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ROADS: A6130 GREGORY BOULEVARD - BOTH DIRECTIONS - NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

ROADS: A6130 GREGORY BOULEVARD - BOTH DIRECTIONS - NOTTINGHAMSHIRE Credit: Google Maps

There is slow-moving traffic on the A6130 Gregory Boulevard in Nottinghamshire which is closed in both directions.

This is due to an accident between Radford Road and B682 Sherwood Rise. Police are currently on the scene.

Police concerned for missing 15-year-old girl

Charlene Thomson was last seen in Nottingham Credit: Nottinghamshire Police

Police say they are concerned for the safety of a 15-year-old girl who was last seen in Nottingham.

Charlene Thomson was last seen at around 6pm on Friday 17 February.

Charlene is described as around 5ft 2ins tall with long brown hair. She was last seen wearing a thin black coat, green vest and black jeans.

Nottinghamshire Police are asking people with information to call 101.

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Midlands athletes to be honoured at Buckingham Palace

Helen Richardson-Walsh Credit: ITV News

Nottingham's Helen Richardson-Walsh will be awarded an MBE for helping the national hockey team win gold at the Rio Olympics.

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She will be honoured along with Northampton swimmer Ellie Robinson at an event at Buckingham Palace this morning.

Ellie Robinson Credit: ITV News

Police misconduct hearing ruling due today

PC Ateeq Syed Credit: Peter Bearne/ITV Central

A Nottinghamshire police officer accused of sexually inappropriate and aggressive behaviour towards female colleagues is expected to learn his fate today.

For the last three days, a misconduct hearing at Force Headquarters in Arnold has been hearing evidence regarding six allegations against Pc Ateeq Syed, who was a beat officer in Beeston.

PC Syed denies gross misconduct and claims he's been singled out by a dysfunctional and divided team.

A panel which has been hearing the allegations is due to retire to consider its ruling.

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Police search for man who discovered body in park

West Park Credit: Google Maps

Police are searching for a dog walker who found a man's body in a Nottingham park last December.

The man found the body in West Park in Long Eaton at around 8am on Wednesday December 21.

He approached a woman who was walking past and asked her to call an ambulance. Police have her details, but say the man had left the scene when emergency services arrived.

The circumstances of the death are not suspicious but the police want to identify him on behalf of the coroner.

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