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Urgent appeal from Lincolnshire Police – Willis aged 13 disappeared from Stamford this morning

We are appealing for assistance to find missing Willis Bentley.

Willis, aged 13, was last seen outside New Look in Stamford High Street at around 11.30 am today, Sunday 25 October. We believe he then headed towards the Burghley Estate on foot.

He is described as 5ft 4inc tall, slim build and has dark blonde curly hair. Willis was wearing a beige Holster coat with fur trim, a black and white chequered shirt with black skinny jeans and black trainers.

Please call us on 101 if you have seen Willis and quote incident number 205 of October 25.

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Why is Coronavirus so deadly?

We are sharing this article from the BBC site to enable our users to fully understand why the Coronavirus is so deadly and unlike previous similar viruses.

 

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Rutland Police need your help regarding fatal collision this morning A6003 near Gunthorpe – the road remains closed

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Fatal collision on A6003 at Gunthorpe

Officers are investigating after a fatal road traffic collision on the A6003 at Gunthorpe.

Police were called at around 1.30 am this morning (25 October) by East Midlands Ambulance Service to a report of a single-vehicle collision which occurred north of Lyndon Road.

It involved a white Mercedes Sprinter van which was travelling towards Oakham.

The driver of the van was pronounced dead at the scene.

The road remains closed between Gunthorpe and Manton while investigators continue their enquiries at the scene.

Officers are appealing for anyone who may have seen the vehicle before the collision or the collision itself to get in touch. Alternatively anyone with dashcam footage which may have captured something related to this incident, we would also like to speak to.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 quoting incident 72 of 25 October.

Be aware of chicken thieves – they could be anywhere

& stop these “delightful ladies”

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Anybody recognise this pair
Climbed a fence to steal 9 chickens
Shoving them in a bag
Somebody must know who they are.
This is the 2nd time these delightful ladies have been to this yard and stolen chickens
The owners have put in so many measures to try to keep them safe
But they have been back.