An investigation is underway after a man was allegedly shot in the leg in St Helens. His injury is not believed to be life threatening.Read the full story ›
The mother of Cassie Hayes told Andrew Burke he should 'rot in hell' for the murder.Read the full story ›
A man has been jailed for a minimum of 26 years for the murder of a travel agent at her workplace.Read the full story ›
A man has pleaded guilty to the murder of a travel agent at her workplace.Read the full story ›
Andrew Burke, 30, has pleaded guilty at Liverpool Crown Court to the murder of travel agent at her workplace in Southport.
Cassie Hayes, 28, died in hospital from a wound to her throat inflicted at the Tui branch in Southport town centre on January 13.
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Emergency services are currently dealing with a fire at a church in St Helens.
Police have closed the road.
A woman who was killed in a travel agents in Southport has been named as Cassie Hayes.
Officers were contacted at 1.25pm on Saturday following reports that a 28 year-old woman had been injured at the Tui travel agents on Chapel Street.
The woman was taken to hospital where she subsequently died from her injuries. Her next of kin have been informed.
A 30 year-old man from the St Helens area has been arrested on suspicion of murder and is currently being held in custody.
It is believed that the incident was domestic-related.
Friends have paid tribute to Cassie.
I'll never forget the time we had working together in that shop, we'd literally be crying with laughter and holding each other up at points, she had a wicked sense of humour and always that cheeky little smile, she helped make that job one of the best times of my life, sleep tight beautiful, heaven most definitely has gained an angel.
Police have released CCTV images of two people they want to talk to after an elderly woman had her purse snatched.
Details are just emerging of the incident in Hardshaw Street, St Helens on the 6th of December. Between 11 and 11.30am, a man and woman approached the elderly victim and grabbed her purse from her hands after asking for change. They returned the purse, but the victim later noticed her debit card was missing. The woman then discovered that two large quantities of money had been withdrawn from a cash machine in St Helens and then again in Widnes.
This is clearly an attack on a vulnerable victim who has been left feeling uneasy and out of pocket.
“Were you also in the area that day and saw something suspicious? Or could you help us put names to the two people in the CCTV images? If so, please get in touch.
“It is really important that anyone who has any information in relation to this incident contacts the police so we can find those responsible and bring them to justice.”
The IPCC carried out the investigation after receiving a referral from the force following the tragic incident.Read the full story ›