A man is wanted for questioning in relation to an incident in Tandridge.
Officers from Surrey Police have been searching for 55 year-old Glenn Trevor Williams but have so far been unsuccessful. It is believed he may have connections in Sussex.
Mr Williams is described as a white man, 5ft 10ins tall and of a large build.
Detectives want to speak with him in connection with a domestic related incident.
A garage in Warninglid has been destroyed by fire.
Fire crews from Haywards Heath, Horsham and Crawley were called to the blaze in Warninglid Lane Monday afternoon.
Two propane cylinders had to be removed from the garage and cooled using a hose reel.
The fire is thought to have been accidental.
Crawley is preparing to commemorate the 70th anniversary of VE day.
8th May celebrates the end of six years of war across Europe: 1939 – 1945.
There is a service planned in the Memorial Gardens followed by a 1940s style vintage tea party in Northgate from 4 o’clock. A beacon will then be lit in Tilgate Park in the evening.
A two-minute silence will be observed at 3 o’clock.
A hospital radio station has celebrated a milestone.
Radio Redhill has been recognised by the Hospital Broadcasting Association for 40 years of service to hospital radio and the community.
The station is based at East Surrey Hospital having first broadcast to patients at Redhill General Hospital on Christmas Day 1974. Regular broadcasts commenced the following year.
Three people have been arrested in connection with an ongoing operation into organised crime in Crawley.
Just after midday on Friday officers from Sussex Police and the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit arrested two men in their twenties and a teenage woman on suspicion of conspiracy to prevent the course of public justice linked to serious organised crime.
They also carried out warrants in Eddington Hill; Five Acres and Maidenbower.