Cumbria police are looking for the man in this CCTV image in connection with an alleged assault.
The incident occurred at Workington bus station on Saturday 29 November 2014 between 7.20pm and 7.40pm.
The victim, a 16 year old girl, was uninjured.
Anyone who recognises the man, or has any information about the incident, should contact Cumbria police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
A grieving widower who erected a controversial 9ft cross in memory of his late wife looks set to win his battle for planning permission.Read the full story ›
Sue Hayman has been chosen as the Labour Party’s candidate for Workington at the upcoming General Election.
She is currently Cumbria County Councillor for Howgate and has previously worked for Cumbria-based Copper Consultancy, and in social services.
She will be looking to succeed Sir Tony Cunningham who is retiring after 14 years of service.
She joins Rozila Kana of the Conservative Party, Phill Roberts of the Liberal Democrats, Jill Perry of the Green party, and Mark Jenkinson of UKIP in the fight for the Workington seat.
Greg Hoare reports on the job losses throughout the region.
To find resources to help with job loss and unemployment, you can visit:
37 jobs are set to be lost in Carlisle as a John Lewis distribution centre closes.
The company has announced plans to close its depot at the Kingmoor Business Park.
A consultation process will now start with all employees, who are to be offered early retirement, voluntary redundancy or relocation to a new distribution centre in Milton Keynes.
The MP for Workington says that a task force needs to be set up to see if a West Cumbrian factory can be saved.
Yesterday, the Eastman Chemical Company announced that its factory in Flimby, near Workington, may have to close.
With more than 152 jobs at risk, Sir Tony Cunningham says that there has got to be hope.
Sir Tony Cunningham, the MP for Workington, has said that today's announcement that the Eastman factory may close is a 'huge blow' to the people of Workington.
The Eastman Site Manager, Connie Middaugh, has said the company understands that the announcement that the Workington factory may close was difficult to hear.
A staffing shortage has temporarily reduced the capacity of Workington Hospital.
Four of the fourteen beds normally in use have been closed, leaving just ten available.
Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust says the situation has resulted from an "exceptional combination of circumstances" including an unplanned shortage of nurses.
It says the beds will reopen when the vacant positions are filled.