17 Year Old Girl
Robbed On Balford Road, Southport
MERSEYSIDE Police have released
an E-fit of a man they with to speak with in connection with theft
from a woman in Southport.
On Thursday, 30 September 2010, a 17 year old woman was stood at a
bus stop close to Balfour Road when she noticed a man stood close
by. The man then pulled her handbag from her shoulder and ran off
towards Southport town centre.
Det Constable Suzanne Demomme said:- "This was an unpleasant
and distressing incident for the victim. I would appeal for anyone
who has any information about this theft or who recognises the image
of the offender to come forward. The image is a good likeness of the
offender and we believe he may live locally."
Anyone with information can contact Sefton CID on:- 0151 777 3165 or
Crimestoppers anonymously on:- 0800 555 111.
Russell Brand in
Waterstone's Bold Street, Liverpool
LIVERPOOL'S Bold Street branch of
Waterstone’s played host on Monday, 11 October 2010 to a book
signing with Russell Brand . The controversial actor and TV
presenter created a massive gathering of fans both in and out of the
shop. So long was the queue of fans, for his book signing, that it
ended nearly half way up the road, and in places it was 5 aside as
well! Inside the former heroin addict and recovering alcoholic was
clearly taken back by the hundreds of fans who descended on the
shop. So big was the response of fans that it left the security
nearly overwhelmed. Russell Brand's new autobiography, My Booky Wook
2, is out now priced £20.00. Click on
here to see our full
photographic coverage of this event.
UPDATE - "IS YOUR BUSINESS
AFFECTED BY A RENT RELATED PROBLEM?"
IN the 30 September 2010
edition of our paper we reported
that we had been encountering quite a few worried employees of
businesses that are located in buildings that had been owned by
Ethel Austin Ltd. We can now reveal that talks are now underway and
that is why we have not published any more about it. We will keep
our readers up-to-date if we have any more developments. Thank you
to all those who contacted us and good luck to those affected.
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