Police are appealing for information after a sexual assault in a Southampton park in the early hours of Sunday morning.
A 25-year-old woman was walking home through East Park after when she was grabbed by two men who indecently assaulted her.
The victim described them as tall, black, and in their early thirties. One had short hair, the other a short beard.
The victim has told us that she was attacked sometime between midnight and 2am on Sunday morning in a section of the park near the junction of the Charlotte Place roundabout with the Jurys Inn on it and Brunswick Place.
I would like to hear from anyone who was in the area between those times and thinks they saw anything suspicious to contact us.
I understand that reports of incidents like this can cause people to worry about their personal safety; I would reiterate our usual advice to people travelling home from a night out which is to use a licensed taxi for their journey or to walk home with friends and keep to well lit areas.
– Det Insp Phil Scrase
Anyone with any information is asked to call Det Insp Scrase at Southampton Central police station on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
March 2013: Brighton's Ashley Barnes tripping a referee (required six-match suspension)
It said it could not compare the incident to a 2006 incident involving Manchester City's Ben Thatcher and Portsmouth's Pedro Mendes because the latter was "serious foul play" while Suarez's bite constituted "violent conduct."
As a result, the FA said, the length of Suarez's ban had to be proportional to the six-game ban given to Brighton's Ashley Barnes:
(83) Taking these factors into account on the circumstances of the incident, we concluded that this offence is significantly more serious than that of Ashley Barnes’ and, accordingly, the punishment should be significantly higher.
Two John Deere tractors of a total value of £90,000 have been stolen from a distribution centre in Tilshead, Wiltshire. Officers believe that a large lorry would have been used to transport them via the A303 to Dover.
Both have since been recovered in Poland with the assistance of the Polish authorities.
Sussex-based Rolls Royce is commemorating 80 years since the death of one of the company’s founders, Sir Frederick Henry Royce, today.
Sir Henry died, aged 70, at his house "Elmstead" in West Wittering, West Sussex, on April 22 1933.
The house is less than ten miles from the current home of Rolls Royce at Goodwood.
Speaking from a special memorial service held outside Elmstead, Andrew Ball, communications manager, said: "Sir Henry was a modest genius who referred to himself simply as a 'mechanic'.
"He had a simple engineering philosophy – the pursuit of excellence – and one that the whole team at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars strives for every day. Today we commemorate the death of Sir Henry but also celebrate an extraordinary life and a lasting legacy.”