A group of people with sledgehammers have robbed a jewellers in Peterborough, stealing thousands of pounds worth of jewellery.
Police say the people were wearing balaclavas when they forced their way through the doors of the Queensgate Shopping Centre near Exchange Street at about 3am this morning (August 25).
They used the sledgehammers to smash their way into Fraser Hart jewellers.
They left the way they came and ran off in the direction of Bridge Street, possibly making off behind the Town Hall.
"I would ask anyone who was in the city centre in the early hours of today to consider whether they saw anything that could help this investigation. This appears to have been an organised raid in which a specific jewellers has been targeted."
Police are examining CCTV as part of their inquiries and scenes of crime officers will be at the scene today.
A man has died after his car went into a river at Crowland near Peterborough.
It happened at around 8pm on Wednesday 24th August on the B1166 Deeping High Bank.
A man was rescued from a VW Golf and taken to Peterborough District Hospital, but later died.
Police are now working to identify the man and a recovery operation is underway.
Any witnesses should call the collision witness hotline on 01522 558855.
39 people have died on Lincolnshire's roads in 2016.
The biggest outdoor beer festival in the UK returns to Peterborough today (August 23).
The event on the city's River Embankment is in it's 39th year, and thousands are expected to sample around 400 real ales across the next five days.
Video report by ITV News Anglia's Matthew Hudson.
There's fresh doubt over controversial plans for a directly elected mayor for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
The multi-million pound deal was a key policy put forward by the last Government. It would see powers over housing, transport and economic growth devolved to a new combined authority
The original plan for a single East Anglian mayor which also included Norfolk and Suffolk was scrapped after local opposition.
Now, it's been reported the new Prime Minister Theresa May could ditch plans for regional mayors all together.
A planned strike by workers on East Coast trains - which run through Peterborough and Stevenage - has been suspended.
Union members were due to walk out on Friday in a row over job cuts, working conditions and safety.
However, Virgin Trains said the union has "returned to the table for further discussions" and welcomed the decision to suspend industrial action.
We’re pleased that the RMT has agreed to suspend industrial action and continue talks.
We had put in place detailed contingency plans which would have seen our timetable run as normal, nevertheless this news will be welcomed by our customers and people.
We’re making exciting changes on the east coast as part of the customer-centric revolution which has seen us embark on a £140m investment programme in our trains and stations.
We want a service that focuses firmly on the customer and look forward to discussing these further with representatives of the RMT.
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A 35-year-old man arrested over the 22-year-old murder of a little boy from Peterborough has been returned to the UK after fleeing the country.
Six-year-old Rikki Neave was found dead in woodland close to his home in 1994 - but no one has ever been convicted for the killing.
A 35-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder in April this year but broke the terms of his licence when he travelled to Portugal.
He faced an extradition hearing and officers from Cambridgeshire Police recently went to collect him and bring him back to the UK.
The suspect is now being held in Bedford prison.
A former family doctor in Peterborough who collected a huge collection of extreme porn featuring children, animals and even corpses is facing a lengthy spell behind bars.
Dr Michael Kennedy, who is 52 and married, had amassed nearly 850,000 images including over 2000 in the most extreme category.
He had been working at the Millfield Medical Centre in Peterborough. His case has been sent to crown court for sentencing after he admitted a series of charges.
The rail union RMT today confirmed an 84 per cent vote in favour of strike action on Virgin trains East Coast service which runs through Stevenage and Peterborough. 90 per cent voted in favour of industrial action short of a strike. The union is protesting about cuts which it says will cost nearly 200 jobs.
A man arrested on suspicion of murder following the discovery of a woman’s body at a property in Peterborough has been bailed.
A post mortem was inconclusive concerning the cause of the woman’s death. Officers are awaiting toxicology results and are keeping an open mind concerning the circumstances of the woman’s death. The investigation continues.
At this stage the woman, believed to be in her 40s, has not been formally identified.
The 63-year-old man is due to answer bail on October 11.