Nottinghamshire Police have confirmed that a missing man from Retford has been found safe and well.
Kevin Tissington has been reported missing by relatives, but officers say they have no further concerns for him.
Police are concerned about a man who has gone missing from Retford.
Kevin John Tissington was last seen by a family member in Worton Street, yesterday afternoon.
The 49-year-old is white, 5ft 5ins tall, of heavy build and bald.
When last seen he was wearing a dark top with the word ‘Grumpy’ on the front and dark combat-style trousers. He was carrying a large rucksack and had his arm in a sling as a result of a shoulder complaint.
Mr Tissington has an interest in trains and is known to enjoy visiting the Quarries area in Sutton-cum-Lound.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Nottinghamshire Police.
Police have appealed for help to trace a man who went missing from Water Meadows in Mansfield yesterday,
Matthew Clarke, 22, who is from the Ashfield area, went missing just before 3pm yesterday.
He is 6 ft 4 ins tall, and of a heavy build with short brown hair. He was last seen wearing black Adidas jogging bottoms, a grey and white polo shirt, a black fleece and white trainers.
Sergeant Richard Cornell said: “Matthew is quite distinctive due to his height. Have you seen him? We are concerned for his safety and need to find him as soon as we can. If you know where he is please call us.”
It is believed Matthew may be intending to travel into Nottingham or London.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission has been called in to investigate the care of a man who suffered facial injuries whilst in custody at Mansfield police station.
Nottinghamshire Police have referred a complaint from the man's family to the IPCC. He had been arrested in Mansfield in July and taken to the custody suite. He was then found to have self-inflicted facial injuries that have left him blind in one eye.
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A woman and her husband who murdered her elderly parents and buried them in a back garden in Mansfield made £286,285 from their deaths.
Susan Edwards and her husband Christopher are serving life sentences after being convicted in June this year of murdering William and Patricia Wycherley in May 1998.
For the next 15 years the Edwards’ misled authorities and relatives into thinking they were still alive.
The pair had also pleaded guilty to obstructing the Coroner by burying the Wycherleys, as well as the theft of a credit balance.
At a hearing at Nottingham Crown Court on Tuesday, the pair were ordered to pay back as much as they could of their accumulated profits.
Following a subsequent financial investigation by Nottinghamshire Police the Edwards’ were found to have stolen £40,579.87 from the Wycherley’s two bank accounts, just days after the murder. They redirected benefit payments, as well as state pensions and private pensions, to a new account in Susan and Patricia’s names and continued to collect over the next 14 years.
Evidence was also obtained to show that credit cards and loan agreements had been taken out in the name of Patricia. They also made nearly £67,000 from the sale of the Wycherleys’ home in 2005.
On arrest Christopher had just £17.16 in his bank accounts. The joint account set up in the name of Susan and Patricia contained £8,797.62. The pair also had £2,939-worth of memorabilia, mostly relating to Frank Sinatra and Gary Cooper in their suitcases when they were arrested off a train from Lille in France.
They will be expected to pay the remaining £274,531.26 as and when they can.
A motorist has suffered potentially life-threatening injuries following a crash on the A1.
It happened at about 4.40pm on Monday on the southbound carriageway, just south of Cromwell, when a Mercedes and a lorry collided.
The car driver was airlifted Nottingham’s Queen’s Medical Centre.
No else was hurt.
The southbound carriageway was closed while the scene was examined and cleared, but has since reopened.
A 31-year-old woman injured in a collision in Mansfield at the weekend has died.
It happened at about 4.30am on Saturday 2 August 2014, when a yellow Citroen D3 was in collision with two people in Haddon Road, near the junction with the A60.
The woman was taken to Nottingham’s Queen’s Medical Centre with critical injuries, but later died.
A 28-year-old man was also treated for minor injuries.
A 27-year-old man and a 26-year-old woman, arrested in connection with the incident, remain on bail pending further enquiries.
Nottinghamshire Police have asked for any witnesses to contact them.