Police are appealing to trace this one carat diamond engagement ring which was stolen from a house in Basford in Nottingham.
It was taken, along with a MacBook Pro and an Acer laptop, from a house in Lansdowne Road, Basford.
It happened between 9.30pm on Monday 7 July and 1.25am on Tuesday 8 July 2014 when intruders forced their way in through the rear of the house.
The 14 carat white gold ring features a one carat square diamond, known as a princess cut, with two smaller round diamonds next to it. It has a sparkly thin band and is altogether quite an unusual design.
If someone has tried to sell you this ring, or you know of its whereabouts, contact police or call Crimestoppers anonymously.
Nottinghamshire Police are appealing for help finding a missing 78-year-old man from Gedling.
Geoffrey Bird, of Newton Road, was last seen at Colwick Park at around 3pm on Friday June 27th and has not returned home since.
He is white, around 5'8", with grey hair and wears large dark rimmed glasses.
A mental health charity has described the death of a pensioner killed by his schizophrenic grandson as tragic but incredibly rare.
Earlier today the coroner at his inquest recorded a verdict of unlawful killing.
The social care team were criticised for failing to assess William Barnard's mental state before he killed the 84-year-old at his home in Stapleford in Nottinghamshire.
This was undoubtedly a tragic incident with fatal consequences but it’s important to recognise that such cases are incredibly rare. More than half a million people live with severe mental health problems such as schizophrenia, but people with mental health problems are extremely unlikely to be dangerous."
The mother of a man suffering from schizophrenia who stabbed his Grandfather to death says he'd been fighting to get him help.
81-year-old John McGrath was killed by William Barnard in July 2009 at his Grandfather's home in Stapleford in Nottinghamshire.
Barnard also injured his 84 year old grandmother Mabel.
Kathleen Barnard said her father always wanted Will to get better:
The NHS have apologised for failings that led to the death of a man who was repeatedly stabbed by his grandson.
34-year-old William Barnard, who has schizophrenia, killed 81-year-old John McGrath at his home in Stapleford in Nottinghamshire.
Prior to the inquest the Trust had completed its own internal investigation in 2010 and commissioned a further external independent review of William Barnard’s care. We have previously acknowledged the failings that occurred in our services in 2009 but would like to reassure members of the public that significant changes have been made in the intervening five years..
We have listened carefully to the Coroner’s conclusion and note that the Coroner has acknowledged that the Trust has implemented significant changes over the past five years. We hope that this inquest has helped answer any remaining questions that the family has and brings them some closure.
A coroner has recorded an unlawful killing at the inquest into the death of a pensioner killed by his schizophrenic grandson.
The social care team were criticised for failing to assess the mental state of a man who stabbed his grandfather to death in 2009.
William Barnard, who has schizophrenia, killed 84-year-old John McGrath at his home in Stapleford in Nottinghamshire.
He has already pleaded guilty to manslaughter on the grounds of demolished responsibility.
The coroner said no one agency is responsible
Police have also been criticised for failing to arrest Barnard for an earlier incident involving a machete.
Police have arrested three men after a 22-year-old man was stabbed outside a bar in Nottingham city centre in the early hours of this morning.
Officers were called to Dogma on Byard lane after reports of a disturbance at 2:40am, where they found the man with stab wounds.
He was taken to the Queen's Medical Centre where police say his condition is being assessed.
Three men in their twenties are being held by police in connection with the stabbing.
A woman and her husband are facing a life sentence after being convicted of murdering her parents and burying them in their own back garden in Mansfield.
The bodies of William and Patricia Wycherley lay undiscovered for 15 years and were unearthed by police last year.
Today, their daughter, Susan Edwards, and her husband, Christopher, were found guilty of their murder.
Phil Brewster reports.
Detective Chief Inspector Rob Griffin from East Midlands Major Crime Unit says Susan and Christopher Edwards had taken around £300,000 from her parents.
The couple were today convicted of murdering William and Patricia Wycherley.
They are due to be sentenced on Monday.
The inquest into the death of an 81-year-old man has heard how his grandson, who was also his killer, was a suspect in an attempted robbery involving a machete 2 months earlier.
William Barnard pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of John McGrath on the grounds of demolished responsibility in 2010.
He had previously been diagnosed as having schizophrenia.
Today the inquest into his death heard that despite William being a suspect in the robbery, and his mental health history being known to police, no attempt was ever made to arrest him. The inquest continues.