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Victim of stalking tells her story to warn others

It's believed one in five women, and one in 12 men - will be stalked in their lifetime. Yet stalking is a crime rarely reported to the police.

This week singer Lily Allen spoke of her experiences after a stalker broke into her home and threatened to kill her. She says the police did little to help.

Now, as we approach the end of Stalking Awarness Week, a victim from Brighton, who was stalked for more than four years - has come forward and told us her story.

Andy Dickenson reports.

Runners raise more than £30,000 for lifesaving charity

Runners raise more than £32,000 for the lifesaving charity Credit: ITV News Meridian

Marathon runners have raised more than £32,000 for the lifesaving air ambulance charity.

The team of Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance patients, crew, staff and trustees raised the money by running Sunday's Brighton Marathon and 10k.

More than 100 ran in aid of the Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) which was an official Charity Partner of this year's race.

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Candlelit vigil for man who died in collision

George Yaschuck died when he was hit by a lorry on Western Road Credit: Sussex Police

Friends of a Brighton man killed at the weekend, are to gather later to light candles in his memory.

George Yaschuck died when he was hit by a lorry following a fight on Western Road.

Messages will be left and flowers laid in tribute to the twenty three year old.

Third arrest in Brighton murder inquiry

Georgi Yaschuk was killed when he was struck by a lorry Credit: Sussex Police

A third man has been arrested by Sussex Police investigating the death of a man who was hit by a lorry in Brighton.

Georgi Yaschuk, who was 23, died on Western Road in the early hours of Sunday 10th April. It's believed he was involved in a fight that spilled out on to the road before Georgi was struck by the lorry.

A 28-year-old man of no fixed address has been arrested on suspicion of murder. Two men, aged 27 and 24 from Hove, arrested on suspicion of murder on Sunday have been released on bail until June the 2nd.

"We are trying to build up a picture of the events which led to this man's death. We are still appealing for witnesses, particularly anyone who saw what happened before the fight."

– Detective Chief Inspector Tanya Jones, from the Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team
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