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Detectives appeal to witnesses after assault outside Bridlington nightclub

Witnesses to a violent assault outside a Bridlington nightclub last night are being urged to contact police.

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How they plan to fleece you online this Black Friday

How they plan to fleece you online this Black Friday

Researchers at Financial Fraud Action UK (FFA UK) have issued a fresh warning for shoppers not to be rushed into bagging a bargain this Black Friday as 15 million online shoppers could be putting themselves at risk of financial fraud.

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Burglary at Bridlington’s Spotlight Theatre

A rare Yamaha music player was among the equipment taken during a burglary at Bridlington’s Spotlight Theatre.

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Rapist told to expect long jail term

A Bridlington man has been told by a judge he is going to prison for a long time after being convicted of rape for a second time.

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Watch: 'Mountains of donations are being stolen!'

A charity is pleading with well-meaning residents not to leave donations outside its shop when they are closed.
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Ryan Linley kicked a cat so hard it was launched against a wall.

Jilted dad kicked ex's cat against wall and threatened to bury her in garden

A violent yob kicked a family cat so hard it hit the wall after his girlfriend said she wanted to finish their relationship

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Fake parking ticket emails are in circulation.

Warning over fake parking ticket emails scam

Fraudsters are sending out “Parking Charge Reminder” emails, claiming that the recipient has parked in a UKPC car park

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Cash and jewellery taken in burglary

Police have appealing for information after a commercial burglary at premises on West End in Kilham over the weekend.

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Tanya Nadle was accused of stealing a bull mastiff but has had her case thrown out in court.

Bridlington woman accused of stealing dog has case dismissed

A Bridlington woman accused of stealing a dog has been exonerated after a judge threw the case out of court.
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North Yorkshire Police are appealing to anyone with information about the shooting of a marsh harrier near Sledmere.

Who is shooting 'magnificent' birds of prey near Bridlington?

A bird of prey that was badly injured when it was shot has prompted a police appeal for information.
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A member of the public contacted police about the polytunnel when they became suspicious.

Police sniff out cannabis grow inside polytunnel near Bridlington

Police have arrested a man after dozens of cannabis plants were found growing inside a polytunnel near Bridlington.
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Police bosses announce new Chief Constable appointment

Police bosses announce new Chief Constable appointment

Police bosses are appointing a new Chief Constable for the West Yorkshire region.

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Bridlington carer accused of defrauding 102-year-old Edith pleads not guilty

A carer accused of defrauding a 102-year-old Bridlington woman out of £287,000 has appeared in court and elected to stand trial.
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Warning over court summons scam emails

Police and Action Fraud are warning people about a wave of scam emails that appear to be summoning the recipient to appear in court.

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A third of people in Yorkshire and the Humber have admitted to sharing their online passwords with other people.

Cyber crime: A third of people in Yorkshire admit to sharing online passwords

Senior police officers leading the fight against cyber crime in Yorkshire and the Humber have urged the public to take basic precautions after statistics revealed almost one in three people in the region had shared their passwords with someone else.

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Millions of Brits risking home security

Millions of Brits risking home security

Millions of Brits are leaving their windows and doors unlocked, leaving keys in the garden and relying on their dog to keep their home safe, a study has found.

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Screws were left near the man's car on St John's Walk. Picture: Google Maps.

Screws placed around victim's car after vandals target home

Vandals strew screws around a man's car wheels after launching an attack on his home.
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Eating and not paying for supermarket fruit is among the micro-crimes committed by three in four of Brits.

11 ‘micro-crimes’ you’ve probably committed

Three-quarters of Brits are what is described as ‘micro-criminals’ - committing tiny crimes in shops and online to get a better deal.

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Watch thief make off with bizarre loot from Bridlington store

A suspected thief has been caught on camera making off with tasty treats from a Bridlington store.
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All four Yorkshire police forces recorded a rise in crime last year.

Big rise in crimes behind closed doors, says Yorkshire police chief

A change in the nature of crime means offences are increasingly happening behind closed doors rather than in public places, according to a senior Yorkshire police officer.

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