Police have released a second e-fit image in connection with an attack on a man in Witham which has left him with serious chemical burns.
The image shows another man police would like to trace as part of their investigation into the assault at Bramble Road on Friday, August 8.
An unknown caustic liquid was thrown over the 56-year-old victim at about 10.45am in a communal entrance to a block of flats.
One e-fit has already been released of a man with a distinctive braided hairstyle.
The victim had gone to collect his post from the entrance to a block of flats when he encountered the two men banging on the door.
Following a brief exchange the two men threw the liquid, which was in a glass bottle, and ran off.
He suffered injuries to his hands and face consistent with the use of a harmful liquid and was taken to Broomfield Hospital.
His injuries are not believed to be life threatening but are potentially life changing.
A 19-year-old man from Witham has been arrested on suspicion of assault in connection with a chemical attack on a 56-year-old man in Essex.
The assault happened in Bramble Road, last Friday at around 10.45am, when the victim had a liquid thrown over him as he went to collect his post.
The man has been taken to Colchester Police Station where he is currently being interviewed by detectives.
Anyone with information about the attack is asked to contact Essex Police on 101.
A person has been hit by a train on the London mainline at Witham in Essex.
Trains are being cancelled or delayed by up to an hour as the rail line between Norwich and London is blocked.
Greater Anglia says: "Train services running through this station may be cancelled or delayed by up to 60 mins at short notice. An estimate for the resumption of normal services will be provided as soon as the problem has been fully assessed."
A couple from Essex whose son was killed in Afghanistan have been given the unusual gift of a garden makeover.
Corporal Lloyd Newell died in 2011. His grief-stricken parents Brian and Lynne Ollett had let their garden become overgrown, until an Armed Forces Charity stepped in.
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An armed forces charity has stepped in to offer a couple from Essex whose son was killed in Afghanistan a gift of a garden makeover.
Corporal Lloyd Newell died in 2011.
His grief-stricken parents Brian and Lynne Ollett had let their garden in Witham become overgrown until now.
Thanks to the charity Forces Support which provides practical help for bereaved military families, they now have a memorial garden complete with their son's ammunition box.
"It is a memorial garden. We can just sit and think of Lloyd whereas because he's buried in Hereford it's such a long trip.... Seeing the old ammo box there, it's just Lloyd. You can look up there and I just picture Lloyd. It's absolutely amazing."
Brian Ollett; Lloyd's father
Investigations are continuing into a suspected arson attack on a house in Essex in which a man had to escape through a downstairs window.
Firefighters were called to Bronte Road, Witham, at 12.20 on Sunday morning to tackle a blaze at a terraced house.
Crews arriving at the scene reported 60 per cent of the ground floor was well alight.
Police are investigating a suspected arson attack on a house in Witham in Essex.
The fire broke out at a home in Bronte Road at 1am today. The man living there escaped through a downstairs window and was not hurt.
A man from Essex has had an emotional reunion with his missing pets.
Springer spaniels Nell and Larsson were stolen from Gary's home near Witham a few weeks ago.
They were found nearby by the Stolen and Stray Pet Recovery Organisation who believe they were going to be sold as breeding dogs.
For Gary these dogs are more than family pets, they're a lifeline. He says he was overwhelmed to see them again.
"As I opened the door Nelly and Larsson were there.... Absolutely wonderful. I was crying, it was a numb feeling. I just couldn't believe it."
A few years ago Gary had leukaemia and he says seeing photos of Larsson got him through that. A short while later Gary broke his neck and says both dogs helped him to recover. Now he's got them back he plans to spoil them.
Railway stations in parts of Essex have seen a huge reduction in the number of cigarette butts being dropped following an awareness campaign.
The campaign targeted smokers at Braintree and Witham. Results show there has been a 45% reduction in the number of discarded cigarette butts.
Over 250 cigarettes were being dropped at the stations each week before the start of the campaign.
At Rivenhall End near Witham in Essex, Henry Dixon Road is blocked due to flooding.