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Missing man needs medication

Milosz Sarota has been missing since yesterday afternoon Credit: Kent Police

Police are concerned for the welfare of a Tunbridge Wells man who has been missing since 4.30 yesterday afternoon from his home in Liptraps Lane.

The 28 year old man needs medication for a medical condition.

Milosz Sarota is described as white, 5 feet 8 inches tall, about 11 stone and of slight build with very short fair hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a black Regatta jacket, dark grey trousers and black Nike shoes.

He has a tattoo on his right upper arm. If anyone sees Milosz or knows of his whereabouts they’re asked to call police on 101.

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Man jailed after road rage attack

Tunbridge Wells, east peckham, kent
Brian Deacon has been jailed for two years Credit: Kent Police

A 36 year-old man has been jailed for two years for assaulting a pensioner in Tunbridge Wells in a road rage attack.

Brian Deacon, of Westwood Road, East Peckham, was riding his motorcycle when a 4x4 vehicle pulled out in front of him, causing him to brake hard.

He chased the vehicle, sounding his horn and flashing his lights, before pulling in front of the 4x4 and causing the driver to stop.

Deacon approached the vehicle and snatched the 76 year-old victim’s walking stick, snapped it and assaulted him with it.

Tunbridge Wells v Spennymoor Town : The goals

A last gasp goal denied Tunbridge Wells the chance to take the FA Vase Final into extra time at Wembley. Cheered on by more than twelve thousand fans from the town they lost 2-1 to Spennymoor Town .

Gavin Cogdon gave the North East side a first half lead but "The Wells'" hopes were raised when Josh Stanford equalised with twelve minutes of normal times left. But they weren't level for long as the Northern league team claimed the winner through Keith Graydon.

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Fans delighted as Tunbridge Wells head for Wembley

It's a big day for Tunbridge Wells Credit: ITV News Meridian

Tunbridge Wells are playing at Wembley today. The Kent League side is taking around 10,000 fans with them for the FA Vase final. They're usually watched by just a couple of hundred. But tomorrow's meeting with Spennymoor Town on the hallowed turf is the biggest game in their 126-history.

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