Firefighters in West Sussex spent three hours tackling a blaze at a bungalow in Henfield last night. The property was severely damaged, but firefighters said that 'Thankfully, the bungalow was unoccupied at the time'.
UPDATE: We've now been able to scale down our firefighting operation at the bungalow in #Henfield. Two fire engines remain at the scene.
UPDATE: swift and skilled work by our crews have brought the bungalow fire in #Henfield under control quickly.
Police wish to talk to two men who may be witnesses to a rape in Steine Street, Brighton, on Saturday morning.
CCTV shows three people - a woman and two men - all walking separately, enter the narrow street leading towards the seafront moments after a man had led a 27-year-old woman there and raped her.
Detective Sergeant Emma Vickers said:
"We have already spoken to a woman but wish to talk to these two men pictured on CCTV in the street at the time. They could be witnesses and we are asking them or anyone who was in or near the street between 8.45am and 9.15am on Saturday to call us on 101, email email@example.com quoting serial 407 of 25/10 or call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111."
The luxury car manufacturer, Rolls Royce, is designing a new convertible model that will be made at it's site in Goodwood in West Sussex. It will go on sale by mid-2016 - its price could be up to £250,000. A record number of Rolls Royce cars were sold from January to June.
A water sprout tornado was seen over the weekend across West Sussex.
It is thought the unusual weather is due to the warm weather and humidity we've experienced recently.
The water tornado that was seen over Sussex at the weekend was an unusual sight for residents.
Just as the name implies, tornadic waterspouts start as tornadoes do, from intense, rotating thunderstorms and generally happen in warm temperatures with high humidity.
Thank you to Dawn Kee for this photo of a waterspout taken in Selsey, West Sussex a short time ago. http://t.co/D8jMRhloLA
This dramatic picture was taken byAngela Daltrey who lives just off the beach at Selsey,- a town all too familiar with the force of tornados, having been hit several times in recent years. The lifeboat was launched as a precaution.