The father of a British man murdered in Thailand believes his son had stepped in to help his fellow victim, Hannah Witheridge from Norfolk, when they were both killed.
It is the country's biggest supermarket chain and until today appeared to have an ever growing number of stores in the region but now Tesco is to mothball one of its brand new shops in Cambridgeshire.
The store at Chatteris was due to open in November and construction work is well underway but now it is all going to be boarded up. It is a decision that has not gone down well in the town.
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During the inquest of the Stevenage man shot in an execution-style killing in Libya the coroner says he was simply "in the wrong place at the wrong time".
Mark Fane De Salis, who used only the last part of his surname, was an engineer working in the country when his body was found alongside that of his girlfriend on a beach near Tripoli in January.
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Police are urging dog owners to review their security following an attempted break-in at a property in Norfolk where a number of dogs are kept.
The attempt took place overnight between Saturday 20 September and Sunday 21 September at the property in Walpole Highway.
Offender(s) attempted to force entry into an outbuilding, however no entry was gained and nothing was stolen.
Anyone who would like advice about ways to protect their property can visit http://www.norfolk.police.uk/ or call 101 and ask to speak to their local Safer Neighbourhood Team.
Anyone with information regarding this attempted break-in is asked to contact Downham Market Police Station on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Police in Luton are seeking help to track down a man they describe as a "potential rapist".
The man assaulted a woman in an alley between Dunsmore Road and Milton Road last Wednesday afternoon.
He grabbed her but she managed to break free and run away. Her attacker was white, with a tattoo on the left side of his neck.
Anyone with information relating to this incident can contact DC Mirian Khajavelidze in confidence, at Bedfordshire Police on 101, or text information to 07786 200011.
Alternatively you can contact the independent crime fighting charity, Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
Detectives investigating an assault which took place in Southend have issued CCTV images of four people they would like to speak to in connection with the incident.
It happened in the early hours of Monday 18 August in Short Street. A 20-year-old man was on his way home from at night out at the Churchill's Bar in the town when he was approached by a group of men who started assaulting him, knocking him to the ground, where he continued to be punched and kicked.
The victim, who is in his 20s and lives locally, returned home but was admitted to hospital a few days later when his condition worsened. Doctors found that he had a fractured skull and a bleed on the brain.
The attack happened in Essex Street, near the junction with Chichester Road at around 2am. It is believed to have been an unprovoked attack.
Anyone who recognises the four men from the CCTV images taken from a Southend takeaway store is asked to contact Pc Chris Flynn at Southend CID via Essex Police 101 or they can contact independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
A man from Bedfordshire who was shot dead with his girlfriend on a beach in Libya was in the wrong place at the wrong time, a coroner has said.
Mark Fane de Salis, 48, was found face-down on a beach near Tripoli on January 2.
His inquest heard that he and his girlfriend Lynn Howie, a New Zealander, were shot in the back of the head.
Senior coroner for Bedfordshire and Luton Tom Osborne, who recorded a conclusion of unlawful killing, told the hearing at Ampthill, Bedfordshire: "It seems Mark was working to restore infrastructure in Libya. It was unfortunate he was in the wrong place at the wrong time."
The dead man, originally from Shefford, was living in the North African country and working for First Engineering Group as a power station project manager.
Both he and his girlfriend had gunshot wounds to the head.
Detective Sergeant Andy Phillips from New Scotland Yard said the Foreign Office asked the police to act as a conduit between Britain and Libya.
Neither the Metropolitan Police nor the Libyan authorities had been able to ascertain who was responsible for the deaths.
Foreign Office advice at the time was not to travel to Libya and even local police said it was an area where they would not go.
It was a totally motiveless crime, he said.
Photos taken from their camera showed the couple had been out to look at Roman ruins then had a picnic on the beach.
The father of the British man murdered in Thailand believes his son had stepped in to help his fellow victim when they were both brutally killed on an island.
Ian Miller said it was in his 24-year-old son David's character to help, and claimed that was probably the circumstance when he and Hannah Witheridge were murdered in Koh Tao a week ago.
He told the Daily Mail: "It has become clearer and clearer that it is quite likely David was stepping in to help a girl who was in trouble.
"That would be absolutely in his character."
The opening of a new multi-million pound Tesco store in Cambridgeshire has been put on hold.
The store in Chatteris near Ely was due to open in November, but it will now be boarded up until further notice. It was expected to create 250 new jobs.
Meanwhile, four executives at Tesco have been suspended after the supermarket giant admitted it overstated its profits guidance to the City by £250 million.
Shares in Britain's biggest grocery chain dived to their lowest level in 11 years as the revelation triggered its third profits warning in as many months.
The supermarket refused to confirm reports that UK managing director Chris Bush is among the four members of staff suspended while the accountancy firm Deloitte carries out an "independent and comprehensive" review.
The investigation, which centres on when Tesco reports the income it receives from suppliers, was brought to the attention of Tesco's general counsel by a whistleblower on Friday.
The company carried out a preliminary investigation over the weekend before issuing its profits warning earlier today.