Buxted teenager arrested following collision between van and motorcycle in Heathfield

A teenager from Buxted has been arrested in connection with a collision between a van and a motorcycle in Heathfield, Sussex Police have reported.
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Police said an off-duty officer witnessed a collision on the High Street and Springwood Road junction in Heathfield at around 4pm on November 15.

A motorcyclist reportedly collided with a van before making off from the scene, Sussex Police added.

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Following a foot pursuit, a 16-year-old boy from Buxted was detained, police reported.

A teenager from Buxted has been arrested in connection with a collision between a van and a motorcycle in Heathfield, Sussex Police have reported. Picture contributedA teenager from Buxted has been arrested in connection with a collision between a van and a motorcycle in Heathfield, Sussex Police have reported. Picture contributed
A teenager from Buxted has been arrested in connection with a collision between a van and a motorcycle in Heathfield, Sussex Police have reported. Picture contributed

Sussex Police said the teenager had been arrested on suspicion of theft of a motorcycle, driving without insurance, and failing to stop, and released on bail whilst the investigation continues.

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