Police in Merseyside have stepped up their search for a man believed to have information on an assault that happened in St Helens on Sunday.
Phillip Maddox, 46, from the Rainford area, remains outstanding despite police efforts to trace him.
He's described as white, 6ft tall, with green eyes and shaved black hair with a heavy build.
- Anyone with information is urged to contact Merseyside police by calling 101.
- Or call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
34-year-old Karolina Rutkowska of Peasley Cross has been charged with the murder of Mireslaw Kowalczuk.Read the full story ›
The family of an elderly man who died following a road traffic collision in St Helens have issued a tribute.Read the full story ›
A woman has been arrested of suspicion of murder after a man was stabbed in St Helens.Read the full story ›
Police are trying to find out how a woman found collapsed in St Helens suffered a serious head injury.
The woman, who is in her 40s, was taken to hospital after being found on Ormskirk Street on Friday.
The woman has been identified but detectives want to speak to anyone who may have seen her in the hours before she was found.
She is described as a white, of slim build, 5ft 4 in tall, wearing a dark coloured parka coat with fur on the collar, blue jeans and brown boots.
Reece, 14, was last seen at Thatto Heath, St Helens on Saturday November 19.Read the full story ›
A 41-year-old man from Formby has been rescued and arrested after a suspected stolen car was driven into Carr Mill Dam last night during a pursuit.
The driver of the Audi sped off as police tried to stop the car. It led to a police pursuit up the M62 through Winwick and Newton-le-Willows into St Helens.
Officers used a stop stick before the car continued onto the East Lancashire Road towards the Waterside pub in St Helens where the driver drove at speed into the Carr Mill Reservoir.
The officers involved in this pursuit and rescue acted with exceptional bravery, tenacity and professionalism to rescue the man on a bitterly cold, wet and miserable evening.
Without a second thought given to their own safety and the conditions, they entered the freezing water and dragged him through the rear of the car just before it became completely submerged.
We are extremely proud to have such outstanding officers serving for Merseyside. Police on the front line are vital in protecting our communities and the pursuit and rescue serves as a reminder of the very real dangers that officers face to keep us all safe day in, day out.
Merseyside Police have arrested 13 people in St Helens as part of an investigation into drug dealing.Read the full story ›
Police in Merseyside are appealing for the public's help after paving slabs were stolen from a church in St Helens.Read the full story ›
Hot on the heels of the marriage of Olympians Laura Trott and Jason Kenny, Southport swimmer Fran Halsall and St Helens rugby league star Jon Wilkin are now an item.
But as you can imagine, life together for two of our sporting heroes is somewhat competitive.
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