Police have released a CCTV image of a man they would like to speak to in connection with an alleged assault on an Exmouth bus.
The victim, a girl aged 14, was travelling to school on the top deck of the number 57 bus when a male suspect allegedly engaged her in conversation and coaxed her to sit with him, before repeatedly stroking her leg.
Police would like anyone who recognises the man in the CCTV, or who was on the bus, to come forward.
There's major disruption on First Great Western services between Exeter Central and Exmouth due to signalling problem. All lines are blocked, with delays and cancellations as a result. First Great Western say they have no estimate for when a normal service will resume.
Volunteer crews from the South West have been deployed to Essex as part of the RNLI's Flood Rescue Team.
They're helping with the problems caused by the overnight tidal surge. The team includes crews from lifeboat stations at St Agnes, Exmouth and Weymouth. A number of RNLI staff from the area are also involved.
Protesters say they fear there could be a fatal accident if nothing is done to curb the speed of cyclists in their village. Residents in Lympstone near Exeter raised their concerns at the opening of a new two and half million pound bridge on the Exe estuary trail.
The cycleway, which links Exmouth to Dawlish has been nearly ten years in the making and is growing in popularity . Richard Lawrence reports.
The completed Exe Estuary trail will be officially opened this lunchtime. A ribbon will be cut to celebrate the £2.6 million Clyst Bridge that links the route between Exeter and Exmouth. The trail also takes in an RSPB nature reserve. It's a popular cycle path with local schoolchildren.
Police were called out this morning after reports of man seen with a gun in the Dinaway Park area of Exmouth. Armed officers, dog handlers and the police helicopter attended the scene at 7:45am but no arrests were made.
There's anger that a World War One hero from Exmouth will not be honoured along with other recipients of the Victoria Cross - because he wasn't born in Britain. Campaigners say it is a disgrace that he will not be recognised as part of a new set of memorials.
A 31-year-old man from Exmouth has been convicted of the murder of his mother.
Andrew Cane will serve a minimum of 15 years in prison.
The body of 63-year-old Linda Sheard was found at her house in Port Mer Close, Exmouth last July.
I would like to thank Linda Sheard’s family for the assistance they have given the police in the difficult circumstances that they found themselves in.
This being that Andrew Cane, the offender for this murder was the victim’s son.
We are very satisfied with the guilty verdict and the sentence of life imprisonment with a minimum of fifteen years given out to Cane by his Honourable Judge Francis Gilbert, in what was an unprovoked violent assault on his mother which resulted in her death.
Andrew Canes actions have left a family grieving for the loss of a loving mother, daughter, auntie and grandmother, and three children without a father for at least fifteen years.