A 30-year-old man from Brighton has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder by police investigating the multiple stabbing of a woman in the early hours of Saturday (March 28).
The alarm was raised at 12.08am when a neighbour entered a property in Meadowview and discovered blood.
Around the same time a 19-year-old woman who was suffering from multiple stab wounds, got on to a bus close by.
The man was arrested after being spotted by a member of the public and a passing off-duty police officer in Coombe Road around 4.10pm on Saturday.
The woman injured in the attack remains in a serious, but stable condition in the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton.
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A 19 year-old woman is in a serious condition in hospital after being stabbed multiple times.
She was attacked by a man believed to be her partner at an address on Meadowview in Brighton.
The victim managed to escape the property and ran onto a bus for help.
The suspect is currently being sought by Sussex Police. He is described as a 30 year-old black male, wearing a black jumper. His clothes are likely to be bloodstained.
Police are looking for St Leonards man Nicola Menga who is wanted on recall to prison.
35 year-old Menga is wanted after breaching his licence conditions on Thursday 26th of March. He was sentenced in January 2013 to four years and one month imprisonment for burglary.
He is described as white, 6' 1" tall, of medium build with short dark brown hair.
Nicola Menga has links across Hastings and St Leonards but has been known to frequent Eastbourne. We are keen to hear from anyone who has knowledge of where he is.
Police are appealing for information to an arson attack in Angmering that forced a family with a baby to flee their home.
Shortly before 4am on Wednesday 25th of March the family of four were woken by a neighbour who alerted them to a fire in the garden of their home in Decoy Drive.
The fire destroyed two sheds and damaged two mopeds that had been stored alongside. Firefighters managed to stop the fire spreading to the home.
We believe the fire was started deliberately so need to speak to anyone who saw or heard anyone acting suspiciously in Decoy Drive late on Tuesday night or early on Wednesday morning.
This has been a very upsetting incident for the family, especially as they have two young children.
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