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CCTV released after woman inappropriately touched at nightclub

Officers have released CCTV of a man they want to speak to Credit: Northamptonshire Police

CCTV has been released after a woman was allegedly inappropriately touched while at NB's nightclub in Bridge Street, Northampton.

At around 2.50am on Thursday, 15 September, the woman was with her boyfriend at the club when the incident is said to have taken place. A physical altercation then occurred between the woman’s boyfriend and the suspect.

Officers have released a CCTV image of a man, wearing a pink shirt and dark trousers, who they wish to speak with in connection with the incident.

The man pictured was with a group of men who may also have important information.

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Search for man with 'ginger afro' following attack in Northampton

Police in Northampton are investigating an attack in The Mounts area of the town.

Police searching for man with ginger 'afro style' hair Credit: ITV News Anglia

A man is thought to have pinned a woman against a wall in Bailiff Street at about 10 o'clock last Thursday morning. Two members of the public are believed to have pulled him away.

The offender is described as being a man in his late 40s, about 6ft, with light ginger 'afro style' hair and stubble on his face. He wore a black bomber jacket and was of medium build.

Anyone with information can contact Northamptonshire Police on 101. Alternatively, they can call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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Man robbed by 10-strong gang at bus station

Northampton's bus station Credit: Google Street View

A gang of up to 10 people attacked and robbed a man by the entrance to Northampton's bus station.

It happened on the junction of Bradshaw Street and Drapery some time between 6.40pm and 7.20pm last Thursday (October 27).

The victim saw another man being kicked on the floor and when he tried to intervene, he was set upon by the gang, who punched and kicked him to the floor before making off with a quantity of cash.

All the gang members were described as male and black.

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Driver patched-up window with blue sheet - but left a hole so he could see

Police were surprised by this "interesting" approach by a driver in Northampton. Credit: @Northants_RPU

A driver has been pulled over after patching up his smashed car window with blue plastic sheeting - leaving only a small hole to see his mirror.

Police stopped the vehicle just after midday on Saturday in Northampton after receiving reports of the bizarre installation, which was held together by tape.

Despite the improvised solution obscuring almost all of his view out of the driver's side window of the white Toyota, officers said the driver "thought it was actually OK".

PC Dave Lee, who took a picture of the car, which was stopped on Wellingborough Road, commented on Twitter that it was an "interesting concept".

The Safer Roads Team officer for Northamptonshire added the driver had been written to by the central ticket office and could face a fine or a court appearance.

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Optometrist spots tumour and saves life of Northampton teenager

Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Claire McGlasson.

A teenager from Northampton is urging everyone to book a sight test after a routine appointment saved her life.

Lauren Whittington says eye tests aren't just for people who need glasses.

Her optometrist picked up symptoms which showed she had a brain tumour.

Within three hours she and her family were told that doctors would have to operate.

The pressure that I spotted behind Lauren's eyes set me off to think that something wasn't right.

– Nicole Barber, Optometrist
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