Officers searching for missing man Sammad Ali in Nottinghamshire have found a body.
The 33-year-old has been missing since 13 November 2016. He was thought to be making his way home from Collygate Road but never arrived.
Police recovered a man’s body from the River Trent at Hoveringham on Monday afternoon (30 January).
Formal identification has not yet taken place. A police investigation is underway, however officers are not treating the death as suspicious at this time.
Nottinghamshire Police has asked motorists to take extra care on the roads this morning as thick fog covers parts of the county:
Thick fog in areas of the county this morning: ❌ Leave extra room to brake Use dipped headlights ⚠️ Drive carefully and to the conditions
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Nottinghamshire Police are appealing for witnesses following a robbery at a Retford service station in the early hours of this morning.Read the full story ›
Three men have been arrested in connection with a serious assault in Eastwood.
Police were called to Ryemere Close at about 7.45pm on Monday after receiving reports that a man had been stabbed.
The men, aged 25, 29 and 31 were arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm.
A 28-year-old man remains in hospital.
If you have information call police on 101 or alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 55511.
Followng a fatal collision this morning, the A612 is set to be re-opened shortly.
Nottinghamshire Police have thanked people for their patience.
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Nottinghamshire Police are appealing for witnesses after a fatal collision on the A612 this morning at Colwick Loop Road.
At around 6.30am, a lorry collided with a man who has subsequently died of his injuries.
A road closure remains in place in both directions between Racecourse Island and Vale Road and is expected to remain closed for the rest of the morning.
Drivers are being asked to avoid the area if at all possible.
If you witnessed the collision or have any information which may assist please call 101.
A man who groomed a teenager via Facebook and then raped her has been sentenced to 16 years in prison.
Imtiaz Baig made contact with the 16-year-old through social media and spent months messaging her trying to arrange a meeting. He told her he was a businessman, who rented out prestige car and helicopters.
The 37-year-old tried to meet her on several occasions but she was wary of his motives and did not turn up. Finally he managed to persuade her to meet him at a hotel in Newark on August 29 2015.
He plied her with alcoholic drinks and raped her.
Baig, of Straight Drove, Farcet, near Peterborough, was convicted following a trial in January and sentenced yesterday at Wolverhampton Crown Court.
This case underlines the lengths that dangerous individuals like Baig will go to in order to entice a child to engage in sexual activity.
I would like to pay tribute to the courage of the victim. Despite the trauma of the incident and the effect of the alcohol he had persuaded her to drink, she had the presence of mind to take his clothing and other belongings to prevent him from fleeing the hotel.
Her brother, whom she had already arranged to meet to pick her up, sensibly took her to Newark Police Station where excellent work by the officer who met ensured that crucial evidence, including the telephone correspondence between Baig and the girl, was quicky obtained.
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Potentially crucial evidence was lost and a suspect was free to carry on offending due to "unacceptable" delays in child sex inquiries.Read the full story ›