Derbyshire Police are asking if anyone has seen a distinctive pink scooter after it was taken from Stenson Fields earlier this month.
The force has issued the above picture of a similar scooter in the hope that it will jog someone’s memory.
The pink ‘Direct Bikes’ scooter was stolen from the driveway of a house in Buckthorn Close between Sunday, January 1 and Saturday, January 6.
PCSO Kerry Wallington-Waite explained:
The scooter is very distinctive in that it is bright pink, it is the same as the one in the picture we have issued other than the stolen bike has some black stickers on the side panels.
If anyone saw anything suspicious on Buckthorn Close between these dates or knows where the scooter is now then please make contact with us.
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Police have arrested a man after piles of muck were dumped on the steps of Derby Crown Court earlier this morning.
Officers were called at 7.10am by a member of the public, who reported seeing a tractor and muck spreader pull up outside the court before beginning to spray muck on the steps.
A 49-year-old man was arrested near the scene on suspicion of criminal damage. Police are working to remove the tractor, which was abandoned.
Police investigating a reported sexual assault on a 15-year-old girl have released a photo of a man they want to speak to.
The teenager was approached by a man outside Nottingham's Victoria Centre in the evening of Saturday 19 November.
He then walked with her to the Wells Road area of St Ann's, where the attack is believed to have taken place around midnight.
The man in the photo is black and of medium build with black hair in dreadlocks. He's thought to be around 30 years old and was wearing a black and white patterned beanie hat and a black coat.
Anyone with information that could help should contact Nottinghamshire Police on 101 quoting incident 5 of 20 November 2016.
Transport company Kuehne + Nagel has released a statement following an incident at their site in Burton which saw six people hospitalised with suspected carbon monoxide poisoning.
- Read their statement below.
“Kuehne + Nagel can confirm that an incident occurred at our Draycott in the Clay site involving a suspected carbon monoxide leak. Emergency services were called when a couple of people in one area of the site became unwell. A number of people were given oxygen at the site and six were taken to hospital as a precautionary measure. They are not in immediate danger.
A National Grid engineer attended site and isolated the gas supply to the building.
A thorough investigation is underway and until then we are unable to provide further details.”
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