A man with links to Nottingham is being sought after he absconded from a Gloucestershire prison.
Mark Stoner-Seed, 52, was released on a temporary licence on Friday 23 January, but failed to return at the designated time to HMP Leyhill.
Stoner-Seed is serving a life sentence for murder after killing a teenage girl 26 years ago.
He is described as white, bald, around 5’7”, of large build, with blue eyes. Stoner-Seed should not be approached.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts should call Avon and Somerset Police on 101 quoting crime reference G8061/15 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
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Four authorities have come together to launch a campaign for fair government funding.
Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire say spending cuts in their areas are higher compared to those made in more affluent ones.
Nottingham is the ninth hardest hit authority in the country.
A petition is being organised which will then be presented to Parliament.
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The body recovered from the River Wear in Durham city last Friday afternoon has now been formally identified as Euan Coulthard.
The 19-year-old was reported missing on Thursday, 15th January after he failed to return home following a night out.
The results of post mortem examination will be forwarded to HM Coroner but police are satisfied there are no suspicious circumstances regarding Euan’s death.
The coroner is expected to arrange for an inquest to open, probably later this week.
We are very grateful for the assistance we received during our searches from Euan’s friends and fellow students, as well as all the other agencies and volunteers who took part. Our thoughts are now very much with Euan’s family at this sad time.”
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72 year old tweets that he was given the all clear after a recent operation. He was diagnosed with bladder cancer for the third time last year.
Alan, who lives in Seattle in the United States told his followers that he is also no longer taking medication for the condition.
He began his career at Wolverhampton Wanderers in 1961, before moving to Nottingham Forest. He also won two league titles with Derby County in the eight years he spent with the Rams.
Alan has spent the last 34 years in the US, perviously coaching Major League Soccer sides The Vancouver Whitecaps and the Seattle Sounders.
Two more front counters will be closing at police stations in Nottinghamshire today.
The force has already shut down its front offices at Bulwell and Clifton, and today, the services will close at Broxtowe and Ollerton.
The closures are part of a cost-cutting initiative announced by Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping last year.
"Nottinghamshire Police is committed to providing the best service possible to the public and this means putting the right resources in the right place at the right time.
"As such the Force reviewed its police station front counters and the decision has been made to withdraw some of the services at our quieter stations."
Front offices will also be closed at Hucknall, St Ann's and Oxclose Lane over the coming weeks.
Church Street, Sutton In Ashfield is blocked blocked following an accident involving two cars involved between B6020 Chapel Street and Laburnum Avenue.
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