Police have released CCTV images of three men they would like to speak to, as they investigate the use of counterfeit notes in Shaftesbury.
There have been reports that counterfeit £50 notes had been used in petrol station at the town's Tesco supermarket, and in the Subway store at Ivy Cross on Monday 20 February.
At around 6pm three men entered the Subway store and each of them purchased items of small value with a £50 note.
The notes were later found to be counterfeit and had the same serial number.
Around an hour later, a number of men entered the Tesco petrol station and again used counterfeit £50 notes to purchase low value items or asked directly for change.
A landslip has blocked the road between Melbury Abbas and Cann Common near Shaftesbury.
Dinah's Hollow is closed between the B3081 and Spread Eagle Hill. Drivers will have to use the A350 instead.
Officers investigating a sexual assault in Shaftesbury are appealing for witnesses and anyone with information to come forward.
The incident happened at 9.40pm on Saturday 28 February 2015 in the Kings Arms pub in Bleke Street.
The victim, a 41-year-old local woman, was standing at the bar when an unknown man approached sexually assaulted her.
He was wearing blue jeans, a checked shirt and a hooded top with the zip done up.
Dame Zandra Rhodes switched on Shaftesbury's Christmas lights last night.
The ancient Town Hall was turned pink in honour of the famous fashion designer who is a patron on the Breast Cancer Campaign.
There was also a lantern procession with schoolchildren parading with their illuminations bearing the names of those who took part in the First World War.
Ian Axton fronted our coverage of the Christmas lights switch-on in Shaftesbury last night.
'Hovis boy' Carl Barlow returned to the Dorset town for the first time in 40 years since appearing in the famous 1970s TV ad.
The boy who struggled up Shaftesbury's Gold Hill with a baker's bike in the iconic Hovis advert is in the town today to switch on the Christmas lights.
Carl Barlow couldn't resist re-living his part in the advert and pushed a bike up Gold Hill, complete with flat cap and Hovis loaves.
Carl will also plant some snowdrops in the town this afternoon, before switching the Christmas lights on later this evening.
ITV West Country presenter Ian Axton will be master of ceremonies at Shaftesbury's Christmas lights switch-on this evening (Monday 2 December). Celebrations start in the town centre at 6pm, and Carl Barlow - star of the vintage Hovis advert - will flick the switch at approximately 6:20pm.
The Christmas lights in Shaftesbury will be turned on by a local celebrity tonight. Carl Barlow played the baker's boy who pushed his bike up Gold Hill in the iconic Hovis advert 40 years ago. For the first time ever, the hill will be lit up as part of the celebrations.