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CCTV released over August bank holiday rape

Police investigating the rape of a woman in Doncaster in August have released CCTV of a man they want to speak to.

At around 12.40am on Monday 31 August, it is believed a 26-year-old woman was attacked in an alleyway leading from Silver Street, between VDKA and Grafitti bar.

This was an unprovoked attack on a young woman on a night out in Doncaster town centre.

As it was a bank holiday weekend, the town would have been busy so I’d appeal to anyone who was in the Silver Street area between 12am and 1am on the Sunday evening into Monday morning to think back and see if they witnessed any suspicious activity.

– Detective Constable Andy Eshelby

Pedigree dog killed in Rotherham attack

Police in Rotherham are hunting for the owner of a dog that mauled and killed another dog in the town.

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Around 7pm on Thursday 1 October a woman was walking her pedigree Schnauzer, near the Ravenfield ponds when an unknown man approached with a lurcher-type dog that was not on a lead.

The lurcher-type dog is believed to have bitten the Schnauzer, killing the animal almost instantly.

The man walking with the other dog did not give his details to the dog owner but provided a telephone number, which later turned out to be false.

The man is believed to have been walking the dog in the area with a woman and three small children under the age of seven.

The owner of the Schnauzer was not injured, but left severely distressed by the incident.


WATCH: Inside the unseen camps - ITV Calendar visits Dunkirk

The refugee and migrant camps in Dunkirk are just 30 miles from the sprawling Calais 'Jungle', but the setting could not be more different.

ITV Calendar travelled with Bradford-based charity the Human Relief Foundation to the Grand-Synthe, to find out how aid from Yorkshire is helping people in the camp.

Watch the second of two special reports:

Squash champion Nick Matthew collects OBE

Three-time World Squash Champion Nick Matthew was officially awarded his OBE at Buckingham Palace today by Her Royal Highness, Princess Anne.

The 35-year-old from Sheffield is the most successful English squash player of all time with 33 PSA World Tour titles, three Commonwealth Games gold medals and seven British National titles to his name.

Matthew attended the royal appointment with his family and described the experience as ‘humbling and an absolute honour’ as he collected the accolade for his services to squash.

Nick Matthew at Buckingham Palace today Credit: International Sport Group

“I feel completely humbled... It goes without saying it’s a massive honour for me personally but it’s also great to see squash recognised. Today’s ceremony will certainly be something I’ll never forget. My wife, friends and family have all been so incredibly excited since it was announced in the summer. I really do have them all to thank for helping me through the good and the bad times as a professional athlete, I don’t think I could have achieved as much without their unwavering support."

– Nick Matthew

Matthew will now focus his attention on the US Open which is taking place 8th-17th October in Philadelphia.


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