Nottinghamshire Police

Forest shirt thefts prompt CCTV appeal

Gavin Bevis

BBC News

Police have shared photos of two people they want to speak to after a number of Nottingham Forest shirts were stolen from the club shop.

The replica kits were taken from the City Ground store on Thursday 29 August.

Anyone with information has been asked to contact Nottinghamshire Police.

CCTV photos
Nottinghamshire Police

Five police officers assaulted during arrest of teenager

Alex Regan

BBC News

Five officers were assaulted in Nottingham during the arrest of a teenager, police have said.

Nottinghamshire Police said officers attended reports of a fight, where weapons were seen, in Westwood Road, Sneinton, at 14:50 BST on Thursday.

The 18-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possession of a bladed article and assaults on police officers.

The officers received minor injuries, but no knife wounds.

They were taken to hospital for check-ups and "are now receiving support".

Westwood Road
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Search for boy, 15, missing from Mansfield

Alex Regan

BBC News

Officers are appealing for information to find a 15-year-old boy who was reported missing from Mansfield on Monday.

Nottinghamshire Police have launched an appeal for Dylan O'Neill, who is 5ft 4in, has short ginger hair and blue eyes.

He was last seen wearing a grey Nike hoodie, grey jogging bottoms, black Under Armour sliders, an orange T-shirt and blue sunglasses. He was also seen carrying a black bag.

Dylan O'Neill
Nottinghamshire Police

Appeal after bank worker assaulted and racially abused

Amy Woodfield

BBC News

Police in Nottingham would like to speak this woman after a person working in a bank was assaulted and racially abused.

It happened at the Lloyds Bank on Main Street in the city on 17 June.

CCTV of wanted woman
Nottinghamshire Police

Puppy put down after reports it was kicked

Alex Regan

BBC News

Police are appealing for witnesses after a puppy was put down following reports it was kicked in Retford.

Nottinghamshire Police said the puppy, nicknamed Asher, was taken into the Co-operative supermarket in Welbeck Road on Friday, after reports it was kicked in Ollerton Road, Ordsall.

Despite the best efforts of vets, the puppy's injuries were too severe and he was put to sleep on Monday.

Police are appealing for witnesses, but also warned there have been threats of violence made to several children on Facebook in relation to the incident.

A spokesman said: "This is now being dealt with by the police and anyone else reported to be conducting themselves in this manner will be dealt with robustly."

Asher the dog
Joanna Tofts