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These males were involved in an incident which occurred at Handy Corner Off Licence in East Park, Crawley about 4.10pm on Friday 18 January.
One suspect entered the store and asked the cashier for change which was refused, he then left the premises.  Two further males entered the shop, one of them walked to the back of the store while the other sprayed a fire extinguisher in the face of the cashier.
During the incident, two low value bottles of alcohol were stolen. 
Since the incident, two of the males have been arrested.

Wanted Man - Found

Brendan McCormack was circulated as Wanted, he has since been arrested by officers in Crawley.  McCormack, 25, of no fixed abode was wanted on recall to prison for breaching a court order.


Surrey and Sussex Police have praised the public’s willingness to ACT in response to the unprecedented terrorist threat, after it was revealed that the number of attacks across the UK foiled since March 2017 has risen to 18.

Counter Terrorism Policing across the UK have once again highlighted the importance of communities in the UK’s fight against terrorism by launching a new public information campaign, being be shown in UK cinemas and across police social media accounts.
The blockbuster sequel to last year’s ‘Communities Defeat Terrorism’ campaign will feature a new 60-second film based on real-life foiled plots, which will show examples of terrorist-related suspicious activity and behaviour, as well as attack planning methodology.
Airing across 120 cinemas nationwide, including Sussex, for the next eight weeks, the film will encourage people to report suspicious behaviour and activity via the confidential hotline - 0800 789 321. Click here for more.

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