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There is disruption on Northern Rail train services between Barton-on-Humber and Cleethorpes due to a shortage of train crews.
Buses are replacing some services between these stations.
A replacement bus service is running on Northern Rail between Cleethorpes and Barton-on-Humber due to a trespass incident.
Journey times may be increased by up to an hour.
Services are likely to continue until around 1pm.
Humberside Police have issued a warning after two young girls were approached by a man in Cleethorpes who asked them to go with him to a shop to buy sweets.
Both incidents are said to have happened in the resort's Lovett Street.
Neither girl was harmed, but parents and children are being urged to be on their guard.
The first happened at around noon on Sunday, November 15 and the seven-year-old girl refused.
The man left the area in the direction of Harrington Street after someone came out of a nearby house.
The following day at around 5.15pm, a man approached a 10-year-old girl, who ran away. He then left in the direction of Harrington Street.
In both cases, the suspect is said to be white, of slim build, 5ft 8” to 5ft 10” tall and aged 35 to 50.
He wore a black hooded top with three white stripes down the arms.
Humberside Police are asking parents to help keep their children safe by ensuring they know:
- Never accept gifts from strangers
- Don't be afraid to say no and run away
- Avoid being on your own. Try to stay with a group of friends wherever possible
- If you're concerned, find a trusted adult and tell them
Anyone with information about either incident - or private individuals with CCTV - are asked to call police.
A 14 year old boy had to be rescued from marsh land in fading light and fog after being separated from his parents.
The family from Derbyshire were on holiday in Cleethorpes when the boy went missing in the Tetney Marshes on Sunday the 1st of November.
The boy was spotted amongst the Marshes by Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) volunteers and was found exhausted and distressed but unhurt.
RNLI Lifeboat Operations Manager described the Marshes as difficult terrain and said: "The weather conditions had been very pleasant yesterday, but when we reached the boy, things were taking a turn for the worse."
Crews from Cleethorpes RNLI worked with the local Police and Coastguard teams to rescue the boy and launched their inshore lifeboat to aid in the search and rescue mission.
The boy was given a health check and found to be injury-free before being reunited with his parents.
Police investigating a report of rape in Cleethorpes on 9 February this year have arrested and charged a man in connection with the incident.
Cristian-Adrian LASCU, 42, of Cleethorpe Road in Grimsby is charged with one count of rape and has been remanded to appear at Grimsby & Cleethorpes Magistrates Court this morning.
Grimsby and Cleethorpes have become the latest towns to get their very own personalised Monopoly board. Adam Fowler went along to the latest launch without passing go and definitely without collecting 200 pounds.
A new Monopoly board featuring landmarks from Grimsby and Cleethorpes will be officially unveiled later today. The launch coincides with the famous board game's 80th birthday.
Two ten-year-old schoolchildren from the region will be officially launching the board along with lots of other youngsters bedecked in themed Monopoly costumes.
The official ceremony will take place at exactly the same time as the game hits shop shelves in both Grimsby and Cleethorpes, as well as online shelves including Amazon.
However the board will not appear in Scunthorpe where it has been reported that the rival town has "banned" it.
Flood sirens in Grimsby and Cleethorpes will be tested this week.
The 18 sirens help warn more than 25,000 households and local businesses of imminent tidal flooding from the Humber.
Police have appealed for witnesses to a collision between a car and a lollipop lady outside a Cleethorpes School.
The incident happened near Signhills School in Hardy’s Road at 3.25pm on Monday, July 13 and involved a silver Nissan Qashqai Visia.