Three people have been arrested following theft of cash, vouchers and a mobile phone from a tent at Solfest near Aspatria
The theft is believed to have occurred at some point between 2am and 11.30am on Friday August 26.
Following enquiries police have arrested a 36-year old man from Maryport, a 28-year-old woman from Maryport and a 25-year-old man from Whitehaven on suspicion of theft.
Police would like to appeal to festival-goers to ensure that they keep valuables on them and not leave them in an unattended tent.
Police are investigating after the body of a man was found on a road in West Cumbria.
A member of the public reported the discovery on the B5301 between Westnewton and Aspatria at 5.10pm on Monday August 1.
Officers believe the man was in his 50s and are treating his death as unexplained but not suspicious.
Two fire engines are helping to battle a blaze in Aspatria, involving a silo filled with grain.
Around ten tonnes of grain have been removed from the silo, allowing firefighters to climb ladders to fight the fire using hose reel jets.
They were called to the scene, on the access road to Warwick Hall from the B5301 Aspatria to Yearngill, at around 12:30pm.
Firefighters were alerted to a fire at a scrap yard in Aspatria at 15:00 yesterday.
On arrival fire crews found 40 cars ablaze.
By 16:40 around 30 firefighters accompanied by 8 fire engines, a command unit and a high volume water pump were tackling the fire.
Due to the heavy smoke, neighbouring residents were advised to keep their windows and doors closed.
6 main water jets and hose reel jets were used to fight the fire which was eventually put out by 20:40.
No casualties were involved and no one sustained any injuries.
A major fire has broken out at a scrapyard in Aspatria.
The call came in at around 3pm, and it's thought eight fire appliances have been battling the blaze throughout the afternoon:
More than 40 cars are on fire at a scrapyard in Aspatria.
Eight fire appliances are battling the blaze at the moment, which is thought to have begun at around 3pm this afternoon.
Investigations are taking place into the cause of a fire at a scrapyard which badly damaged 40 cars.
Yesterday evening, smoke could be seen for hours in the skies above Aspatria.
Two west Cumbrian sisters proved they're top of the chops when it comes to raising money for a good cause.
Sixteen-year-old Ellie Tinnion and her sister Abbie, seven, from Aspatria, lopped off their long locks on Thursday in aid of The Little Princess Trust - a charity that provides real hair wigs for children with hair loss.
Ellie had her head shaved while Abbie had 12-inches of hair cut off at the same time.
Ellie was inspired to raise money in this way by Vicky Askew, one of her teachers at Beacon Hill Community School, who'd had her hair chopped for the same charity last year.
The higher the amount of money Ellie raised through sponsorship the more hair she decided she'd cut off
With the help of Aspatria Dreamscheme staff and young volunteers she organised a fundraising night at Aspatria Youth Club in addition to sponsorship and the total sum raised now stands at around £4,500.
A girl from Cumbria is having her hair shaved this evening to raise money for charity.
Ellie Tinnion, 16, from Aspatria, is aiming to raise £2,500 for the Little Princess Trust.
The amount of hair she cuts off will depend on how much money is donated, and she's planning to shave all of her hair off if she reaches her target.
Currently, the fundraising page stands at more than £1,800, meaning Ellie will be shortening her hair to at least ear level.
The Little Princess Trust provides wigs and hair pieces for children who experience hair loss due to cancer treatments.
The message on the sponsorship page reads: