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Gang jailed for burglaries in Leighton Buzzard and Houghton Regis

Four men were jailed last week over a string of burglaries and driving offences carried out in Houghton Regis and Leighton Buzzard.

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Luton shopkeeper fights off armed robbers by throwing chilli powder at them

A shopkeeper in Luton threw chilli powder at armed robbers on Saturday night as they attempted to rob his shop.

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Britain’s Most Wanted list: sexual crimes

These are the people most wanted by police forces in the UK in relation to alleged sexual offences.

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PC Michael Trinder outside the closed properties

Police close two properties in Farley Hill

Bedfordshire Police Community Team successfully obtained a three month closure order for two properties in Ruthin Close, Farley Hill, on Friday, April 20.

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Missing Luton girl Charlie Oakley has been found

A girl who was reported missing from Luton yesterday (Thursday) has been found.

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The case was heard at St Albans crown court

Flytippers get heavy fines

Two Luton residents have been given fines and costs totalling over £2,500 after being found guilty of fly tipping offences on 6 February 2018.

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Luton woman charged with shoplifting from three Co-op stores

A 51-year-old woman has been charged with 12 counts of theft from a shop, following separate incidents in Luton between October last year and January this year.

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Jewellery and wristwatches stolen during Houghton Regis back door break-in

Jewellery and wristwatches were stolen from a resident in Houghton Regis after a back door break-in.

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Protesters in London:  it is estimated that 2,400 people have  died due to the scandal.  Sharon has been told that the virus cleared her system naturally at some point since 1987, but that it means  an increased risk of  liver cancer.

‘Contamination victims must speak out’ says Luton woman whose blood was tainted

A Luton woman whose blood was tainted during the 1980s contamination scandal is encouraging other victims to seek justice during the government’s inquiry.

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Six Biggleswade people caught out in romance fraud

Six Biggleswade people caught out in romance fraud

Bedfordshire Police is warning people about the dangers of romance fraud, following several recent cases in Biggleswade.

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Police investigate knife point robbery in Luton

Police are investigating a knife point robbery in Luton on Sunday afternoon.

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18-year-old charged with attempted murder following Luton stabbing

18-year-old charged with attempted murder following Luton stabbing

An 18-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder following a stabbing in St Saviour’s Crescent, Luton, on Thursday, March 29.

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Investigations into ‘violent incident’ in Hockwell Ring are ongoing

Officers from the Luton Community Team carried out high visibility patrols in Hockwell Ring yesterday after a ‘violent incident’ on Saturday afternoon.

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Police detain five illegal immigrants in Toddington

Bedfordshire Police have detained five people after a number of illegal immigrants were seen leaving a lorry in Toddington this afternoon (Monday).

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Men injured in early morning burglary

The men were injured after burglars forced their way into their property on Castle Street in Luton early on Friday morning.

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Teens jailed for ‘brutal’ knife attack on boy at Luton train station

Teens jailed for ‘brutal’ knife attack on boy at Luton train station

Six teenagers have been sentenced for their part in the stabbing of a 14-year-old boy at Luton station on Valentine’s Day last year.

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Booking fraud costs holidaymakers £6.7 million

Booking fraud costs holidaymakers £6.7 million

Travel fraud is costing UK holidaymakers millions of pounds per year – and also having a severe effect on their health or financial wellbeing.

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Immigration and crime, is there a link?

I am an immigrant. Many people worry about those like me, and those from other countries who might follow in my footsteps.

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