Sussex Police have released this image of a boy they believe may have been involved in the damage of a roof and a car in Seaford after a group of youngsters went free running.
They have received a number of reports and want to warn them of the dangers of climbing on roofs in the town centre.
The boy pictured is thought to have been involved in damaging the roof of St Leonard's Church Hall roof and a nearby car.
PCSO Daniel Turk said, "We have had several complaints about youngsters climbing onto buildings in and around Broad Street and it has been suggested that they are taking part in 'free running', which can include jumping from one building to another.
"Not only is this dangerous, but it can cause damage to the buildings. We are concerned that somebody might fall and seriously hurt themselves or dislodge more tiles and masonry and injure somebody on the ground.
"We are keen to hear from anybody who knows the identity of those responsible so we can put a stop to it before somebody does get hurt or more damage is caused."
Anyone with information should contact Sussex Police on 101 quoting serial number 1172 of 04/07.
Hundreds of pounds worth of fishing equipment has been stolen from a shed in Seaford.
Between 5.30pm on Thursday and 5.15pm on Friday the padlock of a shed in Ringmer Road was forced open and a large quantity of carp and sea fishing equipment was taken.
This included three Shimano rods and reels as well as a quantity of other carp fishing equipment including Delkim bait alarms.
Also stolen were two Daiwa Sandstorm sea fishing rods as well as two Abu Ambassadeur reels, seats, landing nets and tackle boxes.
The total value of the items taken is thought to have been about £1800.
We're keen to speak to anyone who might have seen or heard people interfering with the shed or getting inside it. We'd also like to speak to anyone who is offered the chance to buy any of the stolen equipment."
Sussex Police are becoming increasingly concerned over the welfare of a 77-year-old man who has gone missing from Seaford.
Richard John Wise was last seen as 3pm on Sunday 29th December and is thought to be disappeared between then and 8pm when he left the house.
Mr Wise is unsteady on his feet, usually walking with the aid of a stick, and has mental health issues.
He has not been eating or drinking and has been prescribed anti-depressants and pain-killers which he needs to take regularly.
Inspector Philip Hogan, of Sussex Police said: "Richard's family are very worried because it is out of character for him to leave home on his own and without giving any indication of where he is going.
"The weather conditions are poor and Richard's health will deteriorate quickly unless he can be found."
Kulvinder Ghir, who appeared alongside Bhattacharjee in Much Ado about Nothing, told the paper: “Paul’s death is shocking. There is a sense of disbelief because he had so much energy in him.”
Police recovered the body of the Casino Royale and EastEnders actor, 53, early yesterday near cliffs in East Sussex.
Ghir, who starred in Bend it Like Beckham and sketch show Goodness Gracious Me, said: “Paul really spoke through the tremendous body of his work. He really tried to take on roles that he could work with and develop a message about."
A border terrier had a lucky escape after falling from a 150ft cliff top. Eight-month-old Lola chased a blackbird off the edge, but survived without a scratch!
Lola was running at Splash Point in Seaford, Sussex, when she ran after the bird - straight off the cliff - and plummeted into the sea. Her owner Clare Callard was watching as Lola disappeared from view.
Clare feared the worst, but then another walker spotted Lola trying to swim to safety.