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Police search for man after poppy tin theft

Credit: Sussex Police

Police in Sussex are searching for a man they suspect of stealing a poppy tin from a Goring store on Remembrance Sunday.

At 1.50pm on Sunday 9 November the man, described as in his early 40s, of medium build, 5'10", wearing a beige baseball cap, dark blue coat and dark trousers with black shoes, entered the Co-op Store in The Boulevard, Goring.

A British Legion poppy collection tin from the tills area. Police are asking anyone who knows the man to contact them.

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HMS Lancaster wears poppy with pride

Crew of the HMS Lancaster on the flight deck create a red poppy Credit: Royal Navy
The bright red poppy on the HMS Lancaster Credit: Royal Navy

The red poppy has been a symbol of remembrance for those who have given their lives in the line of duty.

The crew of HMS Lancaster have shown their respect by creating a poppy on board the ship.

The company have taken time out of their busy patrols in the Caribbean to remember those who have died.

HMS Lancaster's Commanding Officer, Commander Steve Moorhouse said, "It is a great honour and a privilege for me and my ship's company to make this small gesture to those who have served and been affected by war and conflict.

"I hope this will help symbolise the eternal respect and honour that we all have for those who have made the ultimate sacrifice."