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REVIEW OF THE YEAR: February

Luke Arons with stolen X-Box and CCTV

Luke Arons with stolen X-Box and CCTV

Spalding’s top cop, Insp Jim Tyner, praised the use of CCTV in helping remove criminals from our streets after a persistent thief was jailed just 24 hours after his arrest. Picture: Luke Arons with the Xbox stolen from his shop and the CCTV that recorded the crime. SG130213-121NG

Weston Hills Primary School became a birdwatcher’s paradise when pupils armed themselves with binoculars and kept their eyes on the skies for the school’s Bird Watch Week. Picture: Weston Hills Primary School pupils Ben Norton, Ashley Hughes, Katie White and Thomas Doughty keep busy spotting birds during the school’s Bird Watch Week. SG290113-334NG

Weston woman Teresa Walton spoke of her horror after being forced to throw herself on top of her puppy Cooper to protect him from two dogs who savagedly attacked and killed him.

 

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