Police have revealed CCTV images of a man they would like to trace, after a woman was attacked during a raid at a jewellers in Honiton.
The robber grabbed the woman from behind before tying her up.
Although she wasn't physically injured, she was left very shaken by the incident and is now being supported by officers and her family. Police are keen to hear from anyone who may recognise the man in these images.
He was wearing a blue coat, blue denim jeans, black trainers,
beige coloured flat cap and was carrying a blue rucksack and black holdall bag.
More than three hundred pieces of jewellery at Banwell Antiques on the High Street were stolen over the weekend. The robber set upon the woman as she opened up the store on Saturday morning.
Police are investigating a robbery at a jewellers shop in Honiton.
A lone man attacked a female worker at Banwell Antiques in the High Street as she opened the store at 9am this morning.
The suspect got away with more than 300 rings, pendants and earrings.
He's described as white, of slim build, heavily unshaven, with short dark hair, and aged between 30 – 50 years. He was wearing a blue coat, blue denim jeans, black trainers, a beige coloured flat cap and was carrying a blue rucksack.
The victim is shaken but unhurt.
Detectives are appealing for any witnesses who may have seen anyone in the vicinity of the High Street and the junction of Silver Street in Honiton around 9am to come forward, either by contacting police on 101, or to give anonymous information contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Fire crews have been called out to two cars that were stuck in floodwater in Honiton this morning.
They were called to Fenny Bridges at 10am to help two people who were trapped inside their car in rising floodwater.
Crews were called out at 10.20am to rescue two adults and a baby who were stuck in a car in the floods at Ford Bridge at Monkton.
The specialist rescue team from Exeter was called in on both occasions.
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Police have arrested a man over the rape of a woman in Honiton at the weekend.
The 25-year-old victim was approached by a man outside the Pitt Club on Silver Street between 3am and 4am on Sunday.
He then followed her to the cattle market car park where he raped her before running off.
A 19-year-old local man has been arrested on suspicion of rape. He's been released on bail until 4 February 2014.
Some of the best skydivers in the world will be showing their skills in Devon today. The Canopy Piloting Competitions are taking place at Dunkeswell Airfield near Honiton.
It's the first time in years the UK has hosted the event. The competitons will see sky divers landing their parachutes at up to 90 miles per hour.
Over the past months and years, we've covered the story of Kirstie Tancock, the cystic fibrosis sufferer who has battled with her illness, and inspired others with her bravery.
Recently she suffered a huge setback and was told by doctors that she had just two weeks to live. But she refused to give in, and after a second double lung transplant is again living life to the full. Jacquie Bird has been to meet her.
Kirstie Tancock has sent us these pictures of her in hospital just three days after having her second double lung transplant at the weekend after going into chronic rejection.
Kirstie became the poster girl for organ donation after having a double lung transplant two years ago.
Amazingly after being just weeks from death she is already breathing on her own with her new lungs and out of intensive care.
Transplant patient Kirstie Tancock from Honiton is recovering after a second lung transplant.
Kirstie was sitting up in her hospital bed last night and able to enjoy a meal.
She underwent surgery in London on Saturday after her body rejected the organs she received in 2011.
A transplant patient from Honiton is undergoing a second lung transplant.
Kirstie Tancock, who we featured earlier this year getting people to sign up to the donor register, has cystic fibrosis.
She had surgery in 2011 but her body has rejected the new organs.
She's been told she only has two weeks to live but today's operation could save her life.