A dog owner is urging for thieves to return four of her dachshunds after they were stolen during a burglary near Wisbech.
Phoebe, Lola, Millie and Florence were taken from a property in Back Drove in Upwell on 18 April.
Two of the dachshunds are a smooth red, one is chocolate and tan and one is wire haired.
A reward is being offered for their safe return.
Officers are appealing for anyone who may have seen any suspicious activity in the area at around the time of the incident to contact them.
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Fire crews and police are stepping up patrols in Wisbech following a spate of arsons in disused buildings.
Firefighters were called to seven fires in the Meadowgate Lane area in the last three weeks.
Children are being warned not to start fires in buildings which can become unstable and collapse.
The people responsible for starting these fires have been very lucky they have not been injured themselves.
We would urge parents to please speak to their children and remind them about the dangers of fire-setting and being in disused buildings in the first place as they are not safe places to play. What can start out to be a bit of fun can have tragic consequences.
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A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder following the death of a woman in Wisbech.
Officers were called to Orange Grove last Wednesday.
A post mortem examination found Dzilva Butiene, who's 48, died of a trauma of the abdomen.
A 46-year-old man from Wisbech has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
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A pedestrian's died after being hit by a car in Wisbech this morning. It happened on Wistaria Road at around ten o'clock. The victim died at the scene and no details about their identity have been released yet. The road's expected to be closed for some time.
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A campaign has been launched to save a Fenland town's museum which is also one of the oldest purpose-built libraries in the world
Funding for Wisbech's museum has been cut despite housing a treasure trove of items ranging from Napoleon's breakfast set to the original manuscript of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations.
It is a treasure trove of fascinating artefacts that is testament to the Victorian desire to make knowledge accessible to all. The museum was built in 1847 and still contains its original mahogany display cases full of beautiful objects.
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