Cumbria Police is advising motorists to be aware of the dangers associated with bald and under-inflated tyres, as part of Tyre Safe Month.
Police in Cumbria are warning teenagers about the dangers of ‘sexting’.
Two of four people arrested have bail dates extended to July 5th.
Cumbria police's dog section has unveiling its latest recruits.
The current canine crime fighting team are being joined by ten springer spaniel puppies. They were born in October but are now old enough to join to force.
Earlier today our reporter Ryan Dollard went to meet them, but they didn't seem too happy to see him:
Cumbria Police have ten new, eager recruits on their hands this Christmas.
Millie, one of the force's operational dogs, gave birth to the puppies in October.
PC Paddy Bainbridge from Cumbria Police said: "We've bred these puppies to help Cumbria Constbulary in the fight against drugs. We are over the moon with them. They are bred from two of our existing dogs and they just seem to be everything we want."
Cumbria Police have released an image of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the attempted robbery at Ladbrokes, Scotch Street, Carlisle on Wednesday afternoon.
The man is described as being white, aged between 35 and 45-years-old with a bald head. He is said to be between 5ft 8” to 5ft 10” and described as wearing a black jacket with a white polo type shirt, dark trousers and trainers.
If you know who this man is, or you believe it is you, please contact Cumbria Police on 101 and ask for Carlisle CID, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Cumbria police's dog section will unveil its latest recruits today.
Ten springer spaniel puppies were born in October and are being trained to carry out their crime-fighting roles.
Police have released details of a man they are looking to speak to in connection with an attempted robbery at a bookmakers in Carlisle.
The man is described as being aged between 35 to 45 years old, white, with a bald head and between 5ft 8ins to 5ft 10ins. He was wearing a black jacket, white polo type shirt with horizontal stripes across, dark trousers and white trainers.
As a precaution, officers are asking anyone who sees this man not to approach him but call Cumbria Police immediately on 101.
Police were called to a Ladbrokes in Scotch Street, Carlisle after reports of an attempted robbery.
The incident took place today at 3.30pm.
No one was injured in the incident.
Police are asking anyone with any relevant information to call them on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
11 people were arrested in less than 35 hours in connection with Cumbria Police's drink drive campaign.
The arrests took place between 1am on Saturday and midday on Sunday.
Police say they were shocked by the number of motorists they arrested for either driving whilst above the legal alcohol limit or for being unfit to drive due to drugs.
PC Gordon Robson, Cumbria Police
People in Cumbria are being urged to call the police if they see anyone they've seen drinking attempting to drive home over the festive period.
Police say they will treat any tip offs as a priority and say the focus of this year's annual drink driving campaign is the responsibility of ordinary people to help keep the roads safe this Christmas.
Ryan Dollard reports.