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The Metropolitan Police are rolling out new footprint scanning technology to help catch criminals.
The scanners allow them to match a suspects' shoes to prints found at a crime scene.
An initial trial in Barnet has already led to nearly a hundred convictions. The scheme is due to be rolled out across the whole of London soon - and could eventually be used nationwide.
Some Barnet council workers will strike today, over a dispute about the outsourcing of council services. The council is looking at more affordable ways to deliver services including for libraries, street cleaning and school meals.
Barnet Unison claims more than 80% of staff could end up working for a different employer under the changes. Today's strike is part of 6 weeks worth of action.
A 25-year-old motorcyclist has died after a collision on the A1 in Barnet.
Police were called at about 5.15pm yesterday by paramedics. The motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene.
Officers have appealed for information and asked any witnesses to contact them.
The rider was found on the A1 just south of Stirling Corner. Police are trying to trace his family to inform them.
The man was riding a white Ducati motorcycle. At this stage, there have been no eyewitness reports of any other vehicle involved.
Someone, somewhere in London should be nearly £2 million richer. A winning lottery ticket is still unclaimed which could transform the fortunes of one player - but only if they claim the prize before the deadline.
- The ticket was bought on January 28 in the Barnet area
- The winner matched five numbers 3, 4, 17, 24, 30, 34 & bonus of 36
- The deadline to claim the life-changing prize is July 27
We're eager to find the mystery ticket-holder and unite them with their winnings this amazing prize could really make a difference to somebody's life.
We're urging everyone who bought a Lotto ticket in this area to check their old tickets again or look anywhere a missing ticket could be hiding.
Got the winning ticket? Call 0845 910 0000.
Police have appealed for the public's help to find an 85-year-old man suffering from dementia.
John Booth left the care home where he lives in Holden Road, Barnet, between 8am and midday yesterday,
Extensive local police enquiries have failed to trace Mr Booth and officers are increasingly concerned for his safety due to the cold weather.
John Booth is 5ft 6” tall, of medium build and walks with a slight limp. He has very short grey hair and wears thin framed glasses.
He enjoys walking and staff at the care home and officers are concerned that he may have walked too far and become confused or be unable to make the journey home.
While the search for John continues, police ask that anyone who has seen John Booth contact Barnet Police by dialing 101 or call the care facility direct on 0208 492 6500.