Police hunting for a man suspected of murdering a neighbour in a crossbow attack have found a body. Police hunting for a man suspected of murdering a neighbour in a crossbow attack have found a body. Humberside Police said they believed they have found 56-year-old Anthony Lawrence in a vehicle in a rural location in North Yorkshire at around 6pm on Sunday.
The father of a teenager who has been left unable to communicate after thieves stole her computer has been overwhelmed after the story went around the world. An appeal for help in finding the talking aid Miya Thirlby uses has been shared on social media by football legend Alan Shearer and tennis hero Andy Murray and has been retweeted more than 18,000 times. Shearer said on Twitter: “Come on man.
A campaign to help her teenager to 'get her voice back' has smashed its £6,000 target after the appeal was shared by a whole host of celebrities. Miya Thirbly, who also has epilepsy, is unable to speak and uses a laptop to communicate. But the device was stolen earlier this week from her father's car outside the family home. A fundraising page, set up by a friend of the family, has now smashed its £6,000 target - the cost of replacing the laptop if it is not recovered.
Family pic of Shane Gilmer who was murdered in a crossbow attack near Driffield on Friday. @Humberbeat want to trace his neighbour Anthony Lawrence. Police warned the public not to approach him but to call 999. https://t.co/1kZowYp99s
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Selecting a term
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