Merseyside Police is appealing for the public’s help in tracing a man who is wanted on recall to prison.
Matthew Pullman, 25, who is from the Crewe area, was jailed for 16 months in June 2015 at Chester Crown Court for assault.
He was released from prison on Friday 18 December 2015 but is wanted on recall for breaching his licence conditions.
Pullman is believed to have links to Halewood and the Winsford area of Cheshire.
He is described as being 5ft 8in tall, of slim build, with dark brown hair and blue eyes.
Anyone who knows Matthew Pullman or thinks they may have seen him recently is asked to contact Wavertree police station on 0151 777 5469 or leave information anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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A train from Crewe to London Euston is the most overcrowded service in the country, according to the Department for Transport.
The London Midland service operates at 201% of its capacity. The company says it had operated at "the maximum allowed at that time for the combination of the train path and the rolling stock available".
It also said the service had operated at eight-car carriages since December 2013.
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Luxury carmaker Bentley is creating over 140 jobs.
More than 50 apprentices will be taken on at the company's headquarters in Crewe, as well as 90 engineers.
Bentley is expanding its model range under an £800 million investment over three years.
The announcement follows a record year in 2013, when the company built more than 10,000 models, the highest in its 95-year history.
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Bentley motors are creating 100 new jobs at their headquarters in Crewe.
The factory is to become a centre of excellence for Volkswagen W12 engine production.
Dr. Wolfgang Schreiber, Chairman and Chief Executive of Bentley Motors, said: “This is an important step, not just for Bentley but also for the UK manufacturing sector.
This W12 centre of excellence is recognition of the long standing engine manufacturing expertise we have that has resulted in performance improvements across the model ranges over recent years.
The production of this advanced engine and its future generations will bring new technologies and skills to Crewe.”