A candlelit vigil has been held to remember a schoolgirl murdered 20 years ago in Kent.
Melissa Crook, her father and their baby son were killed in a house fire. Her ex-husband and an accomplice have been found guilty of murder.
Post mortem revealed victim died after suffering a blunt injury to her head
A fire in Littlehampton, where a man died, is now being treated as arson and murder.
Terry Davies, who was 24-years-old, lived in the property in South Terrace when the fire started on Thursday 12th September.
He sadly died from smoke inhalation.
It was originally believed the fire was started by an electrical fault but further investigations by the West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service has found that white spirit had been used instead.
The investigation has now been passed on to the Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team.
Detective Inspector John Wallace said, "A young man lost his life that night because someone started that fire in the property, a fire which could have cost the lives of other occupants who had to be rescued by firefighters.
"We need to find who is responsible."
Anyone with information is urged to contact the police on 101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting Operation Annexe.
A sixth person has been charged in connection with the murder of Gary Pocock on the Isle of Sheppey in August.
Officers were called on Wednesday 7th August to Warden Bay Road in Leysdown after a body was found on the beach between Little Groves caravan site and Isle of Sheppey Holiday Village.
A post mortem examination concluded Mr Pocock, 34, of Dagenham in East London, died of significant head injuries.
Five people were charged on suspicion of murder:
Now a sixth person, Lisa Terry, 32, of Grantham Road, Manor Park in Newham, has been arrested and charged with perverting the course of justice.
All six are due to appear for a plea and case management hearing at Maidstone Crown Court on 29th November.
A second man has been arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with the death of a woman in Worthing.
The 50-year-old was found in a flat on Victoria Road on Tuesday.
A post mortem examiniation has been carried out but further tests need to be made to determine how she died.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after the discovery of a woman's body in a flat in Worthing. Sussex Police were called shortly before 6pm yesterday after a 50-year old woman was found dead in her ground-floor flat in Heron Court, Victoria Road.
She was pronounced dead at the scene and the incident's being treated as suspicious.
A 34-year-old man was arrested the same evening at an address in Warwick Street, Worthing, on suspicion of murder, and is currently in custody. A post-mortem examination is expected to be carried out later today.
– Detective Inspector Wendy Burton, Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team
The inquiry is at an early stage and we have yet to establish the full circumstances. We would like to speak to anyone who may have seen or heard anything suspicious at Heron Court in the hours before we were contacted. We would also like to hear from anyone who saw an altercation between a man and a woman, who we believe is the deceased, in Bedford Row, a roadway off Warwick Street, sometime around 4pm on Tuesday afternoon."
Police are appealing for witnesses following the death of a man in Kent. The 45-year-old victim was found unconscious in a car park behind Europa House in Pound Way, Folkestone. He was taken to the Royal London Hospital where he was treated for significant head injuries, but died.
Two men arrested on suspicion of murder remain in custody.
A Kent Police spokesman said: "Police would like to hear from anyone who was in the area and witnessed anything suspicious."
Police have launched a murder investigation after a man died following an attack in a car park in Folkstone.
The 45-year-old victim was found unconscious in a car park behind Europa House in Pound Way on Saturday morning. He was taken to the Royal London Hospital where he was treated for serious head injuries, but he later died.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of murder and are currently in custody.
Three people arrested on Saturday on suspicion of assault have now been released, including one man who has been bailed pending further inquiries until 6th December.
Three people have been jailed for a total of 47 years over the murder of a homeless man in Sussex.
The body of 45-year-old Lea Williams was found on Hove seafront in February, where he'd been sleeping rough. Malcolm Shaw reports.
Two men and a woman have been jailed for a total of 47 years, in connection with the murder of a homeless man in Brighton. The body of Lea Williams was discovered on Hove seafront, where he'd been sleeping rough, in February.
Michael Clark, Edward Phillips and Lauren Bishop were found guilty on Friday November the 1st.
Two men have been found guilty of murdering a homeless man in Brighton, and a woman guilty of conspiracy to murder.
The body of Lea Williams was discovered on Hove seafront, where he'd been sleeping rough, in February. CCTV footage shows his attackers, after the murder, buying drinks to celebrate.
Andy Dickenson reports from Lewes Crown Court and speaks to Mr Williams' stepfather Colin Bray, daughter Kaylea Williams, and Det Ch Insp Ian Pollard.
The jury at Lewis Crown court heard how Lauren Bishop, Michael Clark and Edward Phillips, met up after and celebrated by buying and drinking alcohol on the seafront.
CCTV from the Londis store nearby showed Phillips and Clarke laughing and joking shortly after carrying what the court heard was a brutal, vicious and horrific attack.