A man and a woman have been seriously hurt in a collision between a car and a lorry on the A157 at South Reston near Louth.
It happened at around 3.30pm today (September 6th). Both the injured were in the car. They were taken to Hull Royal Infirmary by air ambulance. The man is said to have suffered life-threatening injuries.
Police are working with Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue to investigate a fire at a derelict football ground in Louth.
At 3am on Monday 1 August, we received a call concerning a large fire at the Louth FC ground on Park Avenue, Louth.
There have been no injuries and no evacuations of nearby residents were required.
It is too early to determine if this was a deliberate ignition and we are working with Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue to establish the cause.
There has been a fire at a derelict football club in Louth, Lincolnshire.
Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue say the structure was well alight when they were called out to the blaze just before 3am.
02:59 - 8 appliances currently attending building fire on Park Avenue, Louth. Further information when available
**UPDATE FOR LOUTH** - Derelict football stand and social club well alight. Fire located first floor and roof. 2 jets, 1 HR in use.
Police in Lincolnshire are appealing for help to find a woman who has gone missing from Saltfleet, Louth.
They say Renata Slack, who calls herself Rita, left Saltfleet at approximately 9.30am on Tuesday morning and was last seen near the Co-op in Northgate, Louth.
Renata, 68, is described as being 5ft7, of a slim build and having grey hair in an old-fashioned hairstyle. She was wearing black jeans, a pink/red top and blue and white ballet shoes.
Police say Renata has a distinctively slow walk.
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An investigation is underway after a woman was found with a serious head injury in Kidgate in Louth around midday on Friday June 10.
The 48-year-old woman was taken to Grimsby Hospital and transferred to Hull Royal Infirmary for specialist treatment where her condition is described as critical.
We would like to hear from anyone who may have seen the woman in the area before she became injured, saw how she has become injured or stopped to help her following her injury. I am keeping an open mind, so any witnesses and any information that will help build a picture should please contact us on the 101 number. The female is described as 5ft 4 tall, medium build wearing a brown coat and burgundy trousers."
Detectives investigating an armed raid carried out by robbers dressed in panda 'onesies' have arrested two suspects.
Lincolnshire Police said a 17-year-old youth and a man aged 21 were detained on Tuesday on suspicion of robbery, burglary and theft from a shop. The pair have since been given police bail pending further inquiries into a robbery at a shop in Eastgate, Louth, on Sunday November 29.
A female member of staff was forced to remove cash from a safe during the raid involving two offenders, one of whom was thought to be carrying a handgun.
Police are investigating after a newsagents in Louth was held up in an armed robbery by two men wearing panda 'onesies'.
Lincolnshire Police say the men entered a shop on Eastgate in the town around 7:30pm on Sunday evening and used what is thought to be a handgun to force a female member of staff to empty cash from the safe.
The woman was unhurt and the men left the scene on foot. Detectives are asking anyone living nearby to check their bins for the discarded outfits.
A motorcyclist has died in a collision with a car on the A16 between Grimsby and Louth last night.
Emergency services were called to the village of Utterby at 22.45pm where a motor cycle had collided with a silver VW Touran. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The car driver, a 54-year-old local woman was taken to Grimsby Hospital suffering from shock.
Police are not naming the motorcyclist until relatives have been traced. They are appealing for anyone who was in the area at the time who saw either the motor cycle or the VW Touran prior to the collision, or the collision itself, to contact them.
A pensioner from Louth has been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of her vulnerable partner.
67-year-old Lynn Stallard was told she must serve a minimum of 12 years for the murder of 68-year-old Louis Spires.
Lincoln Crown Court previously heard she smothered her long-term partner, who was registered disabled and partially sighted, after an argument.
His family released a statement saying he had suffered for years at Stallard's hands.
Louis is, and will always be, missed by all his family and friends. He was such a lovely, caring man, who would not hurt anyone, so it was such a shock to hear of the terrible and tragic news of how his life was taken from him too soon. We just want justice for Louis now, not just for his death but for all the pain and suffering Louis had to deal with over the years at the hands of Lynn Stallard, someone who was meant to care and look after him as he was registered disabled and partially sighted. He needed help, which he did not get.