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Witness appeal after attempted robbery in Chilwell

The photo shows the masked man who jumped onto the till and ordered a worker to open it before fleeing empty-handed. Credit: Nottinghamshire Police

Police in Nottingham are appealing to anyone who may recognise the man in the CCTV image above. Officers are keen to speak to the individual in connection with an attempted robbery at a Post Office in Chilwell. It happened at the Sunnyside Post Office, in Sunnyside Road, at around 7.45pm on Monday 3 October. The photo shows the masked man who jumped onto the till and ordered a worker to open it before fleeing empty-handed.

He punched the store owner in the arm as he tried to escape. The man is described as being of large, stocky and athletic build and about 6ft tall. He was wearing a black hood, green bomber jacket, black bottoms and black Adidas trainers. He was carrying a black drawstring bag. If you recognise him or have any information that may help please contact Nottinghamshire Police on 101.


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Peterborough prisoner kills cellmate with flat screen TV

Jordan Palmer was found guilty of manslaughter by diminished responsibility. Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

A prisoner in Peterborough has been convicted of battering his cellmate to death with a flat screen TV.

Jordan Palmer, 26, attacked 42-year-old Terrence Ojuederie at HMP Peterborough last December.

Palmer was cleared of murder but found guilty of manslaughter by diminished responsibility following a trial at Peterborough Crown Court.

Terry Ojuederie was attacked by his cellmate with a flatscreen TV. Credit: Cambruidgeshire Police

"The attack was one of the most vicious I have seen, and happened at a time when Terry Ojuederie was unable to defend himself or escape.

I can only say as some small consolation that in all probability Terry would have lost consciousness very quickly.

On the evidence presented during the trial, the jury has found Palmer guilty of manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility and I respect that decision.

Our thoughts are with Mr Ojuederie's family and friends at this difficult time, and I commend them for the dignity and respect they have demonstrated through a very difficult court process."

– Detective Chief Inspector Adam Gallop, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Major Crime Unit
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