A man has been arrested after two people were found dead in Worksop.
The bodies of a man and a woman were found in a house in Hardwick Road East at just before 7am this morning (21 April).
Police say a 28-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder is being treated in hospital.
Police are investigating a serious sexual assault in Worksop in Nottinghamshire.
Officers received a report at around 9:00pm yesterday that a woman had been assaulted in Edison Park Avenue.
The victim was taken to hospital where she received treatment.
The avenue remains closed to traffic while forensic examination takes place.
A missing mum from Worksop has been found safe and well this morning.
Nottinghamshire police had been looking for 31-year-old Vanessa Firth since she went missing from her home at 6.45pm on Wednesday evening.
Officers are thanking the public for their assistance finding the mum-of-one.
Nottinghamshire Police are concerned for the state-of-mind of 31-year-old Vanessa Firth.
The mother-of-one, from Netherton Road, Manton, has not been seen since 6:45pm on Wednesday.
Officers and relatives have searched the local area, including Hannah Park and Library Gardens where she enjoys visiting, but she is nowhere to be found.
Police in Nottingham are appealing for help finding a 31-year-old woman from Worksop.
Vanessa Firth left her house on Netherton Road, Manton, at 6:45pm on Wednesday and has not been seen since.
Vanessa is white, of medium build, has short black hair and is around 5ft 3ins tall.
She was last seen wearing blue jeans, with black boots and a dark blue or black coat.
A 41-year-old man from Worksop has been reported missing.
Dexter Elliott has not been seen since leaving his Worksop home at around 4pm on Thursday 12 December and police are increasingly concerned as he has now gone five days without medication.
Nottinghamshire Police described Dexter as being white and roughly 5ft 5ins tall. He has shaven dark hair, brown eyes, and is of a medium build and has a Yorkshire accent.
Dexter was last seen wearing a dark woolly hate, jeans, a black jacket and trainers.
Police have condemned "despicable" thieves who stole First World War medals during a distraction burglary on the eve of Remembrance Sunday.
The medals were taken yesterday afternoon from an upstairs room at the home of an elderly couple in Walesby, near Worksop, north Nottinghamshire.
One person gained access to the house in New Hill through an unlocked back door while an accomplice distracted the female occupant.
Detective Sergeant Gary Hewson is appealing for anyone who was offered war medals for sale to contact police.
He said: "This is a despicable crime, which has taken place the day before Remembrance Sunday.
If you know anything that could help us catch these offenders and return these war medals to this couple then please get in touch."
The first offender is described as having tanned skin, possibly of Asian appearance, with dark, short hair.
The second man was white with fair hair, and was slightly taller than his accomplice.
The Nottinghamshire Recycling Company say they are unsure why the fire started and an investigation will begin as soon as possible to establish the cause.
In a statement they said:
"The onsite security team informed the emergency services at around 4am this morning of a fire that had broken out in the main transfer building at our Worksop facility in Shireoaks Road.
The emergency service personnel attended and have brought the fire under control.
There were no casualties."
Nottinghamshire Recycling Co.