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CCTV image released of alleged cash register thief

Police released CCTV after money was snatched from a till during an incident in the Lidl Quarry Hill Road

03 November 2017

Police have issued CCTV images of a man wanted over the theft of a cash from a Kent supermarket.

Cocaine discovery after vehicle stopped

Stock picture.

02 November 2017

Two people were arrested on drugs offences after a vehicle stop check led to the discovery of cocaine nearby.


Helicopter scrambled during 30-mile police chase

A Royal Mail van was used in the burglary

02 November 2017

A Royal Mail van was stolen after tools valued at around £4,000 were pinched from a warehouse.


'Queen of Benefits' husband's co-accused cleared of theft

Cheryl and Robert Prudham

01 November 2017

A cash collector accused with the estranged husband of “Queen of Benefits” Cheryl Prudham of stealing money from car parks has been acquitted.

Warning over 'bogus' caller

Residents are warned to be on guard against bogus callers

01 November 2017

Residents are warned to be on their guard after a suspected bogus caller tried to gain entry to an OAP's home.

Pair will not face re-trial over rough sleeper's death

Giles Metcalfe

01 November 2017

Two men accused of killing a rough sleeper by dousing him in lighter fluid and setting him alight as he slept in a car park will not face a re-trial.


Lloyds Pharmacy jobs at risk

Lloyds Pharmacy, High Street, Cranbrook

30 October 2017

Fifty Kent pharmacies are at risk as a high street giant prepares to axe stores across England.


Ringing changes at firm alarm firm snapped up by Tory peer

Tonbridge-based dB Audio and Electronic Services installs, services and maintains fire detection systems

30 October 2017

A fire protection business has been acquired by an investment company backed by Lord Ashcroft.

The hottest tickets around

Check out a fireworks display near you

29 October 2017

Add some sparkle to your weekend as we round up the finest firework and most banging bonfire night displays across Kent.

Train delays clear after lorry hits bridge

Train services were disrupted. Stock picture

27 October 2017

There was disruption on a Kent train line after a lorry struck a bridge.

'Catfish' woman sobs as she is jailed

Emily Timms: posed a man to trick teenage girls

26 October 2017

A 23-year-old woman has been sent to prison after pretending to be a man to get teenage girls to perform sex acts.

Police quiz teenager over car theft fears

Officers have charged two men. Stock picture

25 October 2017

A boy aged 15 was arrested today after residents saw him acting suspiciously around their parked cars.

Probe into death of maggot-infested patient

The review made a number of care recommendations. Picture: Getty Images/Yang Wenshuang/iStockphoto

24 October 2017

The death of a nursing home resident who refused life-saving treatment has prompted a review of the way vulnerable adults are safeguarded.


Jail for firestarter cafe boss who put scores of lives at risk

Mason-Flucke has been jailed after the arson. Picture: Kent Police

24 October 2017

A cafe boss who started a fire at a block of flats which threatened scores of lives is behind bars after a "moment of madness".


Councils 'overpaying' for staff mileage

Four councils in Kent have been accused of paying more than they need for staff mileage allowances

24 October 2017

Four authorities in Kent have been accused of wasting taxpayers' money by paying over the odds for car mileage expense claims.


Cannabis farm minder jailed

Nicholas Cox. Picture: Kent Police

23 October 2017

A father minding a cannabis factory was caught lying down on the job when police raided a remote £829,000 house, a court heard.


Watchdog investigates man's death in police custody

Tonbridge Police Station. Picture: Google Maps

20 October 2017

A police watchdog has launched an investigation into the death of a 29-year-old man at a Kent police station just hours after he was arrested.

'I've seen bigger things on a cocktail stick'

Ryan Giles was jailed after exposing himself. Picture: Kent Police

18 October 2017

A serial flasher was dealt the ultimate put down when he exposed himself to a service station worker.

Bank marks 15 years

Charity Bank celebrated its 15th birthday this week

18 October 2017

Staff gathered at ethical lender Charity Bank to celebrate its 15th birthday.

Stop checks catch out drivers

Police are hunting a doorstep flasher Stock picture

17 October 2017

Drivers were caught out after police deployed numberplate recognition technology in Kent towns.

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