Emergency services were called to the Knotty Ash area in east Liverpool shortly before 10pm on Monday. They arrived at the scene at Finch Way, close to the junction with Murcote Road, after being alerted at 9.45pm. Witnesses claimed shots were fired
Multiple police vehicles have blocked Hindley Road near St James’ C of E Primary School. The nature of the incident is yet to be confirmed. Hindley Road has been cordoned off both ways for the school until the roundabout at Hartford Road
Police scrambled after shots were fired at a house in Norgate Street, Anfield, Liverpool at around 3.25am on Tuesday. A man was found to have leg injuries after he was shot. Pictures show the area cordoned off and a forensic officer on
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Offices were scrambled to Town Meadow Lane in Moreton at around 12.45pm in response to reports of an unexploded bomb. They put a large cordon in place on the road, while also asking for assistance from North West Ambulance Service and the
POLICE cordoned off a road and house in Anfield, Liverpool on Wednesday while emergency services attend the scene.
Nearby residents have reported hearing a “loud bang” at around 6:40pm, Manchester Evening News reported. A local told MEN that the noise made him “jolt upright” as he was unloading his shopping. Armed police officers arrived at the scene at around 7pm.
That left Spurs needing to move on to other targets and they appear set to land Lenglet before the weekend. The left-sider has been derided by some fans for his form at Barca and will be keen for a fresh start in
The suspects approached The Bank Public House in Stockton-on-Tees in the early hours of this morning, officers reported. A firearm was discharged before the pair made off on the motorbike. Officers this morning cordoned off a section of Norton High Street, where the
The campaigner had his amplifiers “seized” by police before asking the police “how can you back the laws of a fascist Government”. Learning he has been summonsed Mr Bray said “oh fantastic” after he was surrounded by 20 uniformed officers as he campaigned outside