Police are appealing for information after a robbery in Carlisle this afternoon (Sunday 26th April).
Police were called at around 3:45pm today with a report that there was a robbery at Foreways News, Food and Wine on Blackwell Road.
No one was injured during the incident.
Two people, believed to male, were seen leaving on foot towards Beaumont Road. They were wearing blue boiler suits and balaclavas.
Anyone with any information, or saw people matching the above description, are urged to call Cumbria Police on 101.
A Scottish Borders man who was hoping to travel to Kathmandu today for a flight to Bankok has been forced to extend his stay at a guesthouse in Nepal following the massive earthquake.
John Richmond from Gordon, who runs a travel company that takes visitors to Nepal, is stranded at the New Marco Polo Guesthouse in Pokhara.
He updated his blog and Facebook page to tell people back home that he is safe and well, but shared the news that he can't travel to Kathmandu.
A man from the Scottish Borders has been blogging from Nepal following the earthquake that has killed more than 2000 people.
John Richmond from Gordon was in Pokhara when the first earthquake hit.
On his blog at retreattravelltd.co.uk he wrote:
Cumbrian mountaineer Chris Harling has spoken to ITV News about boulders the size of cars crashing through base camp on Everest when the massive earthquake struck Nepal.
Chris, from Penrith, is a volunteer with Keswick Mountain Rescue Team and was leading the Adventure Peaks Everest North Ridge 2015 Expedition. All his team are unharmed and he says the area has largely escaped the avalanches that have left up to 17 climbers dead. He says his thoughts are with all of those caught up in the disaster, both on Everest and across Nepal.
They are remaining in the camp while they decide what is safest to do next. Hear his exclusive phone interview below:
A Cumbrian man has spoken of the terrifying moment the Nepal earthquake hit as he was leading an expedition up Everest. Chris Harling, an experienced mountaineer who is a volunteer with Keswick Mountain Rescue team, said all members of his team were unharmed.
At least 17 climbers have been killed and hundreds are stranded at base camps following avalanches triggered by the magnitude 7.8 earthquake which has killed at least 1,900 people. The rescue operation is continuing in the affected area amid strong aftershocks.
Cumbria Police say they're following several lines of enquiry into a raid in which thieves blew up an ATM before stealing cash.
The robbery at the Cumberland Building Society on the Rosehill Industrial Estate in Carlisle took place at around 3.20 am on Saturday 25th April. A dark coloured BMW, believed to be carrying three people, was seen heading towards the M6 motorway.
Police haven't yet disclosed how much money was stolen and are continuing to appeal for witnesses. Anyone with information is asked to call 101.
A service to commemorate the battle of Gallipoli has been held to remember soldiers from the Borders that lost their lives.
40 men from Kelso were among 540 that died on the Turkish Peninsula.
Kelso Provost John Bassett told ITV Border why they held the service.
Stranraer have lost 0-2 to Greenock Morton at Stair Park.
The Blues were relying on results going their way, plus a win against Morton, to gain promotion to the Scottish Championships.
The club have tweeted about the disappointing result.