Kent Police are concerned about a man reported missing from Dartford.
Jan Kolodziejczyk, 53, was last seen in the Heath Street area at around 9.10am on Friday 3 November.
Mr Kolodziejczyk is described as 5ft 9ins, medium build with grey hair and blue eyes, and is believed to be wearing a dark coloured jacket, dark green trousers and black shoes.
He is Polish and speaks limited English and officers are becoming increasingly concerned about his whereabouts.
Kent Police are appealing for witnesses following a report of an aggravated burglary in Dartford.
The incident happened at a property in Browning Road shortly before 8.30pm on Saturday 16 September.
It was reported that the victim, who is in his 60s, had his front door forced open before having jewellery stolen from inside.
The suspect is described as being a white man, 5ft 10in, and of muscular build.
The victim was not seriously injured but was taken to a local hospital as a precaution.
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There is queueing traffic with three lanes closed due to an accident involving four vehicles on the M25 QE2 Bridge. The incident has occurred clockwise from J31 A1306 (West Thurrock) to J1A A206 (Swanscombe). There is congestion on the M25 to J30 A13 (Lakeside / Tilbury).
Police are hunting a driver in Dartford who collided with a seven year old boy who needed hospital treatment.
The man who was travelling from the direction of St Vincent’s Road, did initially stop to check on injuries but is reported to have left the scene before details were exchanged.
He is described as being black and around 5ft 11ins tall with a skinny build. He is believed to be aged between 18 and 20 and was wearing a full grey tracksuit at the time.
The collision, involving a black Volkswagen Golf, happened at 2.27pm on Friday 21st July in Temple Hill Square.
The child was taken to hospital for treatment to his head, wrist and hip.
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Police have launched an investigation after a high value violin was stolen on board a train between Barnehurst, in Bexley and Dartford, in Kent.
The incident happened on 1st May at around 6pm.
A man boarded the train at Barnehurst and removed a violin which was in the overhead rack. The man then left the service at Dartford.
The item has since been returned to the owner but police still want to speak to the man in the CCTV image.
I am keen to speak to the man in the CCTV image as I believe he may have information that could help with the investigation. Thankfully the instrument has been reunited with its owner, but I am still keen to speak to the man in the CCTV image."
Anyone with any information should contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40 or text 61016 citing reference 190 – 31/05/2017.
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It is a sign of the times - large out of town shopping centres with free parking drawing shoppers away from struggling high streets.
Now that Bluewater in Kent has been granted permission to expand, there are fears about the effect it could have on local town centres in Gravesend and Dartford.
As Sarah Saunders reports.
Sarah spoke to shop owner, Kevin Cheema.
Two men in their 20's have died and another man has been airlifted to hospital following a crash on the A20 in Kent.
The collision happened in Eglantine Lane in Farmingham near Dartford just after 1:20am this morning.
Seven other people have been treated for less serious injuries.
Officers want to hear from anyone who saw a black Vauxhall Insignia with a 61 registration plate being driven on the A20 from the direction of Brands Hatch towards Swanley.
A blue Citreon Berlingo van and a white VW Polo were also involved in the collision.
The road was closed in both directions until 12.30pm while an investigation was carried out at the scene.