Police are appealing for information about a 15 year-old boy who has gone missing from Spalding.
Duy Nguyen was last seen at the Peacocks store in the Market Place, where he was shopping with his foster carer.
Detectives say Duy may be trying to make his way to London.
He is described as 5' 2" tall, of slim build, with short dark hair. He was wearing light coloured blue tracksuit bottoms and a blue scarf. he has a scar over his right eye.
Anyone who thinks they have seen Duy is asked to call 101, quoting incident number 165 of 4th December.
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Friends and family of a mother and daughter who were shot dead outside a Lincolnshire leisure centre have held a service to commemorate their lives.
Lance Hart killed his wife Claire and their 19-year-old daughter Charlotte before turning the gun on himself in Spalding in July.
Today a private ceremony was held at Charlotte's former school, where a tree was planted in her memory.
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A Lincolnshire man is waiting to find out if he faces seven years behind bars in Thailand for - as he puts it - just doing his job.
Andy Hall is a human rights campaigner and is alleged to have been involved in a report accusing a Thai fruit company of labour abuses. He was charged with computer crimes and defamation - charges he denies.
Tomorrow, he is due in court in Bangkok to find out his fate. His family back in Spalding say despite being scared they are hopeful, as Andy himself is expecting a positive outcome.
Kate Hemingway reports:
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