Police are appealing for information after a woman was assaulted in Penwortham, hours after England’s opening World Cup defeat. She was approached by a man, who appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. The woman was walking on Stricklands Lane from a side street towards a residential caravan park. According to Lancashire Police the man made comments towards her regarding the England game and […]1 month ago by Ed Walker Share
Lea Police in Preston are looking for your help. They report an increase in non dwelling burglaries over the past few weeks. Garages and sheds have been targeted in Preston for bikes and tools. Police ask you ensure you take all necessary measures to protect your property. To highlight the issue they are looking for primary school age children to design a poster to help […]1 month ago by Tony Worrall Share
Police are appealing for help to find a Preston woman not seen since Thursday morning. Fidelma Noonan was last seen on Whittingham Lane, Whittingham, at 8.30am. The 55-year-old was wearing a cream-white thigh length cardigan, grey jogging pants and black ankle boots. Lancashire Police have asked anyone who may have seen Fidelma to get in touch by calling 101.1 month ago by Ed Walker Share Advertise here
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Lancashire Police are asking for help after a cyclist is assaulted on the Guild Wheel. In what looks like a ‘cycle rage‘ incident, a 20 year old bike rider was assaulted by another cyclist after they collided on the Guild Wheel in Preston. Police say the collision and assault happened on Cottam Way around 6pm on Tuesday 3 June. The man apparently swore at the […]1 month ago by Tony Worrall Share
Six dogs have been seized as police raided homes across Preston on Wednesday morning. Lancashire Police took the dogs away under the dangerous dog act. It followed tip-offs about suspected banned breeds at eight homes in Preston, Penwortham, Walmer Bridge and Bamber Bridge. The dogs, all pit bull types, have been taken to local kennels. One of the dogs was found to have suffered minor […]1 month ago by Ed Walker Share
Police have made arrests following a burglary in Hoghton. The arrests came following information from members of the public. Two police dogs were used to track down the suspects. Lancashire Police say no charges have been made and have not released any information on those arrested.1 month ago by Ed Walker Share