Humberside Police have released CCTV images following a break-in at an E-Cigarette outlet in Bridlington.
Police say the suspects stole £40 worth of E-Cigarette liquid after a plate glass window was broken and the alarm was triggered.
The incident took place at 5:30am on Sunday 7th February at the E-Cigarette Outlet on the Promenade in Bridlington.
Both suspects are described as white males, aged between 13 -16 years old and between 5ft 5in and 5 ft 7in tall.
Hull City Council is set to launch a 'sugar smart' campaign to promote healthier living for parents and children.
The launch will include a cooking demonstration and activities led by Public Health England (PHE) around the hidden sugars in food at a primary school in the city.
They say the aim is to encourage parents and children to take control of their daily sugar intake.
The Sugar Smart campaign is part of the Change 4 Life initiative aimed at improving the health of the nation.
Humberside Police are appealing for information after a woman was assaulted in Bridlington.
Police say the 43-year-old woman was assaulted as she was walking along Scarborough Road in Bridlington.
The victim was pushed from behind and then slapped one of the two men int he face. After the attack, both men ran towards Burstall Hill.
The incident happened in the early hours of Sunday 31st January. The 43-year-old woman was left uninjured but very shaken.
Humberside Police are appealing for information after burglars broke into a home in Hull and stole a samurai sword.
Police say the incident took place between Monday 22nd January and Wednesday 24th January whilst the owners were away.
The sword is worth over £1000 and has a brown wooden sleeve, brown wooden handle braided tassels and brass fittings on the sleeve.
Humberside Police are appealing for witnesses after a robbery at an elderly couple's home in Grimsby.
Police say the incident took place on Saturday 30th January at 8pm, as two men forced their way into the property.
The elderly man was restrained and the suspects demanded money from his wife. They left the home without taking any property but left the couple shocked and shaken.
The first suspect is described as white, 6ft tall and of slim build with a local accent. The second suspect is also white, 5ft 8ins tall and of a stocky build.
Hull City Council is launching a new campaign which will highlight the direct link between smoking and cancer.
The aim is to highlight how smoking is linked with 16 different types of cancers.
According to figures released by the council, around 40 people in Hull die from conditions directly related to smoking every month.
Humberside police are appealing for information after three masked men tried to rob a store in Bridlington.
Police say the gang walked into the store in Queensgate carrying pieces of wood. They tried to steal money from the till before hitting one staff member with the weapon and left the store empty handed.
Humberside police are appealing for witnesses after farming equipment and fuel was stolen from an agricultural merchant.
Police say the theft took place between 6pm on the 26th January and the early hours of the 27th January.
The suspects broke into a container and stole the following items:
- Industrial Jet Wash
- Agri-Pro Hand Moisture Analyser
- Yellow Pneumatic Trolley
- Fuel Receiver
- 50m Electrical Extension Cable
- Tyre Inflator Pump
- Electrical Submersible Pump
- Three Grease Guns
The thieves also stole a large quantity of red diesel from a fuel storage tank and two commercial lorries were also drained of diesel.
Hull's Bee Lady is set to receive an award from the Lord Mayor recognising her work across the city.
Jean Bishop is best known for her black and yellow suit, raising thousands for charities in the city.
The Lord Mayor will be presenting the award at the council meeting at the Guildhall. It isn't the first time Jean has received an award, as Kingston Communications painted a phone box black and yellow in her honour.
The Deputy Lord Mayor of Hull will today open the city's largest dedicated Post-16 and adult learning facility.
The Endeavour Learning and Skills Centre will be opened at the site of the former Endeavour High School.
It will be the new home of training for a vast range of courses and apprenticeships for young adults.
This centre offers a great venue for learners, which we hope will encourage more people through its doors, helping to ensure the city has a well qualified and skilled workforce in the future.