Replacement bus services are running between Coventry and Nuneaton due to a faulty train.
London Midland services are currently unable to run on the line between the stations.
Disruption is expected to continue this morning until 8:15am.
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There are delays of up to one hour on London Midland trains between Tamworth and Nuneaton due to a trespasser at Atherstone.
It is also affecting Virgin West Coast trains.
Due to trespassers on the line at Atherstone services running through this station may be delayed or cancelled
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A thief stole a wallet and mobile phone from a man who had been fatally attacked on Halloween, police said.
Miroslav Holan, of Oak Lane, Bradford, avoided jail after pleading guilty to taking the items from 20-year-old Morgan Hehir in Nuneaton.
The 23-year-old took the items at around 9.15pm, shortly after Mr Hehir was attacked at Pool Bank Recreational Park.
He died in hospital overnight. Separate court proceedings in connection with the death are under way, police said.
Holan was sentenced to 18 weeks in prison, reduced to 12 weeks suspended for 12 months with a condition that he attends 35 days of rehabilitation activities. Police said he was also ordered to pay £135 in costs and a surcharge of £80 after appearing at Warwickshire Magistrates' Court.
This individual took advantage of a man who has been fatally injured in order to steal his phone and wallet. This act has caused further distress to Morgan's family, particularly as Morgan's phone would have contained irreplaceable photographs and memories. These items were never recovered."
A road in Nuneaton has been closed since early this morning after police were informed that a hand grenade had been found.
Officers were alerted to the discovery of the device near the doctor's surgery on Riversley Road shortly before 6.50am this morning.
Bomb disposal experts from Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) have been informed.
The device is not believed to be a danger to the public, but a 100m cordon has been established around the surgery to ensure public safety.
The A444 Coton Road is affected, so motorists are advised to take alternative routes.
A 28 year old man who was arrested in connection with the death of a man in Nuneaton has been released on conditional bail pending further enquiries.
He was initially arrested on suspicion of assault and then further arrested for manslaughter.
The body of a man believed to be in his seventies was found at an address on Tudor Road, at approximately 10.20pm on Friday. He is due to be formally identified this afternoon.
Police investigations continue at the scene.