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Gran hailed a hero after fighting off robbers with stick

A grandma and shopkeeper from Nottingham is being labelled a hero after chasing two armed robbers out of her shop with a stick.

Rasham Gill and her husband Sharinder were both on the shopfloor when three young men entered their shop Sherghill Stores in Arnold.

The men, believed to be in their late teens, were wearing 'Scream' masks and two of them were armed with knives.

They demanded money from the couple, but fled empty-handed after Rasham grabbed a stick and hit one of them on the hand.

Police appeal for information over missing Worksop teenager

Roxanne Wilcox was last seen at Doncaster train station Credit: Nottinghamshire Police

Police are concerned for the welfare of a missing 16-year-old girl from Worksop and appealing for information from anyone who may have seen her.

Roxanne Wilcox was last seen at Doncaster train station at about 3.30pm on 2 September.

She was due to be picked up at the same station later that day but never showed up.

Roxanne is from Worksop Credit: Nottinghamshire Police

Roxanne is described as 5ft 5ins tall, with long, red hair which has been dyed purple and a nose piercing. She was wearing black leggings, a black t-shirt with a picture of gold trainers on the front and a black, zip up jacket.

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Nottinghamshire Police to discuss cuts to force

The Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Panel will meet later to discuss cuts to the force in the county.

A PCSO is a uniformed civilian member of police support staff Credit: Rui Vieira/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Last week the Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping confirmed a decision is imminent on the number of Police and Community Support Officers in the county who will be made redundant. It follows a consultation in June.

He said the reduction in staff numbers, including PCSOs, are because of the tough economic climate and the promise of further cuts to come.

Man admits knocking man to ground with single punch in Nottingham

A 29-year-old man has admitted knocking a man to the ground with a single punch outside a Nottingham bar.

Ricky Scott, of Albany Road, Nottingham, was caught on CCTV running up to another man and punching him violently in what officers called a "brutal attack".

The victim then appears to lie unconscious after hitting his head on the pavement in the early hours of March 1 outside the Bamboo Bar in Stoney Street, Nottingham.

Nottinghamshire Police circulated the shocking footage at the time in a bid to trace Scott after he left the victim with a fractured skull and jaw.

He appeared at Nottingham Crown Court on Thursday where he admitted the charge of wounding and will be sentenced at a later date.

Censored footage of the attack can be seen below. Video from Nottinghamshire Police.

Police appeal for help in finding teenage boy missing for twelve days

Ethan Austin has been missing for twelve days Credit: Nottinghamshire Police

Officers searching for a teenage boy who has been missing for 12 days are asking for the public’s help finding him.

Ethan Austin, 15, from Clifton, is described as 5ft 4ins tall, with blonde hair, green eyes and glasses. He was last seen wearing a dark coloured track suit.

There have been sightings of Ethan reported in the Clifton area, as well as in Radford.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts should call Nottinghamshire Police on 101.

Police are appealing for information about the whereabouts of Ethan Austin Credit: Nottinghamshire Police

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People may have taken in missing Nottingham woman

Gloris Smith has been missing since October last year Credit: Nottinghamshire Police

The family of a woman who has been missing from her home in Nottinghamshire for more than four months say they think someone may have taken her in, not realising her family are looking for her.

50-year-old Gloris Smith left her home in Nuthall on 22nd October. Her family are appealing to anyone who might know where she is to get in touch. There was a sighting in Nottingham around Christmas time, but nothing since.

£20,000 reward for information in taxi driver murder

Taxi driver Ethsham Ghafoor was shot in the head in an 'execution style' killing in 1994. Credit: Nottinghamshire Police

A twenty-thousand pound reward is being offered for new information about the murder of a taxi driver shot dead 20 years ago today.

Ethsham Ghafoor was shot in the head in what police describe as an "execution-style" killling at Gedling in Nottingham in 1994.

Today police and family will make a new appeal for anyone who has information about the killing.

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Nottinghamshire police referred to police watchdog

The Independent Police Complaints Commission has been called in to investigate the care of a man who suffered facial injuries whilst in custody at Mansfield police station.

Nottinghamshire Police have referred a complaint from the man's family to the IPCC. He had been arrested in Mansfield in July and taken to the custody suite. He was then found to have self-inflicted facial injuries that have left him blind in one eye.

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