Three people broke into a home in Rochdale and stole money.
It happened sometime between 1.30pm and 8pm on Wednesday, July 29.
Police said an Audi car pulled up at the junction of Broad Lane and three men broke into the home and searched a number of rooms before finding money and stealing it.
It is believed the three men got back into the car and drove off.
“The investigation has been ongoing and we have now managed to obtain a CCTV still of three men we are keen to trace and speak to.
"I would ask people to take a good look at the picture and if they recognise the men, to phone police.”
- Anyone with information should phone police on 0161 856 4619 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Rochdale Hornets are advertising for a new head coach following Ian Talbot's decision to leave the League 1 club.
Talbot left his backroom role at St Helens to take charge of Hornets three years ago and has now opted to return to the Super League champions.
"Following the conclusion of the season, I have decided to return to Saints to carry on my coaching career," Talbot said.
"I would like to thank everyone involved with the Hornets, members, fans, players and staff that have welcomed me and my family and helped us to create memories and friendships that we will always fondly remember."
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Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was stabbed whilst attempting to break up a fight in Littleborough.
A 21-year-old man was taken to hospital and had a two inch wound to his shoulder stitched up on 30 August.
There is absolutely no reason for anybody to be carrying a weapon like a knife on a night out.
Thankfully the victim’s wound was not so serious that it became life threatening but it could easily have been a different story.
We would like to appeal to members of the public who were present at the time to come forward and help identify those who were involved.
Karen Johnson has been crowned the Pride of Granada.
Both of Karen’s sons died from the rare genetic disorder Hunter’s Syndrome, less than 18 months apart.
She began fundraising for research into genetic disorders, and continued despite her third child being diagnosed with Leukaemia.
Karen’s charity the Gem Appeal has raised £2.6million for both research and treatment machines at Manchester Children’s Hospital.
She will go on to represent the North West in the Fundraiser category at the star-studded Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards in London.
Click below to see the moment Granada Reports presenter Tony Morris told her the news:
Video footage has emerged showing the aftermath of a bus crash in Rochdale.
It shows bystanders helping the injured after the double-decker’s roof was ripped off when the bus smashed into a railway bridge on Milkstone Road.
Eleven people were taken to hospital for treatment.
This footage was taken moments after the number 17 bus crashed into a low bridge in Rochdale. The roof of the double decker was ripped off at the scene on Milkstone Road.
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Bus passengers are feared injured after the roof of a double-decker was torn off as it drove under a railway bridge in Rochdale.
Up to 25 people were on board when the crash happened on Milkstone Road at just before 12.30pm.
Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said that a man and woman have sustained "serious" facial injuries and others have been injured.
Fire and ambulance crews were also called to the scene.
The roof of the bus completely came off and quite a few people have been injured.
Everybody is off the bus now and ambulance and fire crews are at the scene.
Three men have been jailed for carrying out a string of child sexual offences on children who were living in care in Rochdale.Read the full story ›