Police have renewed their appeal for information to help find a missing man from Lymington.
Phillip McCormack was last seen ten days ago at his home in Ambrose Corner.
His family say his disappearance is completely out of character.
Have you seen this man? Do you know where he is currently living?
Stephen Brian Tims, aged 37, failed to return from bail in December 2014 after he was arrested for the theft of more than £25,000 from the Wagon and Horses Public House in Lymington, Hampshire.
He was last known to be living in the Bournemouth area.
Officers have conducted extensive enquiries to try and locate Mr Tims and are appealing for the public’s help in finding him. Police believe he could still be living in the Bournemouth area and may be working in a pub or a bar.
Stephen Tims is described as: white, about 5ft 11ins and a proportionate build. He has blue eyes and brown hair.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact PC Weston at Lyndhurst police station on 101 or the charity Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111, where information can be left anonymously.
A 20-year-old woman has reported being assaulted in Lymington in the early hours of this morning.
Detectives investigating the incident have cordoned off an alleyway near Harvester Way in the town.
Hampshire Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact the Western Investigation Team at Southampton Central police station on 101 - or to call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
An armed gang who carried out a violent robbery on a jewellers in the New Forest have been jailed for a total of 27 years.
The raid on the shop in Lymington took place in October last year. Police tracked the three robbers across Europe to Romania.
At a trial earlier this year in Bournemouth - a jury found a man alleged to be the fourth member of the gang not-guilty of being involved. Richard Slee reports.
Three men who held a jeweller at gunpoint while they robbed his shop in Lymington in Hampshire have been jailed for a combined total of twenty-seven years.
Tudorel Dogerou was sentenced to 13 years and the other two defendants - Mugerel Megelea and Sergiu Popirtac - were jailed for seven years each at Southampton Crown Court, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit robbery. The crime happened at Barry Papworth Jewellers on Lymington High Street on 17 October 2013.
An American D-Day veteran returned to a former airfield in the New Forest today - 70 years after he was stationed there. Herb Simmons, 92, from North Carolina, unveiled a new information panel by the New Forest Remembers World War II Project, at Newtown Park in Lymington.
Mr Simmons was stationed at Lymington Advanced Landing Ground in the build up to D-Day and is believed to be the last surviving member of the 50th Fighter Squadron. The airfield was one of five advanced landing grounds built in the New Forest to support the Normandy landings.
The 70th anniversary event included a display of several World War II fighter planes including two Spitfires, a Hurricane, a collection of military vehicles and the Red Arrows. Mr Simmons spoke to Meridian about his return.
On average, property prices in seaside towns have grown by 42% in the last 10 years to reach £196,826, according to Halifax.
But the typical price tag on a seaside home is still over £42,000 cheaper than the average house price across Britain, at £239,518.
Craig McKinlay, mortgage director at Halifax, said: "Seaside towns provide a unique lifestyle opportunity and remain popular places for people to live, while also attracting those looking for second homes or holiday properties which can place additional upward pressure on house prices.
Here are the 10 most expensive seaside towns according to Halifax, with the average house price:
- 1. Salcombe, South West, £615,344.
- 2. Sandbanks, South West, £574,089.
- 3. Aldeburgh, East Anglia, £446,576
- 4. Padstow, South West, £381,812.
- 5. Dartmouth, South West, £373,173.
- 6. Wadebridge, South West, £371,670.
- 7. Lymington, South East, £359,802.
- 8. Budleigh Salterton, South West, £356,172.
- 9. Mawes, South West, £329,998.
- 10. Lyme Regis, South West, £326,813
Three women have been indecently assaulted over three days in Lymington in the New Forest. The suspect is described as white, 5ft 7 tall, around 17-years-old and he was wearing a black hooded top and carrying a red rucksack.
At 7.50pm on Wednesday, the suspect indecently touched a 35-year-old woman over her clothing in St Thomas Street. At 3.20pm on Thursday a woman reported a man was exposing himself on the High Street. Then at 5pm on Friday, a 37-year-old woman was indecently touched over her clothing in Quay Street.
Detective Inspector Fiona Bitters said: 'We believe these incidents are linked and we want to identify the man responsible to prevent any further offences. Please be reassured that incidents of this nature are very rare and we are doing everything we can.'
Witnesses can call Southampton CID on 101.
A jeweller has been describing the terrifying moment he was held at gunpoint as a gang raided his shop. The robbers burst into Barry Papworth Jewellers on St Thomas Street at Lymington, in Hampshire.
The owner was threatened with a gun while they grabbed cash and jewellery worth thousands of pounds. Sarah Cooper reports.
Olympic sailing champion Sir Ben Ainslie is being awarded with the Freedom of Lymington and Pennington today.
It's in recognition of his achievements in the sport. The five time Olympic medallist is the first person to be conferred the honour in the area's history.