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Pregnant woman was attacked in Plymouth for £10

Police have issued e-fits of the teenagers Credit: Devon & Cornwall Police

A pregnant woman who was mugged by two teenagers in Plymouth says her life has turned into a nightmare.

The 24 year old woman was hospitalised after the attack in St Budeaux last month.

When he was told, her partner, who is epileptic, had a seizure and has been in and out of hospital ever since.

Police have issued e-fits of the teenagers.

The woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, told ITV News: "To think that somebody has put our baby's life at risk makes me feel physically sick. And all for the sake of £10. I mean really? Was it worth it?"

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Have you seen these teenagers? Police release efit after pregnant woman attacked

Police efit of two teenagers suspected of attacking a pregnant woman. Credit: Devon and Cornwall Police

Police are looking for two teenagers after an attack on a pregnant woman in Plymouth last month.

The 24-year-old woman, who was 17 weeks pregnant, suffered back and internal injuries after she was pushed in the stomach and had her purse grabbed.

The attack happened on Evelyn Street, in the St Budeaux area of the city late on Friday July 31st.

Both suspects are described as being 14 or 15.

“I would like to reassure residents that this is an unusual and isolated incident which is rare for this quiet residential area of Plymouth.”

– Detective Constable John-Paul Eccles

Missing woman found safe but cold in Plymouth

Tamara Harding Credit: Devon & Cornwall Police

Tamara Harding who went missing from Derriford Hospital on Sunday 2 August has been found safe - but cold.

She was discovered by police in a garden in Tavistock Road in Plymouth this afternoon, Wednesday 5 August.

Officers say she was cold and wet and has been taken to Derriford Hospital for a check- up and assessment.

The force says it has been searching extensively to try to locate her and wants to thank the public for their support and information.

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Plymouth swimmer wins silver in Russia

Plymouth teenager Ruta Meilutyte, who's from Lithuania competing at the World Championships in Kazan Credit: Giuliano Bevilacqua/ABACAPRESS.COM

Plymouth Leander swimmer Ruta Meilutyte has taken a silver medal at the World Championships in Kazan.

The talented teenager and Olympic Gold Medallist, who attends Plymouth College, was just short of her best in the 100m breaststroke final.

Inquest held into the death of a man in Plymouth flat fire

Fire crews at the scene of the fire in Union Street. Credit: ITV West Country

An inquest into the death of a man who died in a flat fire in Plymouth on New Year's morning, will be heard today.

George Somers, 43, died in the early hours as fire raged through his top storey flat in Union Street.

The former nurse was set to marry his partner Bart Somers, who managed to escape from the flat fire.

The inquest was formally opened in January when evidence of identification was given.

Special Olympics leaves British athletes with lasting memories

Two athletes from Barnstaple and Plymouth have been competing in the Special Olympics in Los Angeles in America.

Daniel Weston from Barnstaple managed to bag a bronze medal in the cycling, whilst Elizabeth Haywood from Plymouth was batting in the badminton.

Ian Payne reports:

Steven Dodd from Plymouth also had success at the tournament, winning two silver medals in the kayaking.

The slogan of the games has been 'Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave."

The event finished last night but it will certainly leave some lasting memories for those taking part.

Michael Foot memorial unveiled in Plymouth

A memorial to former Labour Party leader Michael Foot has been unveiled in Plymouth.

The memorial, in Freedom Fields Park, was paid for by donations from a public appeal.

The former Labour leader died in 2010 Credit: Seth Conway/ITV News

"The support the appeal has received from Plymouth businesses has been incredible and testament to how popular Michael was" said Luke Pollard, one of the organisers.

Chairman of the Michael Foot Memorial Appeal Peter Jones at the opening of the memorial Credit: Seth Conway/ITV News

Mr Foot served as MP for the city from 1945 to 1955, before going on to win a seat in south Wales in 1960.

"Michael loves benches where he could sit down in a park and read" said appeal chairman Peter Jones.

"It's fantastic that the memorial overlooks Plymouth Sound... he felt that the sea defined the city".

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