A dog which attacked a woman leaving her with "serious injuries" has been found.
The attack sparked a hunt for the animal - thought to be an American pitbull - and the police search focused on a quarry in the Outer Circle Road area of the city.
Lincolnshire Police later said the animal was caught at around 1.30am, after previously warning the public to stay away "for their own safety".
A dog believed to have attacked a 22-year-old woman in Lincoln is being kept in police kennels.
Firearms officers and the force helicopter were called in to help search for the dog after the woman was rushed to hospital with serious injuries overnight.
A 21-year-old woman who died suddenly in Lincolnshire has been described as a "bright and bubbly girl".
Speaking to the Lincolnshire Echo, a neighbour of Emma Crossman said: "I would see her in passing and she seemed like a nice girl.
"It's a massive shock. You don't expect it to happen."
A 21-year-old woman remains on police bail after being arrested on suspicion of assisting suicide.
Lincolnshire Police has named a 21-year-old woman, who died suddenly in Lincolnshire as Emma Crossman.
A 21-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of assisting suicide followingMs Crossman's death in Sleaford. She remains on police bail.
Police says an inquest into the woman's death will not be opened and adjourned until the criminal investigation has concluded.
A 21-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of assisting suicide following the sudden death of a woman in Sleaford, Lincolnshire.
Police were called to an address in Leicester Street at 10.40am on January 15 after a report that the body of a 21-year-old woman had been found. Officers were sent to the scene and the arrest was made a short time later.
The woman has since been released on bail until February 17, pending further inquiries.
This footage taken from a helicopter shows waves battering the coast of Lincolnshire.
St Botolph's Church in Boston, Lincolnshire was affected by last night's flooding:
Police divers have finished their search of a river near Spalding, after £60,000 was found floating in the water.
Detectives say they've no idea where the money came from, but suspect it could be linked to the proceeds of crime.
They say they're continuing investigations after people came forward with information, but believe all of the money has now been recovered.
Banknotes worth tens of thousands of pounds have been found floating down a river, police said.
The cash was spotted by a dog walker in the South Drove Drain near Spalding town centre Lincolnshire last month.
Officers who pulled the banknotes, said to be worth £60,000 on first count, from the river said a large amount was damaged but a good quantity appeared to be in fair condition.
Detective Constable Steve Hull, of Spalding CID, said: "It isn't everyday that an amount of money like this is found and somebody must have information that will help the police trace the lawful owner. I would be grateful to hear from people who have genuine information to pass on to me."
Police are appealing for information after banknotes worth around £60,000 were mysteriously found floating down a river in Lincolnshire.
A dog walker spotted the cash near to Spalding town centre last month.
Officers who recovered the banknotes say a large amount was damaged but a good quantity appear to be in fair condition.
They are now trying to trace the owner.
If they cannot it will become the subject of a court forfeiture order.