Appeal over offensive graffiti

Photo courtesy of Sussex Police

Photo courtesy of Sussex Police

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Police have appealed for witnesses after a spate of graffiti in Mid-Sussex.

Unprovoked messages near Sayers Common and Albourne had been of a sexual nature and alluded to a resident’s family pet.

PCSO Joel Havicon said they caused ‘great distress’ and added: “The Neighbourhood Police Team at Burgess Hill has completed a letter drop to a large number of residents, put up anti-social behaviour signs and completed many hours of uniformed and plain-clothed surveillance in an effort to identify the offender.

“Our enquiries continue and I’d urge anyone with information to contact us by emailing 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or calling 101, quoting serial 1190 of 20/02.

“Alternatively they can contact the independent charity Crimerstoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 (www.crimestoppers-uk.org).”

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