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Investigations are underway after a shop was badly damaged by fire. Emergency services were called to the clothes shop in Chapel Walk in the early hours of this morning. Two men have been arrested on suspicion of arson with intent.
Paramedics have been treating a woman attacked by a dog on the the same estate where police had previously seized an animal just over 12 hours ago.
Today in a separate incident another woman has been attacked but by a different dog.
Police searching for a missing 22-year-old student from Beverley have found her. Aimee Lambton, disappeared on Wednesday March 5th when her family reported her missing to police. She was found in Hull safe and well.
Police are hunting thieves who stole two extremely rare Ducati motorbikes from a garage in Hull. Both bikes are collectors items, with one being a limited edition.
Officers believe the bikes were stolen to order and pre-planning was involved in the removal from a secure garage at the back of a house in Burton Pidsea. Police say it is possible the bikes may be broken down and sold for parts.
Street drugs with a value of £50,000 have been seized by police in Leeds after a series of raids. Officers targeted 13 homes across the north west area of the city which resulted in five people being arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.
Over half a kilogram of heroin was found in a flat in Bramley, some of which was hidden in a tin of baby food.
A statue of the world's first black professional footballer is to be erected at the National Football Centre.
Former Darlington goalkeeper Arthur Wharton will be depicted in a 16ft bronze statue at St. George's Park, in Burton-upon-Trent, 125 years after turning pro when he signed for Rotherham United in 1889.
The Arthur Wharton Foundation, in collaboration with the Football Association, is set to unveil the full-scale statue of Wharton later this year.
Born in Ghana, Wharton moved to England in 1882 and went on to represent Darlington, Rotherham United, Preston North End and Sheffield United.
Wharton was an all-round athlete and also became the first official 100-yard world record holder and world champion in 1886, with a time of 10 seconds at the AAA Championships in London.
West Yorkshire police have warned of the dangers of bypassing electricity meters following a fire in Bradford which left 3 of their officers in hospital, according to the Telegraph and Argus.
– Watch Commander Alan Holdsworth, West Yorks Police
There was quite a bit of smoke damage to the ground floor and first floor flat. This shows the dangers people put themselves and others in when they bypass electrical meters
The officers had helped rescue a man from the first floor flat.
2 people have been arrested on suspicion of bypassing a meter
Police searching for a missing student from Hull have found her car. Aimee Lambton, who is 22, has not been seen for five days. Her family have said her disappearance is 'out of character'.
Officers have confirmed her car, a blue Volkswagen Golf has been found in the Anlaby Road area of the city. It is understood she had a placement at Hull Royal infirmary and the students' union have appealed for help to find her.