The family of a mother and daughter who died in a shooting in St Leonards, Sussex, have described them as "beautiful people".Read the full story ›
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after two women were shot dead at a house in St Leonards in Sussex on Friday night.Read the full story ›
A fourth man arrested in connection with the Guy Hedger murder investigation has now been released under investigation.
Guy was killed in the early hours of the morning on Sunday 30 April 2017 in his home in Castlewood in Ringwood. The post-mortem examination found he died as a consequence of gunshot wounds.
On Thursday a 45-year-old Poole man was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit aggravated burglary. He's been released under investigation.
Kevin Downton, who is 40 and from Winterborne Stickland near Blandford, 41-year-old Jason Baccus and 44-year-old Scott Keeping, both of Verney Close in Bournemouth, are all charged with murder. All three men are next appearing at Winchester Crown Court in July.
A 40-year-old Bournemouth woman, previously arrested in relation to the incident, has been released under investigation.
A world shooting champion says he's been left "mentally scarred forever", after masked raiders broke into his home, beat him with a hammer, and stole trophies and guns. George Digweed and his wife were tied up by the robbers at their home in the quiet village of Northiam on the Kent Sussex border. The men ransacked the house, and then made off with the family car. Andrea Thomas reports.
A woman motorist may hold vital clues in the shooting of Abingdon woman Kerry Reeves.
The 26-year-old was shot in the head outside a block of flats a week ago, as she sat at a table in a friend's garden. She was on life support in hospital before the machine was eventually switched off.
Police initially arrested a 20-year-old man in Ealing, West London, on suspicion of attempted murder. Another suspect, also aged 20 years and from Corby, Northants, was arrested yesterday.
A spokesman for Thames Valley Police said they were keen to trace a woman spotted sitting in a vehicle around the time of the shooting.
Detective Chief Inspector Mike Lynch of the Major Crime Unit, urged the woman to contact the force immediately.
He added: "We have information to suggest that a woman was sitting in a white vehicle outside Thornhill Walk off Northcourt Road at around the time of the shooting last Tuesday.
"The woman in the vehicle may not have seen or heard anything suspicious, but we would still like to speak to her as a potential witness in this murder investigation.
"I would appeal directly to this woman or anyone who knows her to contact police immediately."
Kerry, who was living with her mother in Saxon Way, Abingdon, at the time of the shooting, lost her struggle for life at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.
A post mortem examination carried out on Monday found she had been killed by a gunshot wound to the head.
A 26-year-old woman remains in a critical condition in hospital tonight after being shot in the head outside flats in Oxfordshire.
Emergency services were called to Thornhill Walk in Abingdon on Tuesday evening. Police are hunting for two suspects who they say are known to the victim and it wasn't a random shooting.
Kate Bunkall reports from the scene:
Thames Valley Police has charged a man with attempted murder in Bracknell.
Scott Kennedy, aged 28, of Sturdee Close, Frimley, Surrey was charged this morning with one count of attempted murder.
He was remanded in custody and is due to appear at Reading Magistrates’ Court today.
The charge is in connection with a shooting in Swancote Green, Easthampstead, on Sunday.
A second man, aged 63, who was also arrested in connection with this incident has been bailed until 26 June.
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat was shot in Churt, Farnham, Surrey, causing so much damage that his leg had to be amputated. Frank, a one year-old male black and white cat, was discovered in a lethargic state at his home in Parkhurst Fields on the afternoon of Monday 20 October. He was limping and unable to put any weight on his back leg. After being taken to a vet, they discovered an air rifle pellet in his femur which had completely shattered the bone. It was recommended thatthe kindest thing to do was remove the leg altogether, as so much damage hadbeen done.
A jury is continuing its deliberations in the trial of an elderly dog breeder charged with murdering his partner and her daughter in Surrey.
John Lowe, 82, is accused of deliberately shooting 66-year-old Christine Lee and her daughter Lucy Lee, 40, with a legally-held shotgun he normally used for killing rats at his property near Farnham in February.
Farmer Lowe told the jury that Christine was shot accidentally in a struggle over the double-barrelled weapon when she tried to stop him going to put down some dogs, and that Lucy was accidentally shot twice a short time afterwards.
Lowe denies two counts of murder and one of possessing a firearm with intent to endanger life.
A jury has retired to consider its verdict in the trial of a dog breeder charged with shooting dead his partner and her daughter.
82-year-old John Lowe denies murdering Charlotte, who was 66, and 40-year-old Lucy Lee at his puppy farm at Tilford near Farnham.
Richard Slee sends this report from Guildford Crown Court.