CCTV has been released following an armed robbery at a shop in Dunstable.Read the full story ›
A pedestrian is in a serious condition after being hit by a car on a Bedfordshire high street.
A 21-year-old man has been arrested following the crash at High Street North in Dunstable at about 4.38am today (Saturday).
Bedfordshire Police were quick to assure the public it was not a "terror related incident".
Officers have referred the crash to the Independent Police Complaints Commission because of "prior police contact".
Police have released CCTV images showing a dumper truck ram-raiding a motorcycle shop in Bedfordshire.
Thieves stole a JCB dumper truck from Luton on 21 January
Three men then drove to Dunstable on the vehicle - causing damage along the way - before reaching DBC Motorcycles, on Regent Street, around 9pm.
They drove into the shop, causing significant damage to the front door and surrounding brickwork.
The men weren't able to enter the shop, and they fled on foot.
"While I appreciate the images are not of the best quality, there are a couple of distinctive clothing items which someone might recognise, particularly a bag belonging to one of the individuals. "The motorcycle shop is in a residential street, therefore there must be someone who saw or heard something which will help our investigation.
"I am confident that there will be someone out there who knows something and can help us trace these individuals.”
CCTV has been released of three people breaking into a house in Bedfordshire.
It happened in Royce Close in Dunstable on October 17. A designer handbag and several other items were stolen. Police are appealing for witnesses.
DC Dan Matcham said: “We really want to talk to the individuals shown in connection with the burglary.
"Although they have their faces covered the CCTV images are very clear and someone must recognise them from their clothing or the way they move.
"We also suspect an individual was involved in the offence as a get-away driver, who was not caught on CCTV.
"If you think you know who they are, please contact us or Crimestoppers anonymously.”
Following the sentencing of Tomasz Kroker today, the family of the four people he killed spoke passionately outside court.Read the full story ›
Dash-cam footage showing the moment a lorry ploughed into stationary traffic - as the driver looked at his phone - has been released.Read the full story ›
A lorry driver who killed a family of four from Bedfordshire while scrolling through music on his mobile phone has been jailed for 10 years.Read the full story ›
A man was threatened with a machete by robbers at his house in Dunstable, Bedfordshire.
A group of young men, who were all wearing balaclavas, forced their way into his home by breaking down his door.
Once inside, they threatened him with a machete and attacked him.
The man suffered a serious injury to his arm, which required surgery.
It happened between 10pm and 10.30pm on 28 October in New Woodfield Green.
Police are appealing for witnesses.
"This is clearly a serious offence Investigation Officer and was highly distressing for the victim."
"It is likely that this group gathered somewhere in the local area before heading to New Woodfield Green and we are asking anyone that may have seen them to get in touch."
A father-of-three from Bedfordshire, who gave up everything to care for his terminally ill daughter was surprised on live TV.Read the full story ›
In Bedfordshire, the A505 Church Street is closed in both directions due to water and poor road surfaces following yesterday's (7 June) flash floods in the county.
Footage below from Graham Custance shows flooding in Dunstable: