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Rubber bullets used on Everton fans in Lille, say police

Scenes in Lille yesterday afternoon Credit: Voix Du Nord

The French Embassy in London has confirmed that police in Lille used a stun grenade and fired two rubber bullets during clashes with Everton fans yesterday.

A spokesman said police "had missiles thrown at them" after arresting a fan in the city's main square for selling drugs.

The individual was arrested over drugs was remanded in custody at the local police station.

No further arrests were made.

Eleven arrested over rape of vulnerable woman in Liverpool

Eleven people, including a 12-year-old boy and 15-year-old girl, have been arrested on suspicion of raping a vulnerable woman in Anfield.

Police were called to a property on Ullswater Street on Wednesday, 24 September 2014.

Following investigations at the scene, detectives believe a 43-year-old woman had been subjected to a sexual assault.

Detective Superintendent Tim Keelan, said:

"This was an appalling attack on a woman in her own home and we would urge anyone who has information, which could help us bring those responsible to justice, to come forward.

"It is possible that some of those who were in the flat on the day may have talked to people, including friends or family, about what happened and if they have we would urge them to contact us.

– Detective Superintendent Tim Keelan

Bar staff to start breathalysing clubbers before serving

Credit: Liverpool Council

Door supervisors in bars and clubs in Liverpool are being issued with breathalysers as part of a new campaign called “Say No to Drunks”, which aims to stop people who have had too much to drink being served further alcohol.

Bar staff who serve people who are drunk could be issued with a £90 fixed penalty notice and if it goes to court the fine could be up to £1000 on conviction. Premises could also have their licence reviewed.

Around 25 bars and clubs in Ropewalks have agreed to take part in the pilot scheme.

Credit: Liverpool Council

E-fits released of men suspected of raping teenage boy in Salford

Credit: E-fits

Police have released E-fits in a fresh appeal for witnesses, after a 17-year-old boy was raped as he walked through a park in Salford.

The incident happened between 12.10am and 12.42am on Wednesday 8 October 2014, when the boy was walking in Buille Hill Park, in the Eccles area.

Police believe two men were standing at the gate of the Seedley Road entrance to the park and followed the boy along the path into the park.

The victim then lost sight of the men and continued to walk further into the park, but a short time later the offenders approached him and raped him.

The men, both described as white, one in his late twenties and slim, the other in his thirties or forties and overweight, were both wearing shorts and hoodies with the hoods up. The slim male had blonde hair and was wearing glasses.

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