Web shoppers warned over Facebook Marketplace fraud

Internet shoppers are being warned of a potential scam involving Facebook’s Marketplace.

Have you seen missing teenager Shelly Martin?

Police appeal to find missing teenager

Police asking for help to track down missing teenager Shelley Martin.

Katie Edwards.

Spalding teenage killers’ 20-year jail terms for murdering mother and daughter ‘not unduly lenient’

The 20-year minimum terms handed to a teenage couple for the brutal “executions” of a mother and her daughter were not unduly lenient, the Attorney General’s Office has said today.

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Over 400 claims of police abusing power for sexual gain in two years, watchdog reveals

Hundreds of police officers have been accused of abusing their power to sexually exploit people, including vulnerable victims of crime, a damning report has revealed.

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Wanted: Daniel Twinn.

Police search for wanted man in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire Police are today (Wednesday) appealing for information on the whereabouts of a wanted man.

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Rare soay sheep stolen from Sacrewell Farm

Two rare lambs were stolen from Sacrewell last night (Monday, December 5).

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VIDEO: Caught in the act: carer steals cash from Spalding war hero (89)

Shocking CCTV pictures show carer Susan Pell twice stealing money from a war veteran who has a life-threatening health condition.

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Carer and thief Susan Pell

VIDEO: Carer caught on CCTV stealing cash from Spalding war veteran (89)

This shocking CCTV footage shows carer Susan Pell stealing money from a Spalding war veteran in his own home.

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Bill Skelly

Preferred candidate named in hunt for Lincolnshire’s new Chief Constable

Devon and Cornwall Deputy Chief Constable Bill Skelly has been named as the preferred candidate for Lincolnshire’s new police chief.

Minister for Policing, Brandon Lewis, with Lincolnshire's Chief Constable Neil Rhodes.

Minister for Policing visits Lincolnshire Police HQ

The Minister for Policing, Brandon Lewis, has visited Lincolnshire Police as part of an operation he has called ‘Operation Cops’ which involves him visiting forces to meet frontline staff and hear first-hand about the issues affecting them and the work they do in the community.

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Teenager hit by car on pedestrian crossing in Stamford

A 14-year-old girl was taken to hospital by ambulance after being struck by a car on a pedestrian crossing.

National Lottery confirms people’s personal information may have been accessed in the attempted hack

National Lottery confirms people’s personal information may have been accessed in the attempted hack

National Lottery operator Camelot has this morning revealed they are aware of “suspicious activity” which has been detected on a number of players’ online accounts.

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Prolific burglar jailed for five years

A prolific burglar convicted of stealing jewellery in a raid on a house in Deeping St James has been jailed for five years.


Bicycle and bracelet stolen from The Deepings School

Police are investigating two thefts from The Deepings School.

Make sure it’s the criminals that are left short changed this festive period

Make sure it’s the criminals that are left short changed this festive period

Police will be supporting the Action Fraud national awareness campaign to help prevent people from becoming victims of online shopping fraud as well as other types of fraud which people fall victim to during the seasonal period.

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River search carried out after man flees police investigating assault in Stamford

An urgent search of the River Welland was carried out after a man was thought to have jumped or fallen in during the early hours of Sunday morning.

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Have your say: Lincolnshire police and crime commissioner launches spending consultation

Lincolnshire’s police and crime commissioner, Marc Jones, has launched a consultation to ask residents their views on a series of policing issues.

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Attorney General to review “unduly lenient” 20-year sentences handed to teenage murderers of Spalding mum and daughter

The 20-year minimum terms handed to the Spalding teenage couple responsible for the murders of Liz and Katie Edwards have been referred to the Attorney General for being “unduly lenient”.

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Chief Constable Neil Rhodes.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Lincolnshire Police in recruitment drive amid PCSO numbers drop

Lincolnshire Police has launched its latest recruitment drive at the same time as its PCSO numbers are set to fall temporarily.

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