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Detectives investigating the death of Hampshire man Malcolm Cox have arrested a 71-year-old man from Andover on suspicion of murder.
The man was arrested on Friday and released on police bail this afternoon.
Officers were called by an ambulance crew to an address in Bell Road, Andover, just before 8.30am on Tuesday, November 15.
Mr Cox, 84, also of Bell Road, Andover, was found with a laceration to the back of his head.
He was taken to North Hampshire Hospital in Basingstoke where he died on Wednesday.
A 38-year-old woman from Andover, who had previously been arrested on suspicion of murder, has been released on police bail until March next year.
A teenager has died and a second man remains critically injured in hospital after they were hit by a motorhome while walking on the A303 near Andover.
The 18 year old man was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident on the westbound A303 at about 9pm on Friday.
The second victim, a 23-year-old man from Liss, was taken to Southampton General Hospital.
The driver of the Fiat motorhome was uninjured.
Police are appealing for witnesses.
Police have released pictures showing Peter Bialek's trail of destruction after driving his silver Mercedes drunkenly through a black tie marquee event near Andover.
Today Bialek was jailed for 16 months.
The court heard that Bialek was under the influence of alcohol when he drove into the marquee, leaving 21 people injured, including three seriously injured.
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Millionaire pensioner Peter Bialek has been jailed for 16 months after a judge hears how he drunkenly drove his car through a marquee in Nether Wallop, near Andover.
A court heard how revellers "bouncee off the windscreen" as he ploughed on for more than 20 yards.
Bialek was more than twice the legal alcohol limit when he took over the wheel of the car from his partner and crashed it straight into the black-tie event.
Can you help us find Andover man Lee James, who is wanted in connection with a series of non-dwelling burglaries.
It is believed Lee, 39, is in the Andover area.
He is described as:
- Approximately 6ft 1ins tall
- Average build
- Short, fair hair
- Blue eyes
A cctv image has been released showing two robbers attempting to smash their way into a jewellery store in Andover. Hampshire Police are appealing for witnesses.
The would-be thieves targeted David Mellor Jewellers in Waterloo Court at 10.50am on Wednesday 27th April 2016. They came up to the store on a black scooter and used lump hammers and a knife to hit the shopfront glass, however they were unable to break the glass - and were chased off by the store's manager.
It is believed that the offenders - who were unsuccessful at breaking into the store - then headed to the London area. The cctv image shows two people police would like to talk to. Both people were wearing dark clothing, one of them had a white helmet, the other wore a black motorcycle helmet.
Detectives have released a CCTV image of two people they would like to speak to about the attempted robbery.
Both wore dark clothing, one wore a dark-coloured motorcycle helmet and the other a white helmet.
Anyone with information can contact DC Swift at Basingstoke police station on 101, quoting 44160158481.
Alternatively, people can get in touch with Crimestoppers anonymously by telephoning 0800 555 111.
“This was a brazen daylight robbery attempt.
“We would like to hear from anyone who saw the two figures in the CCTV image travelling to or from the scene.
“We would also like to hear from anyone who witnessed what happened or anyone who has any knowledge of the offence.”
Three baby orphaned goats who died over the Easter weekend may have been killed by food given to them by visitors.
One of the youngsters died from an infection at Finkley Down Farm in Andover- the other two are believed to have been fed something different from their usual diet.
Post mortem examinations ruled out overfeeding as a cause of their death.
The goats had come to Finkley Down from a farm in the New Forest a year ago.
The farm provides goat feed to give to the animals and has several signs asking people not to feed them outside food.