Police are appealing for witnesses after a pedestrian was seriously injured in a collision in Beeston earlier today.
At 8.35am, a silver Nissan Almera travelling along Beeston Road in the direction of Old Lane has been in collision with a 29-year-old female pedestrian.
The injured woman was taken to Leeds General Infirmary where she is being treated for a serious head injury.
Anyone who saw the collision has been asked to contact police.
A man is being questioned over the disappearance of a woman in Leeds.
43-year-old Humaira Naseer was last seen at Disraeli Terrace in Beeston on Tuesday 25th March at around 11am.
Officers are concerned for her welfare.
Humaira is described as Asian, 5’2” to 5’3” tall of medium build and with shoulder length straight hair. She wears reading glasses on occasion and has brown eyes. When last seen she was wearing orange trousers, a v neck t shirt, knee length green fabric jacket with hood, black shoes with small heel.
We are appealing directly for anyone who has seen Humaira or knows where she is to contact us immediately. Humaira is known to have links to the Manchester area.
A 41-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of abduction. He remains in police custody.
A shopkeeper in Leeds is recovering after being punched in the face and head by men who attempted to rob his off-licence last Monday.
Police have now released CCTV images of three men they want to trace in connection with the incident.
Two of the men went into Beeston Wine Stores and pretended to buy items before attacking the 35-year-old shopkeeper.
He managed to run to the door and shout for help while the third man, who had been waiting outside, tried to get him back into the shop.
One of the men in the shop got behind the counter but could not open the till. All three men then ran off towards the Noster's area.
Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them at Holbeck Police Station.
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Fire crews are continuing to tackle a large blaze at a recycling centre in Leeds.
It broke out at HW Martin Waste Plant in Beeston at around 1:30am. At its height, 80 fire fighters worked to extinguish the processed plastic and paper that were alight. No-one was hurt. An investigation into how the fire started has now begun.
Vince Macklam from West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue has been speaking to us about the operation.
Fire crews are tackling a large blaze at a waste centre in Leeds.
It broke out at HW Martin Waste Plant in Beeston at around 1:30am. Twelve fire engines are at the scene, but West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service say it could take several days to put out.
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Steven Tomlinson, the son of the late Jane Tomlinson did his family and friends proud today as he carried the Olympic flame through Beeston.