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Hampshire Police are investigating a robbery at the Post Office in Hambledon.
They were called early this morning after reports that three men had entered the Post Office in West Street and threatened a member of staff.
Cigarettes, alcohol and a quantity of cash were taken from the shop before the men left the scene. Nobody was injured in the robbery.
The investigation is in its early stages and police are appealing for witnesses.
Detectives from Hampshire Police are appealing for the public's help after a robbery at a Spar shop in Portsmouth.
The investigation centres around a man who entered the Spar branch in St Mary's Road in Fratton at about 8.15am on Wednesday 30th November. He got away with £60 from the till after approaching the counter and threatening staff.
No-one was injured in the incident, but the police have issued an e-fit of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the robbery. Detectives say they are following several lines of enquiry.
The man they want to speak to has been described as a light-skinned man in his twenties, who is about 5ft6ins tall.
“This robbery took place early in the morning, when there will have been people out and about.
“Were you in this area on Wednesday, November 30? Do you recognise the man in the e-fit image and the description?”
Police will get new powers to tackle stalking thanks to a new legislation.
The Stalking Protection Order (SPO) will give Hampshire Constabulary and its partners the powers they need to intervene in cases of stalking.
SPOs will allow police to apply to the courts for an order to impose restrictions on offenders. These restrictions could range from the offender having to stay away from their victim, to having to attend a rehabilitation programme. Breaching the order will be a criminal offence, carrying a jail sentence of up to five years.
Hampshire is the only multi-agency stalking clinic in the country, seeing police work with probation, mental health practitioners, the Crown Prosecution Service and a dedicated stalking advocate. With these new orders we will be able to intervene even earlier as the orders also allow for requirements to be placed on offenders, such as attending rehabilitation programmes or seek treatment for mental health issues. This gives us a vital opportunity to reduce the risk of offences continuing.
If anyone thinks they may be a victim of stalking I would encourage them to seek help. Victims will be assigned a dedicated victim advocate who works with us and the victim and can support them throughout the process. Please be reassured that we are here to help you.”
Demolition work on one of Winchester's tallest buildings has begun.
The former Hampshire Constabulary headquarters in Romsey Road is being torn down to make way for over 200 new homes of which, a portion will be affordable housing.
For more than 50 years the building stood at the top of the highest point in the city.
A lorry driver who caused a fatal crash in Hampshire in which two people were killed has been jailed for six years.
HGV driver, Keith Mees from Derbyshire, was driving on the M271 in Southampton when the incident happened. The court heard he had been looking at Facebook on his mobile phone just seconds before the crash occured in December 2015. A number of vehicles were involved in the accident including three lorries. The two victims had been travelling in a car.
Police in the New Forest are hoping to trace four men after an estimated £15,000 worth of stock was stolen from Boots on Hythe Street.
These CCTV images show four men entering the store and then leaving with a tarpaulin sack of stock at around 9.30pm on October 19th.
The stock that was stolen was mainly perfume and fragrance products and valued at around £15,000.
The men are described as white, wearing dark clothing with their faces covered.
PC Jess Lawlor from Lyndhurst Police Station said: “We are looking to trace witnesses to this incident as although it was dark many people were still in the area.
“We are also keen to hear from anyone who recognises these men, has been offered perfume at a discount price recently or know of anyone selling perfume in bulk.
Police in Gosport are appealing for witnesses following a serious assault on a man in Wilmott Lane.
It is believed the 30 year old was thrown down some concrete stairs and then assaulted again whilst on the ground.
He was taken to QA Hospital and treated for injuries to his head, shoulders, arms and hands.
Police are looking to trace a man described as:
• White • Aged 19-20-years-old • 6 feet tall • Skinny build • Short, dark blonde hair with a side parting • White t-shirt • Dark coloured tracksuit bottoms • Trainers
Police would like to hear from anyone who was in the area at that time.
Police investigating the theft of cigarettes and phone cards worth hundreds of pounds from a shop in Portsmouth have released a cctv image of a man who may have vital information.
The burglary took place at the Albert Food Store on Albert Road in Southsea, between 3am and 4am on Wednesday 12th October.
Officers are trying to trace a man who is aged in his thirties, around 5ft 6ins tall, of medium build and of a Turkish or Kurdish appearance.
“The offender has got away with hundreds of pounds worth of cigarettes and phone cards.
“I would like to speak to anyone who recognises the man in the CCTV, or anyone who has been offered cigarettes or phone cards for sale, which they think could have been stolen.
”I would urge anyone with information to contact us and speak to us in confidence.”
Anyone with information can contact PC Swan at Fratton police station by calling 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111,
The heavy rain and thunderstorms overnight have left many main roads and smaller thoroughfares with standing water. The depth of the water-filled dips can be deceptive, with driver facing deeper puddles than expected. Motoring organisations and the emergency services are advising drivers to take care.