999.

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Reaction to Corbyn's leadership victory - away from Parliament

Following a fierce battle within the Labour party Jeremy Corbyn has won the party's leadership election.

But while MP's have been very publicly fighting it out what do the region's campaigners and party members make of the party split?

And where does today's win for Corbyn leave local MP's who spoke out against him?

Sarah Saunders watched the results come in with Labour Party members in Lewes.

Shoppers stuck in carpark for hours due to roadworks

Fremlin Walk carpark in Maidstone Credit: Google Maps

Angry shoppers have been stuck inside Fremlin Walk car park in Kent for more than two hours because of roadworks on a nearby bridge.

Work on St Peter's Bridge in Maidstone has caused significant congestion on Fairmeadow, preventing cars from leaving the carpark.

Exit barriers have been opened in attempted to ease the problem.

Drivers waiting to get out have been tweeting their frustration:

Fremlin Walk has been assuring customers that it is doing all it can to get drivers out, but says the cause of the congestion is out of its control.

Kent County Council has previously warned motorists about possible delays during the works.

Man charged with attempted murder and arson in Kent

A man's been charged with attempted murder and arson in connection with an incident in Broadstairs on Wednesday.

James McDonald, 29, will appear in court tomorrow. Credit: ITV Meridian

Kent Police were called at 7.50am to an assault at Albion Road. Kent Fire and Rescue Service also attended the scene to extinguish a fire.

Three people were taken to hospital. A woman remains in a London hospital in a serious but stable condition after being treated for stab wounds. Two children who also received injuries have since been released.

James McDonald, 29, of no fixed address was today charged with attempted murder, grievous bodily harm and arson.

He is due to appear before Medway Magistrates Court via video link on Monday 26 September.

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