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13-year-old boy missing from Grimsby

Police are appealing for help in locating a missing 13-year-old Grimsby boy.

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Ashley Jason Farrar was reported missing to police at around 8am on Tuesday April 21 after being last seen the previous day.

Ashley is described as white, 5ft 4ins tall with a slim build and cropped mousey coloured hair. He was last seen wearing navy blue Adidas jogging bottoms with blue strips, a navy blue Adidas tracksuit top and navy blue Adidas trainers.

Since being reported missing police have had a reported sighting of him in Grimsby, but concern is now growing for Ashley due to his age and lack of contact with his family.

Police searching for missing 14-year-old

Police are searching for a missing 14-year-old in Immingham.

Marcus has been missing since Friday Credit: Humberside Police

Marcus Blackham has been missing since Friday 17th April after he didn't come home that evening.

Since being reported missing police have had a reported sighting of him in Grimsby, but concern is now growing for Marcus due to his age and lack of contact.

Marcus was last seen wearing a blue hooded top, dark grey tracksuit bottoms and dark blue Adidas trainers.

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Police appeal to trace missing Grimsby teenager

Police are appealing for help to trace a teenager missing from Grimsby.

Missing Grimsby teenager Lacy Fuller Credit: Humberside Police

Lacy Fuller, who is 15-years-old, was reported missing to police on Wednesday April 15 after failing to return home that day.

Since being reported missing police have had a number of reported sightings in Grimsby Top Town area, but concern is now growing for Lacy due to her age and lack of contact.

Lacy is described as white, 5ft 3ins tall with a medium build and light brown hair which is past her shoulders and brown eyes.

She was last seen wearing black leggings with small skulls on them, a grey hooded top with pink sleeves and dark vans trainers.

Anyone with information is urged to contact police.

Man jailed over one punch death of Grimsby man

A man has been sent to prison over the death of a 38-year-old man from Grimsby.

Shane Bower died after suffering serious injuries in Bethlehem Street, Grimsby

Shane Bower died as the result of a single punch in Bethlehem Street in the town in the early hours of Tuesday 17 February 2015.

Charles Westwood, aged 48, of Princes Road, Cleethorpes pleaded guilty at Hull Crown Court to manslaughter. He was sentenced to four years in prisons.

"The sentence handed to Charles Westwood should act as a deterrent to others. There is no doubt that alcohol was an aggravating factor in this incident fuelling a violent outburst with tragic consequences, destroying the lives of those involved and their families.

Humberside Police are committed to tackling violent crime and will continue our efforts to reduce the numbers of victims. However we also need people to play their part by thinking about their actions before they get involved in a dispute which can turn to violence.”

– Detective Chief Inspector Phil Gadd, Humberside Police

NHS Trust to apply for multi-million pound government loan

Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust says it is applying for a multi-million pound government loan to help with running costs.

The trust, which runs hospitals in Scunthorpe, Grimsby and Goole, is expected to announce a deficit of £18 million this year. Bosses say they're asking the Department of Health for a one off loan to close the funding gap and ensure the trust's sustainable future.

Renewed appeal for information about sex offender on the run

Lincolnshire police have appealed for information about a registered sex offender on the run.

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Mark John Hudgell, 30, is wanted for breach of Crown Court Bail.

He was convicted on the 24th February 2015 at the Great Grimsby Crown Court for the offence of attempting to meet a child following sexual grooming.

He was granted conditional court bail pending sentence.

Police believe he is in the Grimsby area.

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Appeal for witnesses after racially aggravated incident

Police in Grimsby have appealed for witnesses after a racially aggravated incident at Luxemore Services.

The incident happened between 1530 and 1630 on Sunday 1 March.

A customer is alleged to have become involved in a disagreement with a cashier in the service station.

In the course of the disagreement some abusive remarks of a racial nature were said to have been made to the cashier.

Other customers were in the store at the time and police would like to hear from anyone who may have witnessed the incident.

Vote for Grimsby and Cleethorpe's favourite Monopoly landmark

Vote for landmark Credit: PA

Monopoly bosses will be in Grimsby and Cleethorpes today asking people which regional landmarks should replace the board's top spot, Mayfair, for a brand new Monopoly board.

Cleethorpes Pier, The Dock Tower, the Auditorium, Heritage Centre and Grimsby Town football club have each polled well since voting opened up last month. Polling closes on March 30th.

The new Grimsby board is part of Monopoly's 80th anniversary celebrations.

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