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Two red telephone boxes at Felsted in Essex will be turned into mini libraries.
In the next few weeks, the now out-of-use boxes by Stebbing Road and Willow Green will be stocked with books and maps of the local area.
Essex police have issued a new image in a renewed appeal to find a man who indecently assaulted a girl at a school in Felsted.
DI Terri Hooke said: "The new image is photo-like and will hopefully allow members of the public to associate it as a real person as someone they know or recognise.
"The incident occurred shortly before 11am on Tuesday, January 8 following reports that a man had approached a girl at a school at Braintree Road in Felsted and threatened her with violence.
The schoolgirl managed to escape and ran off before alerting a teacher.
The man was white, had crooked teeth, was aged about 30, about 5ft 10in tall and had short, dark brown hair which was gelled up. At the time, he was wearing jeans, a blue hoodie with white tassels and trainers.
Anyone with information is urged to contact detectives at Shrub End on 101.
Police in Essex are searching for a man who assaulted a pupil in the girls' changing rooms of a private school.
An e-fit has been issued of the intruder at Felsted School near Great Dunmow. He's described as 5 foot 10, around 30 years old, with crooked teeth and gelled brown hair.
He was wearing jeans, and a blue hoodie with white tassles.
Footage captured by cameraman Stephen Huntley.
Fire crews are continuing to damp down after a huge fire at a boarding house at Felsted school in Essex.
No pupils were there at the time but 25 students and staff from a language school were evacuated from the building
Crews are using one hose reel jet and one aerial ladder platform.
Assistant Divisional Officer Vernon Kendall, officer in charge, said: "The building is no longer on fire but it is smoldering and there are hot-spots throughout.
"Ours is now a watching brief, we will continue to put water on to cool it and ensuring that the fire does not flare back up again."
An historic building at a boarding school in Essex has been destroyed by fire. About 40 firefighters have spent the night at Felsted school near Braintree, trying to control the blaze, which broke out at about 8.00pm last night.
No pupils were in residence at Follyfield House - which is a girls' boarding house - but Stafford House International Summer School were in residence and all children and staff were evacuated immediately after the alarm was raised.
A statement from Chris Townsend, Deputy Head of the school said: "The damage will be assessed over the coming days and parents, pupils and staff will be kept informed of any subsequent arrangements before the start of term, but we do not anticipate any changes at this stage."
The fire also lead to the closure of the B1417 Braintree Road for most of the night between Garnetts Lane and Station Road.
The A120 is closed westbound after a collision involving two vehicles near the Felsted and Dunmow turn off. Two men are in hospital with serious injuries after the incident which took place just before 8.30am.
A 51-year-old man from Braintree has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving and is in police custody.