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Renewed appeal to find missing Lincolnshire woman

Police in Lincolnshire have launched a renewed appeal to find a missing woman.

Have you seen missing Kelly Buckingham? Credit: Lincolnshire Police

37-year-old Kelly Buckingham, from Holton Le Clay, was last seen in December. Officers say she is no longer considered 'high risk', but are keen to speak to her.

Kelly is no longer being treated as a high risk missing person but we are still keen to speak to her and would urge her, or anyone who knows of her current whereabouts, to make contact with us.

– Inspector Richard Myszczyszyn

Kelly may be in the Humberside or South Yorkshire areas. Anyone with information is asked to call Lincolnshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 136 of 24th December 2015.

Funeral held for murdered pensioner Tommy Ward

A funeral has been held for a South Yorkshire pensioner who was murdered in his home.

Tommy Ward died from his injuries in February Credit: South Yorkshire Police

80-year-old Tommy Ward was robbed of his life savings in Maltby in October 2015.

Five people have been arrested in connection with the incident and have since been released.

Detectives say they are determined to find those responsible for the heartless and vicious attack to ensure justice is served for the elderly man and his family.


Police hunting for armed supermarket robber

An investigation is underway following an armed robbery in South Yorkshire on Tuesday night.

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Detectives say at about 9.10pm a man wearing a hooded top, pulled tightly around his face, walked into the Asda store in South Road, Walkley before threatening staff and customers.

The man is believed to have been carrying a gun and has demanded cash from the till. A quantity of cash has been handed over, before the man has left the shop on foot, heading towards Walkley Road.

He is described as white and about 6ft tall. The gun was not fired and no one was injured during the incident.

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Road closed following serious collision in Scarborough

Police were called to a serious road traffic collision at Westborough, Scarborough at 12.45pm today.

The incident involves an elderly couple in a car and a bus.

Medics have also been called to the scene and have given urgent medical attention to the man who was driving the car.

The woman passenger has been treated at the scene but her injuries are not believed to be serious.

There are no reports of any further injuries at this time and it is believed that there were no passengers on the bus.

The road is currently closed near the Stephen Joseph Theatre and traffic is being diverted while investigations are carried out.

The incident currently remains ongoing and the road is likely to be closed for several hours.


Police appeal after child grabbed by man in park

Police in Grimsby are asking for information about an incident where a man grabbed a young child in a park.

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Officers say two young children were playing in the football pitch at Sutcliffe Avenue recreation grounds on Sunday when they were approached by two men.

They then believe one of the men took hold of one child before another adult intervened and the men ran off.

No harm came to the children and it is not clear what the intention of the approaching men was, but they were not believed to be known to the children or the adults they were with.

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