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Can you guess how many speeding offences we recorded over the bank holiday weekend? The results may shock you… Find out more, including how, where and why we provided speeding education and enforcement http://orlo.uk/ejO2M #SpeedKills
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Have you seen missing teenager Zak Craven? The 15-year-old boy has been missing from his home in #Brighton since Tuesday (May 26). He was last seen wearing a grey hooded top, white and black shirt, navy jeans and black trainers. Read more http://orlo.uk/ktr6h