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Police appeal after man attacked in Grimsby

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was attacked in Grimsby.

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The 23-year-old victim, was walking with a friend on Hainton Avenue, when a man got out of a car and allegedly assaulted him before driving away in a silver coloured vehicle. He suffered cuts to his neck and arm. He was taken to hospital for treatment.

Police believe the attacker and victim were known to each other.

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Police appeal after man assaulted in Grimsby street

Police are appealing for witnesses after a 22-year-old man was assaulted in the street in Grimsby.

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The assault happened close to the Crosskills Florist, Heneage Road on June 16 at around 9pm. The victim suffered a cut to his head.

Police said earlier the victim had tried to return a pushbike he had bought which turned out to be stolen and are investigating if there is a link between this and the assault.

Young Grimsby Town fan set to be mascot for England at Euro 2016

A young football fan from Grimsby will walk out with England players ahead of their Euro 2016 match against Wales in Lens today.

Charlie Walker, 10, an avid Grimsby Town fan, won a photo competition asking fans to showcase their passion for football.

He will now be part of a team of young escorts leading the Three Lions out for their crunch match.

Click below to watch John Shires' report

Police search for missing 14-year-old

Missing 14-year-old Vladimir Soares Credit: Humberside Police

Humberside Police are searching for Vladimir Soares who has not been seen since leaving Holy Family Catholic School in Grimsby yesterday.

Police are appealing for him to make contact with them or his family urgently.

Vladimir is around 5’ 7” tall, a medium build with short curly dark hair.

If you have any information please call Humberside Police on the non-emergency number 101, quoting log 481.

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Motorcyclist suffers leg injuries in Grimsby collision

A motorcyclist suffered leg injuries and needed hospital treatment after being involved in a collision with a car in Grimsby.

It happened at 10pm on Friday June 10, at the junction of Yarborough Road and Cross Coates Road in the town.

The 20-year-old motorcyclist was riding a 125cc motorcycle and suffered swelling and cuts to his knee and legs in the crash with a blue Citreon C5.

Police are appealing for witnesses and are keen to trace a woman who was seen riding a bicycle on Yarborough Road just before the accident.

59-year-old's necklace stolen in Grimsby robbery

Humberside Police are appealing for information after a woman was robbed at a bus stop in Grimsby.

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The incident took place on Saturday 11th June at 1pm on Cleethorpe Road in Grimsby.

The suspect is said to have made small talk with the victim before taking the gold necklace the woman was wearing. He is described as white, with short cropped fair hair, 5ft 8in to 6ft tall and of slim build. He wore navy tracksuit bottoms with a stripe and a navy sweatshirt.

The necklace is described as being heavy linked with a diamond encrusted pendant.

Search for missing Sophie, 13

Sophie Lester

Humberside police are making a direct appeal to a missing 13-year-old girl to get in touch and let them know she is safe.

Sophie Lester, from Grimsby, was last seen yesterday morning (June 11th) and expected back home in Scartho Road at 4.30pm after visiting friends, but has yet to show up.

It's be believed Sophie, who looks much older than her age, may still be in the North East Lincolnshire area. She is 5ft 6" tall, with a tanned complexion, and has a pierced tongue. She was last seen with her very long dark brown hair worn in a top knot.

If this message reaches Sophie directly, we want you to know that we have teamed up with 'Missing People' charity. If you would prefer to call them - please do. We just want to make sure you are safe.

Missing People are here for you. They will listen and offer support. Not judge or tell you what to do they are free, confidential and available 24/7. Call or text 116 000, Email 116000@missingpeople.org.uk. You can text them even if you have no credit left on your mobile phone. Lots of people are worried about you Sophie and we all want to know you are safe. However you choose to get in touch, please tell someone where you are.

– Humberside Police

Anyone who thinks they have recently seen Sophie or have any details which may help the police is asked to ring Humberside Police on 101, quoting lo number 644 of 11/06/16.

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