Six Bedfordshire Police officers are being investigated over the death of a man in custody last month.
25-year-old Istiak Yusuf died at Luton Police Station after "falling ill".
The Independent Police Complaints Commission has launched an inquiry into the adequacy of the searches carried out.
"Since Mr Yusuf's death we have met with Mr Yusuf's wife and family several times to update them on the progress of our investigation.
At this early stage our investigation is focussing on the adequacy of searches conducted when Mr Yusuf was arrested and later booked into custody. We have served misconduct notices on three Bedfordshire Police constables and two sergeants to inform them that they are being investigated in respect of the searches.
A Custody Detention Officer is also being investigated in respect of a check conducted on Mr Yusuf during his time in custody, and who has been served with a gross misconduct notice."
Former Bedfordshire Olympic cycling champion Victoria Pendleton is swapping two wheels for four legs as she takes part in her first race as a jockey.
The Stotfold racer will compete at Newbury on the evening of 2 July.
There are fears that a missing family of 12 from Bedfordshire could have travelled to Syria.
The group, which includes 3 children, failed to return home from a holiday to Bangladesh.
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Bedfordshire Police have confirmed they're investigating the disappearance of a missing family of 12 from Luton, who they fear may have fled to Syria.
The family, including a baby and two grandparents, have not been seen since May after visiting their home country of Bangladesh and are thought to have stopped in Turkey on their way home.
They were were reported missing by a relative in Luton on 17 May.
The family in full
- Muhammed Abdul Mannan, 75
- Minera Khatun, 53
- Rajia Khanom, 21
- Mohammed Zayd Hussain, 25
- Mohammed Toufique Hussain, 19
- Mohammed Abil Kashem Saker, 31
- Sheida Khanam, 27
- Mohammed Saleh Hussain, 26
- Roshanara Begum, 24
- Three children, aged between one and 11
Officers say there's a suggestion they may have travelled to Syria, although they can't yet be certain.
“We are devastated by the disappearance of these 12 and are very concerned for their safety.
This is completely out of character and we are very worried of the danger they may now be in.
Muhammed Abdul Mannan is elderly and both he and Minera Khatun have health issues.
This just does not make any sense. We can only think they have been tricked into going there, it is no place for elderly or young people.
We would urge any of them to please make contact with us or the police to let us know they are ok.”
Pictures of the family (three of the four sons)
The latest addition to Whipsnade Zoo is learning how to keep cool in the summer heat.
It's a California sea lion pup called Oscar; he's the first baby to be born at the zoo since 2007.
He may look small now, but when he's fully grown he'll be up to eight feet long.
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Police in Dunstable are investigating a two incidents, one where a a couple were robbed of cash and a second where the same couple were involved in a fatal road crash shortly afterwards.
The victims were approached by two women on Albion Street and had cash stolen from them.
Police have issued CCTV pictures of two women they want to speak to in connection with the incident.
Shortly afterwards police were called to a road crash on Edward Street.
The man, who was the robbery victim, died at the scene.
He's been named as 83-year-old Frederick Lander of Dunstable.
“This is a complex and tragic series of events, in which an elderly man sadly died. However, we are treating these as two separate investigations and I would appeal for any witnesses to the collision itself to contact me. I am particularly keen to speak to a man who went over to the car and helped assist the female passenger, shortly after the collision took place. He may have vital information which can help us piece together the chain of events.”
Police in Bedfordshire are investigating whether a fatal crash in Dunstable yesterday was caused by the elderly driver having a heart attack at the wheel, just minutes after he'd been robbed.
The man and his partner had just collected their pension money when two Asian women stole the cash from them on Albion Street.
The man then drove off moments later but crashed into a brick wall.
Officers are now looking into whether the shock of being mugged may have caused the man to go into cardiac arrest.
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Abellio Greater Anglia and Network Rail are warning there could be some delays in train services because of the hot weather.
Tomorrow (Wednesday) some services will have speed restrictions imposed.
"As a result of the high temperatures forecast for Wednesday 1 July, speed restrictions will be in place between London Liverpool Street and Shenfield / Southend Victoria for some of the day. These are measures introduced by Network Rail to protect the infrastructure. To assist in minimising delays, there are also some alterations planned to the evening peak timetable. We would like to apologise to customers for any inconvenience these temporary timetable changes may cause."