A man has been arrested after a window was smashed at the office of Hove MP Peter Kyle.
Sussex Police said that the damage to the Labour MP’s office was “not being treated as a targeted or political incident”.
Mr Kyle said that police had previously advised him to fit strengthened glass as a security measure at his office in Church Road, near Hove Town Hall.
Sussex Police said today (Tuesday 26 February): “Police received a report of a physical altercation between a group of people in Church Road, Hove, at around 2.25am on Sunday (24 February).
“During the altercation a window of a premises at the location was smashed.
“The broken window is not being treated as a targeted or political incident.
“A 27-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of criminal damage.
“He was released under investigation and inquiries are ongoing.”