A large quantity of mobile phones were stolen in a commercial burglary at Game stores on Cornhill, Lincoln.
Officers were alerted at just after 2am this morning (Wednesday 15th July) after the central alarm was sounded at the store.
Police believe that offender/s forced the door at Game to gain entry.
Officers would like to hear from anyone who may have seen or heard anything or anyone suspicious in the area or local vicinity at the time, or anyone who has any information about the stolen phones.
Construction work on a £6.65m specialist engineering and science college in Lincoln has been completed.
The project has seen a brand new bespoke facility built and the Grade II listed Greenstone Building refurbished to create a new home for the Lincoln University Technical College.
Located on Lindum Hill in the city the college will include new classroom facilities, science labs, workshops and office space and other features preserved throughout the building. The college will open its doors to students from early September.
A scheme in Lincoln is appealing for unwanted bikes, tools and bike parts as part of a project to give unemployed people a new opportunity at finding work.
"Cycle Recycle" gives those taking part the skills to repair and restore the donations, which they keep at the end of the project.
The City of Lincoln Council are considering plans to create more affordable housing in the city as almost 3,000 people are on a waiting list for homes.
Among the proposals are plans to acquire more land and setting aside budgets to build new homes.
Kate Hemingway has been watching, rather enviously, the people of Lincoln who were lucky enough to 'zoom the flume' today. And among those having a go - a police officer who is about to retire.
Thousands of people have been in Lincoln today to see a giant water slide on Flaxengate- which was brought to the city to boost tourism and raise money for charity. Hundreds who won a lottery style draw also got the chance to have a go on the so called Lincoln Flume. Among the thrill seekers was Sgt John fluck, three days before he retires from Lincolnshire police force.
Volunteers from a Lincoln-based charity who helped saved thousands of lives after the devastating earthquakes in Nepal say they need more support.
Lincs2Nepal workers who have just returned from the country want to help the Nepalese people get through the next hurdle they're now facing - the monsoon season.
Helen Steel reports:
Lincolnshire Police have released CCTV images of a man they believe can help them with their investigations after a woman was grabbed from behind and sexually assaulted in Lincoln.
The 19-year-old victim was attacked on Firth Road at around 7.30pm on June 30.
The attacker is described as being white, in his mid-20s, with short blonde hair and was wearing a blue t-shirt and orange coloured trousers.
A special auction is underway tonight to sell an iconic Spitfire to raise much needed funds for the upkeep of a memorial for Bomber Command.
The plane lay undiscovered beneath the sand off the French coast for 40 years and could go for more than £2million.
Lauren Hall reports:
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