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Police search for missing man with Boston connections

Malcolm Dent has not been seen for about a fortnight Credit: Humberside Police

Police are looking for a missing man who has links to Boston in Lincolnshire.

Malcolm Dent, 56, who recently moved out his home in Grimsby, has not been seen since 6 May and was reported missing by his family on 15 May.

He is described as white, 5ft 11ins tall, of thin build and with dark thinning hair.

Mr Dent's family are anxious to confirm his safety and wellbeing.

Anyone who sees him is asked to contact Lincolnshire Police on 101.


Police renew appeal for football fan attack suspect

Police investigating an assault on a football fan which left him with potentially life changing injuries have renewed their appeal to trace a man they want to speak to.

Police want to speak to this man Credit: West Midlands Police

Detectives believe the suspect may be from Telford.

44-year-old Nic Cruwys suffered a serious head injury after he was attacked by a group of men following Wolves' game against Watford in March.

Twelve people have already been arrested over the assault and are currently on bail while inquiries continue.

70,000 expected at Birmingham Pride

Up to 70,000 people are expected to take part in the Birmingham Pride parade and festivities over the weekend.

A picture from last year's Birmingham Pride Credit: ITV News Central

It could raise as much as £30 million pounds for the city's economy, according to the organisers.

Birmingham Pride officials are promoting freedom and togetherness at a time when in some countries being openly gay can result in death.


75% reduction of front counter services at Derbyshire Police

Derbyshire Police says only four of its 16 front counter services will remain open by September.

12 front counters will be closed by September Credit: Joe Giddens/PA Wire/Press Association Images

The closures are part of the force's plans to make savings of up to £26 million during the next five years.

Only the counters at Buxton, Chesterfield and Derby's St Mary's Wharf and Pear Tree police stations will remain open.

Event in Leicester to display unity for people of Nepal

Faith leaders, members of Leicester's Nepalese community, and local politicians will come together in Leicester later to display their unity for the people of Nepal.

Image of the destruction from the earthquake in Nepal Credit: Guillaume Payen/Zuma Press/Press Association Images

The event will highlight the role that faith groups are playing in the relief effort and raise awareness of how people can support the Nepal Earthquake Appeal.

It has been organised by Leicester Council of Faiths, the Federation of Muslim Organisations and Islamic Relief.

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