Police have released a new photograph of a missing woman they are trying to trace in the East midlands. Specialist Police Divers are continuing to search for 22-year-old Melanie Wilson who has been missing for over a week in Nottinghamshire, she was last seen in Mansfield at about 11:20pm on Wednesday 19 October.
Police underwater search teams are continuing to look for missing 22-year-old Melanie Wilson.
She was last seen in Mansfield on Wednesday 19 October.
Search teams are sweeping the banks of a pond at Sutton Lawn Park in Sutton-In-Ashfield.
Divers have been searching in Nottinghamshire for a 22-year-old woman who has been missing for over a week.Read the full story ›
Boy racers’ are being reminded of an injunction banning car cruising activity at Junction 27 of the M1, following an increase in reports.Read the full story ›
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Three people have been fined a total of more than £2,000 for dropping litter and failing to pay fixed penalty notices issued by Mansfield District Council.
34 year-old Abbie Oakley from Shirebrook was fined £440, ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £44 and costs totalling £259.42.
34 year-old Wang Jie from Mansfield was also summoned to court facing the same allegation of littering and magistrates fined him £660, ordered him to pay a victim surcharge of £66 and costs totalling £258.40.
Another man from Mansfield, 19 year-old Daniel Limer was fined £660, ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £66 and costs totalling 258.40 for littering on Nottingham Road in Mansfield.
Mansfield District Council Portfolio Holder for Public Protection Coun Mick Barton said: "I hope these court cases will send a clear message to people that as a council we mean business when we say we will not tolerate people dropping litter in Mansfield.
"These three offenders could have simply paid their Fixed Penalty Notice of £75 but instead they have chosen to ignore these notices and are now having to pay the full cost of that."
Police have released CCTV images of a woman they would like to speak to in connection with a fraud at TK Maxx in Mansfield last July.
Police are urging anyone who recognises this woman to get in contact on 101 quoting incident number 201 of 21st July 2016
Mansfield swimmer Molly Renshaw made it through to the final of the 200m breaststroke in the early hours of the morning.
Renshaw was the third fastest qualifier in a new British record of 2:22.33, taking it back from Chloe Tutton by just 0.01.
The final takes place in the early hours of Friday morning.
Rebecca Adlington from Mansfield is the most successful female swimmer in British Olympic history.Read the full story ›