A youtube video has been produced in a bid to help find a missing man from Crawley, three months after he first disappeared. Jean Leveque who's 42 was last seen on the 8th of May.
He lives in Hawth Close in Crawley but is often seen in the town centre and the Three Bridges area. However three months on from his disappearance Sussex Police have worked with his sister Marie to produce a plea to him on You Tube.
"Jean and I are very close. We grew up in Mauritius and after I moved to Crawley he joined me in 2008. Before he disappeared we spoke several times a week. If I didn't call him for a couple of days he would come and see me. Jean is very shy. He wouldn't approach people for help if he didn't know them."
Jean is black with short black hair and a pierced right ear. When he was last seen he was wearing a fleece jacket and jeans.
"We are very concerned for Jean as he has never been out of touch with Marie for so long. If you know where Jean is or have any information about where he is, please get in contact with us and share the plea from Marie on You Tube. Anyone with information should call 101 quoting serial 1251 of 22/5, email email@example.com or call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111."
A major water main in Crawley has burst today, causing chaos for residents in the area.
West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service were called to reports of the burst water main in Regents Close at around 10am this morning.
15 homes have been affected and two houses have been flooded.
The fire service pumped flood water away from the properties.
The water main has now been isolated and the fire service has left the scene.
He'd been in the country for only a few days when he was attacked and killed on the streets of Crawley.
Today a 24-year-old man was jailed for life for murdering Joao Esteves, a Portuguese national who had travelled to England for a job interview.
Daniel Palmer filmed the attack on his mobile phone and sent pictures boasting of what he'd done. A friend who saw them alerted the police.
Tom Savvides has our report with an interview with Detective Chief Inspector Jason Taylor of Sussex Police.
Joao Esteves, 45, from Lisbon in Portugal, had travelled to Britain from Portugal for a job interview but did not have anywhere to stay and was preparing to sleep rough for the night before catching a return flight home from Gatwick.
His body was found at 3.25am on 19 January.
"Palmer carried out a cowardly and vicious attack on Joao Esteves, who had done nothing to provoke him.
He refused to answer questions about the attack but we were able to prove with CCTV, DNA evidence and witnesses that he caused Mr Esteves terrible injuries.
Palmer later claimed that he had only acted in self defence, despite the fact that he assaulted Mr Esteves at two different locations.
He even took photographs and filmed his victim after he had carried out the attack that he sent to friends almost as a trophy, as if to brag about what he had done.
Mr Esteves was an innocent visitor to Sussex who had the misfortune to come across a violent thug who took his life."
The jury at Lewes Crown Court was shown CCTV footage of Daniel Palmer helping Joan Esteves away from Kwik Fit. The footage shows the men going into the alleyway a few hundred metres away together before Palmer is later seen leaving the area on his own.
A 24-year-old man has been convicted of battering to death a Portuguese man he found wandering the streets in Crawley.
Daniel Palmer repeatedly punched Joao Esteves, 45, on the forecourt of Kwik Fit, off Haslett Avenue East, on Saturday 18 January before leading his victim to a nearby alleyway where he continued with the assault.
He filmed the injured Mr Esteves using his mobile phone after the attack.
The body of Mr Esteves, from the Lisbon area of Portugal, was found on 19 January. He was taken to hospital suffering from serious head injuries but died later.
Mr Esteves had travelled to Britain from Portugal for a job interview but did not have anywhere to stay and was preparing to sleep rough for the night before catching a return flight home from Gatwick.
Palmer was jailed for life and told he would serve a minimum of 15 years.
Firefighters are due to return to a house on Gorse Close in Crawley later to reinspect the site of a fire. The building was almost entirely destroyed after the blaze on Thursday evening.
There are no reports of any injuries. Up to thirty firefighters from West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service tackled the fire at its height.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a serious crash in Crawley, injuring two people.
Emergency services were called to Breezehurst Drive in Bewbush at around 2:45am this morning to a car that had collided with a tree.
The car had lost control, hit the central reservation and then into the tree.
The driver, a 21-year-old man from Crawley and his passenger, who is 25-years-old and from Twekesbury, were both taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital with serious injuries.
Anyone with information should call 101 quoting Operation Packard.
Police are concerned for the welfare of missing teenager Jessica Pusey from Crawley. Jessica, 13, of Warren Drive, was last seen on Saturday at 9pm outside her home.
Police believe she maybe in the Brighton area as she has family and friends there. Jessica is described as white, 5' 3", with shoulder length brown hair, blue eyes and well built. She was last seen wearing a black hoodie and grey tracksuit bottoms.
PC Ben Whitehead said: "We are concerned for the welfare of Jessica because of her age. If you have seen her or know of her whereabouts, please contact police." Ring 101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting serial 1640 of 07/06.