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Cat shot for second time this year may have been targeted

Charlie was also shot with a pellet in February this year.

A cat from Wellingborough has been shot with a pellet gun for the second time this year.

Charlie the cat was shot in the Oak View area sometime between 8.45am and 3.50pm on Tuesday, December 15.

As a result of the attack, he had to have an eye removed and a pellet was found lodged in his neck.

The pellet also injured his mouth.

Charlie, who is described as a very friendly cat, was also shot with a pellet in February this year, when he also received injuries to his face.

Officers investigating the case believe he may be being targeted as there are other cats in the area who have not been shot at.

Witnesses, or anyone who knows anything about this incident can call Northamptonshire Police on 101.

Police seek witnesses after Sunday morning stabbing

The stabbing happened in the early hours. Credit: ITV Anglia.

Police are asking witnesses to come forward after a stabbing in Wellingborough.

Officers were called to Market Street at 4am on Sunday morning where they found a 35-year-old with a stab wound to his stomach.

He was taken to Northampton General Hospital for treatment.

They have arrested a 49-year-old man in connection with the attack but are asking anyone who might have seen it to call Northamptonshire Police on 101.


Work to start on £5.5 million crematorium site in Northamptonshire

The first phase of work is due to start later on a £5.5 million pound crematorium that is to be built in Northamptonshire.

An official ground-breaking ceremony on the 11 acre site this lunchtime will mark the start of work in Wellingborough.

The project was first discussed back in 2011.

This is a key project for the people of Wellingborough who will benefit from this new facility once it's complete. By working closely with public-sector bodies like Wellingborough Council we can help make sure the council receives the best value for money possible through our approved construction partners that use local employers and supply chains.

– Alan Coole, head of empa


Men charged after drugs raids in Northamptonshire

Police carry out raid on a property Credit: ITV News Anglia

Three men arrested in Northamptonshire yesterday as part of a 10 month drugs investigation have been charged with drugs offences.

A fourth man has been charged with handling stolen goods.

The three men who were taken into custody as part of "Operation Pyramid' in Wellingborough, have been charged with Class A drug offences.

Police say 69 people have been arrested as part of the operation so far with 50 of them now facing charges.

Owners of horses found running free in Northamptonshire are sought

The owners of two horses have been asked to come forward after the animals were found running along a road in Northamptonshire.

Officers received reports of the two horses on The Ridge in Great Doddington, near Wellingborough, just before 9am on Wednesday April 15.

One of the horses was black and the other was white.

They were initially secured in a pub car park and are now being cared for elsewhere.

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