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Witnesses are being sought after a man was assaulted in Sheerness.
Increased patrols are taking place after bricks are reported to have been thrown at motorists from bridges in Sawpit Road and Ruins Barn Road.
Kent Police was called to the incident at 12.33pm on Sunday 19 September 2021 when a black Honda CB 1300 was involved in a collision with a grey Vauxhall Corsa.
A blue Volkswagen Polo is reported to have been stolen from a motorist while they travelled on the A251 towards Ashford.
Four individuals, who are described as being males in their mid to late teens, are said to have verbally abused the woman in Bourne Place, off St Michael’s Road, between 8.40pm and 9pm on Monday 16 August 2021.
PCSOs on patrol in Upchurch acted quickly to assist a cyclist who had fallen from their bike.
The livestock were found dead in Church Lane on the night of Sunday 8 and Monday 9 August 2021.
At around 9.30am on Monday 2 August 2021, a man is reported to have sexually assaulted a woman inside a High Street business before indecently exposing himself to two other people.
The property has been closed after persistent anti-social behaviour led to Kent Police being called to the address 23 times.
Between 19 and 25 July 2021, officers across the county participated in a national awareness week which is backed by the Home Office and National Police Chiefs' Council.
The incident, which involved a red Ford Fiesta and white Peugeot Partner, took place in Brielle Way and was reported to Kent Police at 7.41am on Wednesday 14 July 2021.
Burglars, robbers and weapon carriers have received more than 1,000 years in prison sentences thanks to the Chief Constable's Crime Squad.
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