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Woman found seriously injured in a Hampshire road

Detectives are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident Credit: Bing

A woman with serious injuries has been found in a road in the Chineham area of Basingstoke.

Hampshire Police were called to an area near the A33 last night. The ambulance service was also at the scene.

Road closures were put in place on the Northbound Lillymill Chine on the junction of the A33 and Great Bunfield Rod, on the junction of the A33 near Chineham library. The police were advising people to avoid the area if possible. Officers said the closures were expected to be in place for a significant period of time.

The incident happened near the A33 at Chineham Credit: Bing

Police appeal after woman's face and arm injured

Hampshire Police want to talk to Daniel Grattan

Police investigating an assault which left a woman with injuries to her face and arms are searching for a man from Southampton.

The victim, a woman in her twenties, was at a property on Rowlands Walk in the city when a man reportedly entered the home at about 4.30 am this morning and assaulted her. He then left in a silver Ford estate type car.

Detectives believe the man was carrying a weapon.

Hampshire Police are trying to find Daniel Grattan, aged 30, from Southampton in connection with the incident. They say they are continuing to carry out enquiries to locate him and progress the investigation, but they want anyone who may have seen Mr Grattan today or who knows his whereabouts to contact them urgently.

While detectives are keen to speak to Daniel Grattan, they advise the public not to approach him if they see him, but just to call 999 and quote 44170238840.

Police confirm body found in supermarket car park

The death is being treated as unexplained

A man's body has been found in a supermarket car park. Hampshire Police were called to the ASDA on Maynard Road in Totton at about 2.20am this morning. A section of the car park has been closed off for forensic examinations to take place.

The shop has opened as usual - and customers can still access the car park outside of the cordon.

The death is being treated as unexplained. The police investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death continues.

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