UK News Police probe after 'woman threatened with knife' in Co Down home

17:50  21 january  2020
17:50  21 january  2020 Source:   belfastlive.co.uk

Video shows armed police arresting men over knife murder in drug dispute

  Video shows armed police arresting men over knife murder in drug dispute Kevin Roach, Julian Grant, Rodney Harris and Alfie Caparn were sentenced at Maidstone Crown Court for the murder of Wesley Adyinka in Maidstone.Kevin Roach, Julian Grant, Rodney Harris and Alfie Caparn were sentenced at Maidstone Crown Court for the murder of Wesley Adyinka in Knightrider Street, Maidstone, on February 10 2018.

Police have launched an investigation after a man was threatened with a knife in Paisley. The 57-year-old was approached by another man on a He was about 6ft tall and was wearing a home -made balaclava. Officers said his blue beanie hat, which had white stripes at the bottom, was pulled down

Wiltshire Police released footage on Saturday of an armed robber getting tasered by police after he threatened two police community support officers (PCSO)

a close up of a light © Getty

Intruders allegedly threatened a woman with a knife after they broke into a property in the Co Down area.

It was reported that shortly after 6am on January 20, two men, one armed with a knife and the other armed with a metal pole, had entered a house in the Ballintogher Road area.

One of the intruders allegedly pushed a female, who was present in the house, onto a sofa and threatened her with a knife.

Three occupants where home during the aggravated burglary.

Police said a set of car keys were taken during the incident and the suspects made off in a car, a black Ford Ka, which was later found abandoned in the Saul Brae area of Downpatrick .

Was killer in 1976 slaying of suburban teen a serial killer?

  Was killer in 1976 slaying of suburban teen a serial killer?  A man who police suspect strangled a 16-year-old suburban Chicago girl in 1976 may have killed as many as a dozen young women and plotted to kill others before he died during a fatal knife attack on a teenage boy, a detective investigating the case said Tuesday. ““When we start digging to see common threads (in missing persons cases), there are nine that we’re aware of and that number could go up to 12,” Lisle Police Detective Chris Loudon said of his investigation into Bruce Lindahl, who has been linked by DNA evidence to the 1976 slaying of Pamela Maurer.

Six men entered a woman 's home in the middle of the night and threatened her with a knife . They demanded specific things from the victim, although nothing is believed to have been stolen. The group is thought to have planned the burglary, in rural Woldingham, for some time, Surrey Police said.

Police are investigating after a man with a knife robbed a shop in Perth. The suspect threatened a staff member at RS McColl on Rannoch Road at about 18:45 on Monday, before making off with more than £1,000. He was described as being in his late 40s to early 50s, about 5ft 10in (1.77m) tall, and

A sum of money was also reported stolen.

Inspector McGrattan added: "Thankfully, no injuries were reported, but the occupants have understandably been left badly shaken by what must have been a traumatic ordeal.

"This took place in their home, somewhere they rightly deserve to feel safe.

"The alleged intruder brandishing the metal pole is described as being approximately 5'10' tall, around 20-years-old and wore a hooded top that covered his jaw and had brown hair and blue eyes.

"The second alleged intruder brandishing the knife is thought to be between 30 and 35-years old, described as being 'heavy set' and approximately 6' tall.

"He had a pale complexion and wore a grey hooded top.

"I am appealing to anyone who may have been in the Ballintogher Road area between 6am and 6:15am yesterday and saw any suspicious activity, including two males matching the descriptions of the suspects, or who believes they may have seen a black Ford Ka in the area, to get in touch.

Police find car linked to Glasgow firearm incident

  Police find car linked to Glasgow firearm incident Police Scotland are looking for information on a car they believe may have been used in an incident where shots were fired at a house. © Provided by The Scotsman Officers say the purple Nissan Pulsar, with the registration SE66 KNN, may have been used by the group in the attack, in the Hamiltonhill area of the city on December 16. The car was stolen from Kilwinning on December 5 and was found burnt out on Friday on Manse Road. Officers say a group exited the car on Salmona Street at 11.

State and local police are investigating after an elderly woman reported that three men entered her Sterling home Tuesday morning, bound her The 70-year-old woman reported the home invasion around 10 a.m. and told officers the three men were wearing masks when they threatened her and

COPS are probing an incident where a man in his 40s claimed he was threatened with a knife after a Labour fundraiser. The event took place at Namaaste Kitchen in Camden to raise money for the partyCredit: namaastekitchen. co .uk. The victim went to hospital for treatment and later told police he

"I would also urge anyone who has information which could help our investigation to call us on the non-emergency number 101, quoting reference number 179 of 20/01/20."

Alternatively, information can also be given anonymously through the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

A 24-year-old has been arrested on suspicion of offences including aggravated burglary with intent to steal, aggravated vehicle taking causing damage to the vehicle, burglary with intent to steal, possession of an offensive weapon in a public place and robbery. He remains in custody at this time.

For more of today's top stories in Belfast and beyond, click here.

Keep up-to-date with all the very latest news, what's on, sport and everything else in Belfast and beyond with the Belfast Live app.

Only select news that interests you by picking the topics you want to display on the app's homepage. Plus, our enhanced user experience includes live blogs, video, interactive maps and slick picture galleries. Download it now and get involved.

Click here to get it from the App Store or here for Google Play .

'Gang of youths' target Edinburgh shop in 'horrific' hate crime attack with 'knives and crowbars' .
Two people were said to have been left bloodied after the 'horrific' attack in the Niddrie area of Edinburgh on Thursday night.Officers raced to the incident at Hay Convenience Store in the Niddrie area of the city at around 6.55pm on Thursday.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 3
This is interesting!