Police investigating a serious incident in Gloucester say a person has been found dead.
Officers were called to Painswick Road just before 8am on March 23, after reports of a fire.
Fire crews also attended the scene. A body was later found at the property.
A woman was taken to hospital with serious injuries.
Both the death and cause of the fire are being treated as unexplained.
Police are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident at this time.
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It stayed on the seat for the twenty minute ride back to the bus depot. The pheasant was then taken to Vale Wildlife Hospital near Tewkesbury and released just five minutes later with a few ruffled feathers, but it was otherwise completely unscathed.
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Two girls, aged 9 and 11, have been approached by two men in a car asking if they wanted a lift home, police in Gloucester say.
The girls, one of them on a scooter, were playing outside the Moorfield Road flats in Brockworth when a black car pulled up alongside them.
They declined the offer and there was no attempt to reach out to them. The incident happened at around 4.30pm on Tuesday.
The driver is described as black and 'quite old' with an eastern European accent and was wearing a denim jacket while the passenger is white or mixed heritage with a 'wrinkly face'.
Police are asking anyone who saw the black car - which they say may have been a Renault Clio - to call 101 quoting incident number 340 on 21 February 2017.
Firefighters are warning that there may be poor visibility on Bristol Road in Gloucester as crews deal with a fire at a warehouse in the area.
Officers are currently on scene at Avon Metals after a fire was reported just after 4am on 24 January.
The fire is within the ventilation system, and the incident is ongoing as fire engines tackle the blaze.
Smoke and fog are mixing so police are advising drivers to take care when driving through.
Police are concerned for the welfare of a "vulnerable" man who's gone missing from Gloucester.
27 year old Curtis Hastings is missing from his home in Sandyleaze. He was last seen early on Sunday morning at 8am (15 January).
Curtis didn’t tell anyone where he was going - he has taken his bus pass.
He is not very familiar with Gloucester but it’s thought that he may be in the Hempsted area of the city.
- 5’ 10’ tall
- slim build
- believed to be wearing a black wool jacket, grey shirt and black trousers
If you have seen Curtis or know of his whereabouts please call 101 quoting incident number 178 of 15 January 2017.
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