A pensioner, found dead in Hampshire, has been named as Annie Beaver, aged 81, of Sherfield Avenue, Leigh Park. Two men, aged 80 and 55, from Havant, remain in police custody.
Two men have been arrested after the death of a woman in her 80s. Police were called shortly after 6am this morning to an address in Sherfield Avenue, Leigh Park. The body of a woman, aged in her 80s, was found inside the address. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
The circumstances surrounding the death are being treated as suspicious by detectives. An 80-year-old man from Havant was arrested at the scene of the death this morning on suspicion of murder. A second man, aged 55, was arrested on suspicion of murder a short time later in the Havant area.
Police are appealing for information following the theft of hundreds of metres of high voltage electrical cable from a factory unit in New Lane, Havant.
The incident took place sometime between Monday, November 4 and Tuesday, November 12.
The electrical cable was stripped of copper. The copper stolen is thought to be worth around £250,000. It is believed access was gained to the building via a rear door and entry was gained to the site by cutting open a wire fence from the railway line.
Anyone who may have witnessed the incident, or noticed suspicious activity should contact PC Brent Vine at Waterlooville police station on 101, alternatively call Crimestoppers, the charity anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Video. 'It was a crash that was bound to happen'. The words of a judge today as he jailed a teenager for causing the death of his 16-year-old girlfriend in a stolen car.
A man from Havant has been jailed for 8 years for causing the death of his girlfriend.
Payton Sparks, who was 16-years-old, died and a 14-year-old boy was seriously injured when a Vauxhall Tigra driven by Lewis Young left the road and struck a building.
He had pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving.
The incident happened in May this year on Petersfield Road in Havant.
Payton died at the scene whilst the 14-year-old boy sustained serious injuries.
A retired teacher - on an adventure holiday - has been trampled to death by an elephant and killed. Colin Manvell, from Havant, in Hampshire, died in India - doing what he loved - photographing nature in remote locations. Andrew Pate reports.
A man from Havant has died after being trampled by an elephant in India.
Colin Manvell, 69, died at the Masinagudi National Park in the state of Tamil Nadu.
Local police said Mr Manvell and a guide and an acquaintance had gone into an area of the forest that was out of bounds to tourists, so they could take pictures.
It was here that the elephant attacked.
Mr Manvell was seriously injured and taken to a local hospital. He was later transferred to Gudalur Government Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
One report suggests he was killed after failing to hear guides and other tourists shout to him as the elephant approached.
A marine from Hampshire was killed in Afghanistan when his foot patrol came under fire by two off-duty Afghan policemen. David O'Connor from Havant died in October last year, alongside an army medic.
They had been on their way to train local police in first aid when their patrol came under attack. Juliette Fletcher reports.
Inquest in Oxford records that the two corporals were unlawfully killed while on active service in Afghanistan.
An inquest has resumed into the deaths of two British soldiers killed on foot patrol in Helmand Province.
Corporal David O'Connor, a royal marine from Havant, and Corporal Channing Day from 3 Medical regiment died in a gun battle on October 24th last year.
A third man, thought to be an off-duty Afghan policeman, was also killed in the incident.
The coroner in Oxford said the inquest would hear evidence to discover whether the deaths were caused by an insider attack.