A month on and Sussex Police are still asking for assistance in identifying a man who exposed himself to a young girl in Crawley.
The incident occurred just after 4 o’clock the afternoon of March 19th on Ifield Avenue.
The man was riding a bike and as he passed the 12 year-old girl, he exposed himself. He later passed her again, indecently assaulting her.
The suspect is described as white with tanned skin, dark blonde collar-length curtain hair with bits of grey, and stubble.
An e-fit can be viewed on the Sussex Police website at
Crawley Borough Council have identified a potential site for a new cemetery.
The site is on council owned land at the guides campsite at little trees, and the new cemetery could provide space for 50 years.
However the proposed site needs further assessment and investigations before it can be considered as a suitable location.
Over the coming weeks the council will carry out investigations such as a traffic impact assessment to investigate current traffic movements in the area and A habitat survey.
A Community Action day is being held by East Grinstead Firefighters.
Older people in the area are being invited to attend the Fire Station on London Road on Saturday (26th April) between 10am and 3pm.
Home Fire Safety Checks, disability services, free health checks and dementia awareness, will be among the subjects covered along with a host of information from local organisations and charities.
For more information about the event, call East Grinstead Fire Station on 01243 752581.
A man in his 30s has been arrested in connection with a sexual assault on a young woman in Redhill.
She was walking along Park Road around 8.30pm last Saturday week when a man approached her from behind and indecently touched her over her clothing.
The man was arrested last Thursday and remains in police custody at this time.
Crawley Town had a busy Easter weekend with 2 matches over the holiday period. After a good home 2-1 victory on Good Friday against Leyton Orient, the Reds went down 1-0 at Notts County yesterday afternoon. They’re now on 55 points and safe from the drop in League One.
Also confirmed safe are Premier League Crystal Palace after their 1 nil away win at West Ham on Saturday took them to 43 points.
Elsewhere, Redhill had a mixed weekend, winning 2 – 1 away at Tooting and Mitcham on Saturday, but going down 3-2 at home to Sittingbourne yesterday. Likewise, Merstham had a good game on Saturday beating Herne Bay 3 -1 but lost 3 -2 at Folkstone Invicta yesterday. Crawley Down Gatwick had a poor holiday weekend succumbing 5-2 at Sittingbourne on Saturday and 6 nil at home on Bank Holiday Monday. And Three Bridges also had a mixed Easter losing 3-2 at home on Saturday to Folkstone but coming out 4-2 winners at Whitstable yesterday.
Finally, South Park won both their Easter matches, with a 2-0 victory at Epsom and Ewell and victory against Horley Town by a similar margin at home. Horley Town’s Saturday match ended in a 2-1 defeat by Westfield.