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Bank cash machine pulled from wall

Detectives are appealing for information after a cash machine was raided at St Neots in Cambridgeshire

At about 3.30am today (Tues) offenders used a vehicle to pull an ATM cash machine from the foyer of a bank in the High Street, St Neots.

Sledgehammers were then used to force open the machine. It is believed cash was taken but it is not yet known how much.

The offenders left the scene in what is believed to be a blue Ford Focus. A grey/green Daihatsu Sportrak was left at the scene.

Family pay tribute to 21-year-old

Christopher Fuller Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

The family of a 21-year-old man from Cambridgeshire who died in a car accident have paid tribute to him.

They say Christopher Fuller, from Three Holes near Wisbech, "overcome many obstacles” and lauded "his many achievements in his short life” following the collision which happened at 9.30pm on Thursday 8 September 2016.

His family said, "He made us proud every day. We will remember his cheeky smirk, his laugh and his love of people and animals. Our Christopher, our son, brother, nephew, uncle and friend is now in grannies care.

"Our beautiful boy will be loved and missed forever. Goodnight sweetheart.”

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Stansted passengers face walking over a kilometre

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Passengers at Stansted Airport face the longest walk from check-in to departure according to a new survey.

At the Essex airport travellers face a walk of over a kilometre or three quarters of a mile. At Luton Airport they may have to walk up to 822 metres or 900 yards.

Travel organisation Abta say many travellers who have difficulty walking only request assistance once they arrive at the airport, which may be too late.

This can lead to them having to make their way across terminals on foot or miss their flight.

Two care workers in court charged with ill treatment

Two care workers are due to appear in court charged with the ill treatment and neglect of an elderly woman in their care.

Married couple Maurice and Deborah Campbell, from Peterborough, are due in court tomorrow.

Maurice, 56, and Deborah, 57, are both charged with ill-treating and wilfully neglecting an 85-year-old woman at her Peterborough home between March 30 and May 10 this year.

Mum calls for clampdown on drivers using mobile phones

Alice Husband lost her son Seth Credit: ITV News Anglia

A mother whose seven-year-old son was killed by a motorist who was chatting on the phone while driving is calling for a change in the law to ban mobile calls at the wheel.

Alice Husband, who's son Seth was knocked down outside their home in Wisbech, wants drivers to stop using hands free devices altogether and has launched an online petition to get the issue debated in parliament

"We need to just need recognise that as it's unacceptable to get in a car drunk because it impacts on the driving. In the same way as it would if you were on a conversation on a mobile phone it's something that we need to just not do."

– Alice Husband

Here's a report by ITV Anglia's Chloe Keedy:

Police fear missing man may have been murdered

A year on police say they fear Ricardas could have been murdered. Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

Police believe a Lithuanian man from Wisbech who went missing a year ago today could have been murdered.

35-year-old Ricardas Puisys was last seen at his place of work at Nightlayer Leek Company in Chatteris.

Despite numerous appeals to find him - his disappearance remains a mystery.

"Ricardas' disappearance is a mystery. I am near positive that the answer to Ricardas' disappearance lies within the local community - someone knows what has happened to him and I urge them to do the right thing and come forward. Any information, no matter how small or insignificant it may seem, could be vital in our inquiry.

– DCI Adam Gallop

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City chiefs recommend new Cambridge busway

The new busway would link Cambridge and Cambourne and cost £142 million. Credit: ITV Anglia.

City chiefs in Cambridge have recommended that a second busway be built in the city - in order to improve travel and reduce congestion.

The recommendation was published in a report for the Greater Cambridge city deal - the new busway would link Cambridge and Cambourne and cost £142 million.

Click below for our full report.

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