A young PE teacher from Luton who has early onset Parkinson's disease says he's determined to run the London Marathon.
33-year-old Ryan Cameron was diagnosed with the neurological condition two years ago and despite his worsening symptoms he's carried on working full time.
He says taking part in the 26 mile race is a lifelong ambition and hopes it will demonstrate that Parkinsons doesn't just affect older people.
I never had the time and motivation to do it until I got Parkinson's. Then I said right, I need to do this before I can't and start to struggle with things.
A Luton delivery driver who was jailed for planning to murder a US serviceman has had his life sentence overturned.
Junead Khan, who is 25, was jailed in May this year over planning a terror attack on a base in East Anglia believed to be RAF Lakenheath and was sentenced to life in prison.
But Lord Chief Justice Lord Thomas has now overturned the sentence saying the evidence didn't support the claims he was intending to carry it out.
Instead the judge imposed a 20-year term. An appeal by Khan's uncle Shazib Khan against his sentence for a preparation for a terrorism offence was dismissed.
A second man has been arrested in connection with a shooting in Luton in November.
The man presented himself at Luton Police Station earlier today (Thursday) and was subsequently arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.
The victim, a man, was shot in Marlow Avenue at around 5pm on Saturday, 26 November. He was taken to hospital where he remains in a critical but stable condition.
Another man was arrested on 29 November in connection to the incident and has been bailed until January.
Police are appealing for help in to find a 15-year-old girl who has been missing from her home in Leighton Buzzard since Saturday 26 November.
Sophie Kent was last seen in the Luton area and it’s believed she may now be in the north area of Milton Keynes.
Officers are concerned for her welfare and are appealing to anyone who may know her whereabouts.
Police are continuing to appeal for information after a man was shot in Luton.
It happened at around 5pm on Saturday, November 26, in Marlow Avenue.
The victim, who was taken to hospital with a stomach injury remains in a stable, but critical, condition.
A man in his late 20s, who was arrested on 29 November, has been released on police bail until January.
Officers are keen to speak to anyone who saw or heard anything suspicious in the area.
Police have issued images of two men they would like to speak to following the robbery of a Luton travel agents.
At approximately 11.20am on Wednesday 30 November, a travel shop on Leagrave Road, Luton, was robbed of a substantial amount of money.
“This incident happened in broad daylight, so we believe there may be several witnesses who witnessed something suspicious who, for whatever reason, have not yet come forward. If you did witness anything unusual in or around Leagrave Road at around 11.20am, please let us know.
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Detectives are appealing for witnesses after a man was shot in Luton.
It happened at around 5pm on Saturday (November 26) in Marlow Avenue.
The victim, who was found by a passer-by, was taken by ambulance to hospital. He is being treated for a stomach injury and is in a stable, but critical, condition.
DI Alan Page, investigating, is keen to speak to anyone who saw or heard anything suspicious in the area, or has heard people discussing the incident since.
“This was a particularly nasty incident and we are keen to establish who inflicted these injuries, why and where they are now.
It’s possible that someone saw something going on in the street, without realising the seriousness of it. If so we would urge them to contact us. This can be done in strict confidence.”
A man in his late 20s has been arrested and is currently being interviewed by police.
Two men are due to appear at court in relation to the death of a man from Luton.
Henry Huggins, 48 was assaulted on 8 October 2013 in Whipperly Ring, Luton.
He was left in a coma following the incident and died in June 2015.
Stuart Docherty was convicted of causing grievous bodily harm in relation to the incident and James Early was convicted of assault causing actual bodily harm.
The two men were sentenced in November 2014, however, they have now been summoned to court where Docherty will face a charge of murder and Early will face one of manslaughter.
They will appeal at Luton Magistrates' Court.
Detective Inspector Fraser Wylie, of the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Major Crime Unit, said the case needed to be re-examined.
“Following the tragic death of Henry last year the case was re-examined by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) who have made the decision to press charges of murder and manslaughter against Docherty and Early respectively."
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