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Hunt for men who assaulted delivery driver and stole his van

Police are hunting men who assaulted a delivery driver in Haxey before stealing his van.

The incident happened on Wednesday in Eastlound Road.

The driver was grabbed by two men and assaulted, before one of them took his van keys and drove off in the vehicle.

The plain white Peugeot van was seen travelling on Doncaster Road, Westwoodside, and is believed to have been driven into the South Yorkshire area.

It is also suspected that those travelling in a black Honda Civic, seen following the van, may also have been involved.

Despite extensive searches, which included the use of the force helicopter, the vehicles are yet to be found.

One of the suspects was said to be of medium build, with dark hair. He wore a florescent jacket.


Video: Campaigners fight to save houses

A group of residents from North Lincolnshire say plans to demolish sixteen houses, which used to be home to vulnerable, elderly people are ill-thought-out and short-sighted.

The properties in Haxey are owned by North Lincolnshire Homes who say they're no longer fit for use and there's no demand for them. But residents say they have more than a hundred people campaigning to save them. James Webster reports.


Residents say threatened homes are ideal for the elderly

All but one of the residents who lives in a complex of sheltered housing in Haxey which is due to demolished have now been found alternative accommodation by North Lincolnshire Homes. But campaigners fighting to save the properties say the buildings and the area are ideal for elderly people to live.

Homes threatened with demolition in Haxey Credit: ITV Calendar

Residents brand demolition of sheltered housing short-sighted

A group of residents from North Lincolnshire is campaigning to save 16 homes in Haxey from demolition. They are owned by North Lincolnshire Homes who say there is no longer any demand for them because they are too old fashioned.

Campaigners who live nearby say there are people who would move into them straight away if they were available to let. They also say they have the backing of 100 people who want the buildings to be saved and believe the decision to take them down is ill-thought-out and short-sighted.

North Lincolnshire Homes took ownership of the properties in 2007 when they say half stood empty. Following a review of their portfolio a decison has been taken to demolish the buildings rather than attempt to renovate them though they have no definite plans for what will replace them.