Officers investigating a fire in Tewkesbury are asking any fans of the game Grand Theft Auto, who were in the town for the new release, to get in touch.
The blaze at a home on Station Street on Monday night is being treated as suspected arson.
There were a lot of people in the town that night as potentially hundreds of gaming fans queued at the nearby Blockbusters on the High Street to await the launch of Grand Theft Auto 5.
Officers are eager to hear from anyone who saw or heard anything suspicious in the area and are asking potential witnesses to call Gloucestershire Police on 101, quoting incident number 64 of September 17.
The RSPCA are desperately trying to capture a duck which has been shot through the neck with a crossbow bolt.
The mallard is believed to have been shot in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, three weeks ago, but is still swimming around unbothered, and as yet has evaded capture by concerned animal welfare inspectors.
RSPCA spokeswoman Katya Mira has appealed for anyone who knows who shot the duck to come forward.
"Our inspectors have been out several times, as have staff from another wildlife centre nearby, and no one has yet been able to catch the duck.
"The duck does appear to be fully functioning and OK for now. But this does mean he can fly, so tends to take off whenever he sees a net or anyone gets near.
"In the meantime, if anyone has any information about the duck and how she came to be attacked with a dart in this way, they should call our investigations line."
We’d like to stress that despite the media coverage around this property, at no point has this home been allocated to any particular family.
We are currently working with Tewkesbury Borough Council through the allocations process to identify households with suitable needs.
As part of this process we can confirm that the Frosts will not be moving into this property and we are currently looking at other options for the family.
All tenants who move into these properties will be issued with 12 month starter tenancies followed by fixed term tenancies, which allow us to continually assess household needs against property size and affordability.