A young man is in hospital after suffering a serious stab wound in an incident in Gloucester.
The victim, who is in his 20s, flagged down a passing driver near Gloucester Park just after 8pm on Monday 4 July.
The motorist drove the man to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital and while it was initially believed the injuries to his hand may have been life threatening they have now been confirmed as serious but not life threatening.
The incident is believed to have taken place close to a zebra crossing in the Park Road/Wellington Street area and officers have closed off the possible scene while an investigation continues.
Police in Gloucestershire are appealing for witnesses after a couple were trapped in an overturned car on the A46.
They were found near Prinknash Abbey towards the village of Cranham this morning (1 May) - police found a silver Honda Jazz which had left the road and overturned onto its side and landed in a ditch. The car was not visible from the road.
Two people were rescued from the car - an elderly man (87) and woman (78) from Churchdown. They have both been taken to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital to be checked over.
It was extremely lucky that the couple were not seriously injured at the time of the incident and that their car was spotted this morning by a driver of a high sided vehicle who called the police. The Constabulary want to thank the driver who called the Force Control Room this morning.
Investigations are continuing as to the cause of the driver losing control of the car.
The road was closed but there is still access to the abbey.
If you can help police with their enquiries please call 101 quoting incident number 113 of 1 May 2016.
Police are investigating after a horse was shot in the head in a peaceful Cotswolds village.
The four-year-old mare "suffered incredibly" as a result of its injuries and was later put down.
Officers said the attack took place on Thursday night, while the horse was on farmland at Cowley in Gloucestershire.
PC Jon Warren, of Gloucestershire Constabulary, said: "This was a cowardly and targeted attack on an animal who suffered incredibly as a result of its injuries."
The village of Cowley, which has a population of 300 people, is set between Cheltenham and Cirencester in the picturesque Churn Valley.
The brutal attack took place in the southern area of North Barn Farm, close to a single-track road leading towards nearby Cockleford.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact police.
Have you seen this man?
He was last seen at Cheltenham train station at 7.30pm on Thursday, and police are concerned for his safety.
He talked about 'going to London', but then said he was going to his brothers. There is no news on whether he arrived safely. Police have been searching in the area, but have found no trace of him, and there have been no further sightings.
He was wearing a blue jacket and trousers, a yellow T-shirt and black shoes.
Gloucestershire Police would like to know where is and that he is safe.
Officers investigating an aggravated burglary at a pub are appealing for information.
Three masked men went into a pub on Gloucester Road in Tewkesbury at just after midnight on Thursday 18 February - while staff were locking up.
They tied up two members of staff - a man and woman - and stole their phones and bank cards.
The male victim was punched in the head and thousands of pounds were stolen from the safe.
We are treating this incident very seriously, which was distressing and traumatic for the two members of staff. Nobody has yet been arrested but enquiries are ongoing to trace those responsible."
- To give information, call police on 101 quoting incident 6 of Thursday 18 February.
- You can also contact the independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111
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Two of the region's police forces have been told they require improvement by the organisation that inspects policing.
The reports found that the Avon and Somerset and Gloucestershire forces were good at preventing crime but needed to improve the quality of their investigations.
They noted the Avon and Somerset constabulary is generally good at identifying vulnerability, but their assessment of risk for domestic abuse victims and missing people is not always evident.
Meanwhile, the Dorset and Wiltshire forces were both rated as good. The report concluded that the Dorset force’s approach to keeping people safe and reducing crime was ‘good’ as they 'maintain a visible presence in the local communities'.
A man has sustained a serious stab wound in Cheltenham.
It happened at around 4am in the early hours of Saturday 6 February on St Paul’s Road.
Police say there was a physical altercation between around 10 people, resulting in one man, in his 20s, receiving a stab wound to his buttock.
He was taken to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital where he remains in a serious condition. It is not thought to be life threatening at this time.
The road remains closed whilst enquiries are ongoing. Nobody has been arrested.
Police are eager to hear from anyone who has information on the incident and urge them to call 101 quoting incident 52 of Saturday 6 February.
Two men are reported to have been posing as bogus milkmen during a couple of suspicious incidents in the Forest of Dean.
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At the first incident two men in a white van knocked on a woman's door declaring they were milkmen. The men were said to be forceful in persuading the resident to open her front door wide.
After remaining at the property for around 10 minutes, they were then seen looking over the householder's back fence. The woman at the property is the owner of a husky dog.
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An elderly woman was involved in the second incident where the two bogus milkmen questioned her about whether she'd be interested in a milk delivery they were supposedly starting up.
Later a large white mark, which officer's say has been difficult to remove, was discovered outside her and her next door neighbours' house. Both households own pedigree dogs.
The incidents happened at addresses in Cinderford on 2 February. Police are appealing for information.
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