Libby Squire cops swoop on house of butcher dad-of-two in arrest raids over student's disappearance

A forensics van and cop cars arrived to search the home of Polish national Pawel Relowicz, 24, last night. A recovery vehicle then arrived to take away a Vauxhall Astra as forensic officers conducting a finger tip search of the house on Raglan Street. Forensic officers were today seen entering the terraced, two-storey home as they continued their search. The […]

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Cops searching for missing student Libby Squire, 21, hunt man seen 'helping her' after she was turned away from club

Over 50 cops are searching for the University of Hull student, 21, who was last seen around on Thursday night. The young woman was reported missing after leaving the Welly club in Hull around 11pm and getting into a taxi. According to Hull Live, the student did not actually enter the club as she was "turned away by door staff […]

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Cops pull over 'death wish' driver who drove with snow almost covering windscreen

The reckless motorist was stopped in the Highlands in the early hours of Tuesday as snow and sleet blasted large parts of the country. The car's rear and side windows were completely covered with snow – while only a small area had been cleared on the front windscreen. Police issued the driver with a fixed penalty notice and warned other […]

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Cops probing death of man on Edinburgh City Bypass appeal for two lorry drivers to come forward

The body of Craig Bruce, 37, was found on the central reservation of the A720 around 8.20am on Thursday. Police are investigating the possibility he was hit by a milk delivery van. It comes after a vehicle from dairy firm Muller was seized for forensic examination after it was involved in a collision on the road. And officers now believe […]

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Cops piece together mystery of miracle escape by Jayme Closs from kidnapper's lair

Wearing no gloves or coat despite the freezing temperatures, she ran through the snow towards the woman, yelling: “I’m Jayme! I’m lost. I don’t know where I am.” The woman, Jeanne Nutter, who was holding her golden retriever Henry in her driveway, said later: “I recognised her immediately.” In that instant the dramatic 88-day hunt for missing Jayme Closs was […]

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Cops hunting three-year-old boy who vanished with his mum in July

Little Olly Sheridan is embroiled in a family court dispute between estranged parents Ellie Yarrow-Sanders, 26, and Patrick Sheridan, 45. The youngster and his mum disappeared in July and now a High Court judge says he is "gravely concerned" for the pair. Mr Justice Williams lifted reporting restrictions to identify the family, from Basildon, Essex, in the hope Olly and Ellie will […]

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Cops told not to report crime victims they suspect of being illegal immigrants

The national policy has been drawn up in light of the Windrush scandal. It states where a person reporting a crime could be someone without leave to remain, the “fundamental principle” is to treat them as a victim. But if, during the course of the investigation, it becomes apparent they are here illegally, “it is wholly appropriate that the officer […]

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Dramatic moment armed cops SHOOT man in foot in confrontation

Christopher ‘Blondie’ Stokes, 27, was injured by a ricocheted bullet when an officer allegedly misfired a warning shot. The argument erupted after a man complained about delays to repairs being made to his van near Granard, Co Longford on Monday. It is believed that as he drove away a fierce argument broke out between the man and Mr Stokes and Irish police the […]

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Moment armed cops shoot thug as he brandishes huge samurai sword in busy street

Armed police were called to confront 50-year-old John Taylor who was seen waving the giant blade outside shops on Saturday in Basildon, Essex. Armed officers shot Taylor with a baton gun – which fires non-lethal circular plastic rounds – after a tense stand-off in front of shoppers. The shocking incident was caught on a CCTV camera at the Costcutter shop […]

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Cops want to change the way you buy petrol after spike in motorists driving off without paying

Police bosses say petrol companies should make drivers pre-pay at the pump instead of encouraging them to come into forecourt shops. The number of people driving off without paying, known as "bilking", increased to around 25,000 a year, with some forces reporting rises of up to 40 per cent last year. Simon Cole, the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) lead on local […]

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