Police are appealing for information after a man was bitten by a dog in a Bedford Park.
The dog, which is described as a white and black Staffordshire bull terrier, was off its leash when it ran towards a man and bit him in the ankle.
It happened on a recreation ground near Cranbourne Close at 7.30am on Friday (14 October).
Officers are keen to trace the dog's owner. He's described as white and he spoke with an eastern European accent.
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Police have released CCTV images of two people they'd like to speak following a theft from an elderly woman in Bedford.
The woman's purse, passport and bank book were stolen while she was shopping at the Iceland supermarket on Midland Road.
It happened at around midday on 30 September.
Officers are appealing for witnesses.
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Bedfordshire police are appealing for help in finding a missing teenage boy who hasn’t been seen since last week.
15-year-old Theo Cranfield has been missing from his home in Spalding since last Thursday, 29 September. He was seen in Bedfordshire on Monday, 3 October but has not been seen since.
It is believed that he is in the Bedford area.
A Bedford woman has been issued a fine of £125 after cycling through the main pedestrian area of Bedford town centre and failing to pay the Fixed Penalty Notice of £75.
Ms Blackaby failed to pay the Public Space Protection Order and was prosecuted after failing to attend Bedford Magistrates Court. She was ordered to pay a total cost of £125.
The Public Space Protection Order restricts cyclists from riding bikes through the main pedestrian area of Bedford Town Centre between 9am and 6pm.
"Cycling is a great way to get active and help the environment; however, cyclists must act in a safe and appropriate manner at all times and respect the laws that are in place for everyone’s safety."
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Bedford prison has been branded "Unsafe, overcrowded and understaffed" following a critical report by inspectors.
Standards at the jail have fallen to "unacceptable levels" leaving inmates more likely to be able to get hold of illegal drugs than bed sheets.
A report found the number of prisoners saying it was easy to get drugs had almost doubled since the last inspection two years ago.
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Inmates at Bedford prison claimed it was easier to get drugs that clothes or bedsheets - according to a report from the chief inspector of prisons.
A survey of prisoners found that the number who found it easy, or very easy to get drugs, had doubled.
The report says that standards at the prison have deteriorated to "unacceptable levels".
A man has been sentenced to five years in prison after stabbing a man in Bedford in March.
Daniel Chandler, 20, of Newnham Avenue, Bedford, pleaded guilty to grievous bodily harm (GBH) and possession of a knife, after he stabbed a man in the George and Dragon pub.
The man was stabbed in the neck and taken to hospital but his injuries were not life-threatening.
Detective Constable Gemma Johnson, said
“There is no excuse for possessing a knife and I hope that this case serves as a stark message to young people that no good can come of carrying one.”