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Police appeal after small child seen 'walking alone'

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Police officers are asking the public for information after a young boy was reportedly seen walking alone along a pavement in Hucknall.

The boy, thought to be aged between two to four, was last seen in Annesley Road near the Wighay Roundabout. He was seen walking towards the town centre just after 9.30am this morning.

The child is described as white, with brown hair, and was wearing a navy blue cardigan and navy blue trousers.

Police searched the local area, but could not find him and are now appealing for information about him or his parents. No one matching his description has been reported missing.


Shoppers showered with rubble from crumbling building

Shoppers in Hucknall had a lucky escape after chunks of concrete showered down on them from an overhead building.

Fire crews were called to the High Street this morning.

They set up an aerial ladder platform and spent three hours making the area safe.

A Nottinghamshire Fire Service spokeswoman said the rubble had come from a third-storey concrete window sill.

She confirmed that nobody had been injured.

Hucknall off-licence robbed at knifepoint

The robbery happened at Booze Busters on Nabbs Lane Credit: Google Maps

A robber brandishing a knife has made off with cash and cigarettes from an off licence in Hucknall.

The armed robbery happened at Booze Busters in Nabbs Lane at 9pm on Monday. The man threatened a member of staff, who was left very shaken by the ordeal.

Police want to find witnesses to the incident. The robber is described as around 5ft 10ins tall and of thin build - he spoke with a local accent.

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