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'Two female relatives' shot dead by 'family member' in Spalding

Locals report that the man had killed two female relatives. Credit: ITV Anglia.

A man is believed to have shot dead two female members of his family near a swimming pool in a small market town.

The horror unfolded near Castle Swimming Pool in Spalding, when three people including the suspected gunman died. No shots were fired by police.

Locals reported that a man had killed two female relatives. One, who did not want to be identified, said: "From what I understand a man shot himself and his family. We have heard it's a self-contained incident.”

Officers raided a house in Hatt Close, Moulton, Spalding, which one resident in the street claimed was linked to the shooting.


Ambulance update on Spalding shooting

"We received a call at 09:04 this morning reporting gun shots on Pinchbeck Lane, Spalding.

"Our ambulance crews and Paramedic Officer were sent to the emergency and told to approach with caution.

"Upon arriving at scene our paramedics treated three patients who had gunshot wounds. Despite the best efforts of everyone at the scene the patients were pronounced dead.

"This is a tragic incident and our thoughts are with the friends and families of those involved."

– Spokesperson, East Midlands Ambulance Service


Three people shot and killed near swimming pool in Spalding

Police are investigating. Credit: ITV Anglia.

Three people have been killed in a shooting incident in Spalding, Lincolnshire.

Police were called to Castle Swimming Pool on Pinchbeck Road in Spalding. Officers say there is no indication that this was terrorist-related and no shots have been fired by the police.

Investigations are ongoing and police are asking people to avoid the area.

"We can confirm that there has been a firearms incident on Pinchbeck Road in Spalding in the vicinity of the Castle Swimming Pool, in which three people have been fatally wounded, including the suspected offender.

There is an ongoing police investigation and at this stage we are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident."

– Lincolnshire Police statement

Building destroyed in ATM ram raid

Raiders have ripped a cash machine from the wall of a shop in Sutton Bridge in Lincolnshire.

A JCB truck was used to take the ATM from the Co-Op store in the early hours of this morning. It's since been found with the money still inside it near Peterborough.

Police want to trace a black Audi and a green Mitsubishi pick up which they believe were used in the raid.

Due to the help of the public and the concerted joint efforts between Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire police we have stopped the offenders getting away with any money.

The damage they cause is not to be underestimated and we will continue to investigate all of these offences to identify the suspects. It’s crucial to get the early calls from witnesses and as much detail as possible, so I appeal to anyone who thinks they saw anything suspicious activity or vehicles in area last night to get in touch.

– Detective Inspector Dave Rimmer, Lincolnshire Police

Former station complete with steam engine up for sale

The former station

A former railway station in Rippingale near Bourne in South Lincolnshire is up for sale - complete with a section of track and a steam engine in the garden.

It was built in 1872 but passenger services stopped running in 1930. The track came from the sugar beet works in Peterborough in the 1990s.

The station is up for sale for £600,000. The owner John Scholes, says it has some happy memories.

Here's a report by Stuart Leithes...

Man killed in crash named by police

Three others were seriously injured in the crash. Credit: ITV Anglia.

A man who died in a crash near Peterborough yesterday afternoon has been named by police.

Aliriza Ulger, 50, of Cleethorpes Road in Grimsby, died when the Vauxhall Vectra he was a passenger in collided with a Landrover Discovery at about 4pm.

Three others received serious but not life-threatening injuries.

Officers are keen to trace the driver of an HGV that was not involved in the incident but may have seen it.

They are asking anyone with information to call non-emergency line 101.

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