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Horsham Weekly Bulletin

Alert message sent 29/08/2017 12:57:00

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29th August 2017


News and appeals

 

Officers keen to identify driver of car in connection with Five Oaks fatal collision

Police are keen to trace the driver of this car (please follow link to see the vehicle) in connection with a fatal collision in Five Oaks.

The dark coloured vehicle – possibly a BMW, a Vauxhall or an Alfa Romeo – was captured on CCTV driving east out of Five Oaks on the A264 on Thursday (17 August).

At about 8.10pm, a green Ford Focus also travelling east came off the carriageway and into woodland, ending up on its roof. No other vehicles were involved in the collision.

19-year-old Fraser Hallam, from Pulborough, who was a passenger in the Focus, was sadly pronounced dead at the scene. A second passenger, a 19-year-old man from Billingshurst, suffered serious injuries.

The driver, a 22-year-old man from Billingshurst, sustained minor injuries. He was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and has been released under investigation.

Sergeant Alan Spicer, of the Serious Collision Investigation Unit, said: “We would like to speak to the driver of this unknown vehicle which was travelling east on the A264 just prior to the collision. They may hold vital information which could assist in our investigation.”

If you saw what happened, or if you are the driver of the pictured vehicle, or if you saw the Focus being driven in the area beforehand, please email collision.appeal@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101 quoting Operation Zuber

https://sussex.police.uk/news/officers-keen-to-identify-driver-of-car-in-connection-with-five-oaks-fatal-collision/

 

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Crime summary

 Burglaries of note;

 

Reference: 0644 of 19/08/2017

Location: Smithbarn Horsham

Date and time: Between 18th and 19th August

Details: Entry was gained to a property by breaking a window in the door, then reaching in to unlock the door. Cash and jewellery were stolen.

Reference: 1064 of 23 /08/2017

Location: Sandeman Way Horsham

Date and time: Between 0830 and 1730 on the 23rd August

Details: It is unknown how entry was gained to a property. Jewellery, Motorcycles and bicycles stolen.

 

Other than Dwelling

 

Reference: 0234 of 22/08/20107

Location: Horsham Road Rusper

Date and time: On the 21st August at 1700

Details: Entry was gained to a shed and a bicycle was stolen

Reference: 1080 of 22/08/2017

Location: Pond Tail Road Horsham

Date and time: Between 19th and 22nd August

Details: Two bicycles were stolen from a garage

 



 
 

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