Police are continuing to question a 29 year old man in connection with the murder of a woman in Skegness.
Officers discovered the body of a 28 year old woman on Drummond Road on Friday.
They believe she was Lenuta Ioana Haidemac who had been reported missing from Lincoln.
Lincolnshire police say they are working with the East Midlands Special Operations Unit on the investigation and are appealing for witnesses.
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An investigation is underway after a body was found at a house in Skegness.
Officers were called to Drummond Road yesterday evening.
Police have warned local residents that they may experience some disruption as forensic examinations take place at the scene.
At the moment we are treating this death as unexplained and are in the very early stages of our investigation.
Local residents may experience some disruption this morning while a forensic examination takes place.
Officers will be on patrol in the area. Please speak with my officers if you have any concerns or if you have any information which may help our enquiries’.
New rules for street parking on Skegness seafront come into force today.
The council said there have been problems with congestion caused by cars parking on both sides of the road during summer, making it difficult for people to cross.
It is introducing measures including designated areas for buses and coaches and disabled parking bays and loading bays and more stringent parking rules.
Two women are in hospital with serious injuries after a collision with a car on Roman Bank, outside Butlins.
The women were crossing the road using a controlled pedestrian crossing just before 1am. The driver of the silver Volkswagen Golf, which was travelling in the direction of Ingoldmells, was not seriously injured.
The two women, one aged 22, have been taken to the Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham.
"This is a terrible collision, two women have been very seriously injured and any information witnesses can offer that will help our investigation would be very useful. We appeal to anyone who was in the area of Roman Bank near to Butlins around the time of the collision to contact the witness appeal line 01522 558855."
A man and woman are due in court over the death of a man killed after attending a wake.
Wayne Baxter who was 44 was found stabbed on Croft Bank near Skegness in Lincolnshire. He was taken to hospital but later died.
Sean Booth who is 25 and Sarah Booth who is 36, both from Croft Bank, Croft, have been charged with the murder .They are due to appear at Lincoln Magistrates Court today.
An inquest resumes today into the deaths of five members of a family who were killed in a car crash near Grimsby.
The Cockburn family died on their way to a dance competition in Skegness three years ago.
The inquest is expected to last for a week.
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East Lindsey District Council say they have been approached by other councils for advice on how to remove washed up whales from their beaches.
The Council was heavily involved in the process of removing three that became beached near Skegness last month.