Police have issued a further urgent appeal following the discovery of a placenta and umbilical cord in Preston. Officers believe that there could be a vulnerable mother and young baby who need medical attention and they are urging them – or anyone with information to come forward. The discovery was made by a worker at Preston Cemetery on New Hall Lane at shortly before 9.30am […]4 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share
CCTV pictures of a man police want to speak to following a sexual assault in Preston city centre have been re-released. Police say the man pictured may have seen what happened as he was nearby at the time. The incident took place between 3am and 4am on Sunday 9 December 2012. The 20 year old victim was walking home after a night out. She was […]4 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share
A Preston woman has been fined for failing to answer questions about fly tipping in Fishwick. Preston City Council were called after 40 household waste bags were found dumped in a gated alley between Chatsworth Street and Nimes Street. The bags were taken away and examined for evidence, which led to council officers linking it to the address of Margaret Gilks. The city council say […]4 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share See your advert here Want to promote your local business?
More than 100 paving stones have been stolen from Preston streets in the last three weeks. Lancashire County Council and Lancashire Police are investigating the theft of the flag stones, primarily in the Ashton on Ribble and Deepdale areas. More than 20 roads have been targeted including English Martys Place, off St George’s Road, with nine flags pinched. Brook Street has seen seven flagstones missing […]4 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share
Police are searching for a young mother and baby after a placenta and umbilical cord were discovered at Preston Cemetery. A worker at the cemetery on New Hall Lane made the discovery shortly before 9.30am on Friday. The remains, which appear to be a placenta and umbilical cord, have been recovered and will be examined to confirm that they are human. Inspector Keith Lee, of […]4 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share
Fireworks worth £10,000 and classed as “potentially lethal” have been stolen from the Preston area. Preston Police say 160 fireworks were stolen between 9.30pm on Tuesday and 7.30am on Wednesday. The fireworks were being stored at an address in Walton-le-Dale for a professional display PC Vicky Salkeld said, “This theft is worrying, not least because of their explosive content, and the potential for serious injury […]4 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share