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We are pleased to report that Mollie Howard has been found safe and well. Huge thanks to public & press for sharing the appeal to find her
A missing Lincolnshire teen has been found safe and well.
Mollie Howard, 14, went missing in Stamford on Tuesday evening. She had left a friend's house on Northumberland Avenue but failed to return as expected at 8.45pm.
Lincolnshire Police have thanked the public for their help.
Police are looking for a teenage girl who has gone missing in Lincolnshire.
Mollie Howard, 14, was last seen at 7.30pm on Tuesday when she left a friend’s house on Northumberland Avenue in Stamford and was reported missing when she failed to return there as expected around 8.45pm.
Mollie is described as being of slim build, around 5ft in height, with short hair in a pixie-style cut and pale skin.
Lincolnshire Police have released two CCTV images of men they wish to speak to in relation to two burglaries in Stamford in December. Police believe distraction tactics were used while the offences were committed.
The burglaries occurred on the 30th December 2013 between 4pm and 4.30pm. The first incident was in a shop on St Paul's Street in which a mobile phone was reported stolen. In the second case a small amount of cash was reported stolen from a shop on the High Street.
Anyone who recognises either of these men is asked to call 101 with information for the attention of investigating officer PC Andrew Donaldson.
A shoe shop on Stamford high street has had a planning application to repaint it rejected - because the colour isn't subtle enough.Read the full story ›
A reprieve has been handed to two of the region's hospitals at the centre of a financial crisis.
The Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals Trust has been unable to balance the books since signing a private finance initiative to pay for a new hospital for Peterborough.
It cost £289 million to build and at the moment needs an extra £40 million a year just to keep it running. In the end it could cost one and a half billion pounds.
Now the NHS regulator Monitor has come up with a rescue package aimed at turning things around.
Health watchdog Monitor has agreed a plan with Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals to to reduce debts and secure patient services.Read the full story ›
Monitor has secured a formal agreement from Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to implement a recovery plan aimed at closing an annual £40 million financial gap and securing vital services for patients.
A memorial to workers from Lincolnshire who fought in the second world war has been rebuilt after being demolished nearly a decade ago.
When Williamson Cliff brickworks were knocked down in 2004 the memorial went with it, but relatives of those remembered, searched through the rubble to find it piece by piece.