Police in Lincolnshire are trying to identify a man who died after being hit by a coach on the A16 near Spalding.
It happened at around 6pm on Saturday 4 May on the southbound A16 near to Cowbit. It is believed the man was walking along the road when the collision occurred.
He was pronounced dead at the scene.
The man did not have any form of identification on him, so officers are trying to establish who he was. He is described as around 6'4" with short brown hair and brown eyes. He was wearing a 2-tone grey hoody, grey tracksuit bottoms and yellow trainers.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Lincolnshire Police on 101.
Lincolnshire Police say a complaint was made to them a fortnight after the Lora was smacked. They say the complaint has been dealt with by "restorative justice", as the shop assistant at Boots wrote a letter of apology to the child and her mother, which was "signed off" by the family.
A Boots spokesman said: “We are aware of this situation and have conducted a full investigation. We apologise for any distress caused and would ask Mrs Cropley to contact the team at Boots Customer Care.”
A mother from Lincolnshire who says her daughter was "smacked" in a shop in Spalding says the apology from the shop does not go far enough.
Angela Cropley was asking for advice at the counter in Boots in Hall Place, holding her eight-month-old son.
As her three-year-old daughter Lora played, she knocked items off one of the shelves. At this point an assistant "smacked" her and "told her she was naughty". The store say she was "tapped" - but have sent a letter of apology.
Ms Cropley said: “After I complained, the manager phoned saying the staff member said it was a tap not a smack and he wouldn’t be taking it any further. I said, ‘I don’t care what she called what she did, I never gave her permission to lay a hand on my daughter.’
“From the moment I met the manager, he treated me like I was after some financial reward, when all I wanted was an apology.”
Later, Angela received a letter signed by the staff member and the manager, claiming the actions “were only a gesture of empathy for your daughter”.
Ms Cropley says she isn't satisfied with the apology - as it did not admit that the incident should never have happened.
The body of a man has been found near the railway track at Steeping Stone Lane, Spalding in Lincolnshire. It comes following reports that a person was seen at the side of the track in the early hours of this morning.
The body was found around 7.50am Tests are being carried out to find out who he was and how he died.
A man who died in hospital on Christmas Day had sustained a fatal head injury. Lincolnshire Police are treating the death of Martins Lipsis, 21, of Broad Street, Spalding, as suspicious.
Officers and paramedics were called to an address in Winsover Road in Spalding at 1.15pm on Sunday December 23, where they found Mr Lipsis.
He was treated at the scene and taken to the Pilgrim Hospital in Boston, where he died two days later.
A Home Office pathologist yesterday revealed Mr Lipsis died from a head injury.
Five men aged between 19 and 28 and a 28-year-old woman, all from Spalding, were arrested at the scene on suspicion of assault occasioning grievous bodily harm and were released on police bail until January.
Police have released the name of a cyclist who died after being struck by a hit-and-run driver. Timothy Osborn, of Bourne Road, Pode Hole, near Spalding, Lincolnshire, was found injured on the A151 after failing to return home from work on Friday.
The 27-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene after the emergency services were alerted by members of his family. It is believed that Mr Osborn was involved in the collision some time after 9pm on Friday and officers were alerted to the incident at 12.15am on Saturday.
Police are seeking information about any vehicle which appears to have sustained front or side impact damage. Sergeant Chris Dennett, who is investigating the death, said officers were keen to speak to the driver of a van which may have been in the area, which was possibly silver in colour.