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Police are investigating after thousands of pounds was stolen from an elderly couple in Kendal.
At around 2pm on 19 July one of the occupants of a property on Kentmere Brow discovered a man upstairs after hearing a noise.
The intruder quickly left after being disturbed, but the couple then found around £4,500 worth of money had been taken.
The suspect has been described as a white man in his early 30s, around 5ft 8 inches tall, of medium build with fair hair.
He was wearing a light-coloured top and was holding a small paper medicine bag.
We are appealing for anyone who witnessed a man matching the description in the area of Kentmere Brow. This was in broad daylight and we hope that someone will have seen something that will help identify the man responsible.
The money stolen was savings from their pensions and they have been left understandably hurt and shaken by this incident. If anyone has any information please get in touch.
Work to remove gravel from the River Kent in Kendal is due to get underway today.
The Environment Agency is clearing the river bed around Miller Bridge as part of a flood protection scheme.
Work is set to last around four weeks.
Two people have been treated after coming into contact with a gas cloud in Kendal.
At 13:55 yesterday (Saturday 9th July) three fire engines from Ulverston and Kendal were sent to Esthwaite Avenue in Kendal where there was an incident involving a chemical mixture which gave off a gas cloud.
Cumbria Fire and Rescue says two people were treated by North West Ambulance Service.
Firefighters used two breathing apparatus and gas monitors. The fire crews remained on scene for one hour and ten minutes.
A charity that helps people with drug and alcohol addiction in Cumbria is now opening its doors in Kendal.
'The Well' says there are hundreds of people in the area who need help to recover and get their lives back on track.
Fiona Marley Paterson reports.
More than two hundred people attended a drop-in session to discuss the future of a mental health ward in Kendal.
Healthwatch Cumbria facilitated the drop in session following news that the decision to close the Kentmere ward has been delayed pending a fuller assessment of the quality and safety concerns.
Cumbria Police are appealing for information after a spate of criminal damage incidents, which are believed to be linked, in Kendal.
A small commemorative plaque in the Jennings Terrace area was vandalised, and the Wainwright sign in Wainwright's Yard has also been damaged.
Police say a small tree on Kendal Green has been deliberately cut down.
Anyone with information should contact police on 101.
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