An argument over sachets of ketchup culminated in an assault.
Two suspects entered the Oceans Fish Bar in New Street, Horsham on November 5th. The men were asked to leave by staff after a disagreement over paying for the ketchup and the suspects became abusive.
The men returned later, got the owner in a headlock and punched him in the face.
Both men are described as white and approximately 5ft 5 inches tall. One man was in his early 20s, of a large build with blond curly hair. The other is of a skinny build with short brown hair and a spotty complexion.
An attempted robbery in Crawley has left a woman with multiple minor injuries.
The assault happened shortly after 5 o’clock Saturday afternoon between Andromda Close and Harmony Close in Bewbush.
The victim, in her 40s, was approached by two men. One attempted to grab her handbag and the other pushed her to the floor.
The first suspect was described as white, in his late teens and wearing square-framed glasses and a black duffel coat with the hood up. The description of the second suspect is unknown.
In League 2, Crawley Town won 3-0 at home to Crewe Alexandra on Saturday. Josh Payne and Joe McNerney scored their first goals of the season before Dannie Bulman added a third in stoppage time.
East Grinstead Town gained three points after beating Sittingbourne 2-1 at East Court in the Bostik South East Division. Three Bridges lost 3-2 away to Bognor Regis Town.
Redhill remain in third place in the Combined Counties Premier Division, winning 3-2 to Hanworth Villa at Kiln Brow. Horley Town won 3-2 at home to Colliers Wood.
Two men have been arrested for vehicle interference in Horsham.
Officers had received a report of two men trying car door handles. Darion Bates pleaded guilty to two counts of vehicle interference at Crawley Magistrates Court on 14th November. He was remanded in custody and is due to stand trial at Horsham Magistrates’ Court on 7th January.
A 53 year old man of no fixed address was also arrested on suspicion of vehicle interference and being equipped for the theft of a motor vehicle. He was later released under investigation.
The M25 was closed yesterday morning anticlockwise between Godstone and Sevenoaks following a collision involving seven vehicles.
The incident occurred just before 9 am. All emergency services attended the scene. The Surrey Roads Policing Unit urged drivers to observe lane closure signs. They stated on social media that they could not get further resources to the scene as the carriageway was blocked by drivers ignoring the closure signs. A diversion was in place via the A25 eastbound through Oxted. There were severe traffic delays in the area.
There is no further information on the condition of those involved in the accident.