A man has been jailed for 6 years for using gas canisters to blow open a petrol station cash machine in Old Oxted.
22-year-old Mason Lindsay along with another man tried to rob the ATM on the High Street in March, but fled in a car with fake number plates after they couldn’t get the money out.
A 24-year-old man remains under investigation after being released following his arrest.
Crawley Town host recently promoted Brighton and Hove Albion tomorrow (22nd July) in their latest pre-season friendly.
With 2 weeks to go until their first League clash against Port Vale on the 5th August, new Head Coach Harry Kewall says he and the players are learning a lot in their warm-up games and overall he’s happy.
The Reds will be hoping to build on Tuesday’s (18th July) 4-2 win over Dulwich Hamlet.
Kick off is at 3pm.
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3 parks in Crawley have won awards for being among the best in the UK.
Tilgate Park picked up the Green Flag accolade for the 16th year running, while for Goffs Park and Memorial Gardens it was their 10th successful year.
The scheme run by the charity Keep Britain Tidy rewarded the green spaces for their high environmental standards, beautiful maintenance and visitor facilities.
You can see a list of all the winners on the Green Flag Awards website: http://www.greenflagaward.org.uk/
A woman has been found unconscious in a bungalow fire in Three Bridges.
The woman was taken to East Surrey Hospital with burns and smoke inhalation after emergency services were called to Pondwood Road at around 10:45 yesterday morning.
An investigation is now underway into the cause.
Around 30 cars are still missing after they were booked into a private parking company at Gatwick.
120 cars have been retrieved from various sites across Sussex and Surrey after they weren’t returned to passengers by Gatwick First Parking, but some still haven’t been found.
The firm isn’t approved by the airport and now appears to have shut down.
Trading Standards are searching for the remaining vehicles after their keys were found in the company’s office in Surrey.