Detectives are appealing for information about Ryan Peel, 29, who is wanted for failing to comply with the terms of his probation following release from prison.
He had been serving a sentence for burglary.
Lincolnshire Police say say Peel is believed to be in the coastal area around Mablethorpe.
Three people have been arrested on suspicion of wounding after a man was stabbed in Mablethorpe.
Officers were called to George Street shortly before 3am this morning in response to a report that a fight was taking place in the street.
A 23-year-old local man was taken to Boston Pilgrim Hospital for treatment to a stab injury to his leg.
The injury is not considered life-threatening.
Three local men, aged 17, 18 and 21, have been arrested on suspicion of wounding and remain in custody.
Police in Mablethorpe are hunting for a man who attacked and stole the phone of a man with learning difficulties.
The 35-year-old was waiting for a bus on Seacroft Road when he was approached by a man, who demanded his phone. The offender punched the victim and then stole the phone, a white Nokia Lumia 720, before running off along Seacroft Road towards the High Street.
Police say the only description available of the offender is that it was a white male in a black coat.
Mablethorpe's only secondary school is to close, due to financial problems and falling pupil numbers.
Governors at Monks' Dyke Tennyson College voted for closure in October and now a formal decision has been taken for the school to shut. Students will instead be taught at the school's other campus in Louth.
Governors at Mablethorpe's only secondary school have voted in favour of pushing ahead with a formal consultation to close it.
ITV Calendar has been told the closure plans for Monks' Dyke Tennyson College are due to a £1.4 million deficit and falling pupil numbers. Students will instead be taught at the school's other campus in Louth.
An action group has already held a protest, and it says there is growing support for the school to become a 'free school academy'.
Dozens of parents and schoolchildren will protest outside Monks Dyke Tennyson College in Mablethorpe today.
The school is due to close next year. But parents say they need it to stay open until 2017 - to get it up and running as a free school.
More than 1500 people have signed a petition to stop the only secondary school in a Lincolnshire town from closure.
The Mablethorpe campus of Monks' Dyke Tennyson College faces an uncertain future due to falling pupil numbers and mounting running costs.
The school has 785 pupils across two sites - 554 at Louth and just 231 at Mablethorpe. Furthermore, more than 60 per cent of parents in Mablethorpe send their children to schools outside the town.
The school's principal Mike Eyre says lack of numbers at the Mablethorpe campus are having an impact on the quality of education and he has been left with no option but to consider closing the school.
An appeal against a ban from Lincolnshire County Council on motorhomes staying overnight on a site near Mablethorpe is due to be decided today.
It is currently illegal to park any car at Huttoft Car Terrace between 10pm and 6am without the consent of the council.
Lincolnshire Fire Service has reported 'extensive structural damage' to the house near Mablethorpe that has been damaged in an explosion:
A house in Theddlethorpe has been badly damaged in what is suspected to be a gas explosion. These pictures from a viewer who lives nearby show the damage to the property:
The building is badly damaged though it is not yet clear how severe the damage is.
Emergency crews remain at the property assessing the damage. Nobody was hurt in the blast.