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Thursday, 17 December 2015

Reveller breaks man’s cheekbone after being ejected from Leeds nightclub

Reveller breaks man’s cheekbone after being ejected from Leeds nightclub



Police are trying to find a reveller who broke a man’s cheekbone in an unprovoked attack after being kicked out of a nightclub in Leeds.

The 24-year-old victim was walking along Crown Street in Leeds city centre when he saw a man being ejected from Chilli White by doorstaff.

The man then approached him and, without provocation, punched him in the face causing a broken cheekbone.

The victim fought back and the attacker ran off towards Kirkgate.

Detective Constable Alexa Worsnop, of Leeds District CID, said: “This was a completely unprovoked attack that left the victim with a serious injury. We would like to hear from anyone who recognises the man shown in the images or who witnessed the incident at the time.”

The incident happened at about 4am on Thursday, October 1.

Anyone with information should contact Det Con Worsnop or Det Con Craig Mason at Elland Road police station via 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.




 


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Saturday, 12 December 2015

Man threatened with a gun as £140,000 of ‘rare’ supercar parts stolen from Leeds unit

Man threatened with a gun as £140,000 of ‘rare’ supercar parts stolen from Leeds unit




A man has been threatened at gunpoint during an armed robbery in which £140,000 of parts for a rare Porsche were stolen.

West Yorkshire Police are hunting two men, who were in a white Transit van, who stole parts from a rare Porsche Carrera GT that was being repaired at an industrial unit in Water Lane, Holbeck, on Friday September 25 at around 3.30pm.

It is thought that the men could have links to Manchester or Sheffield.

Detective Inspector Phil Jackson, of Leeds District CID, described the parts as “fairly unique” and has urged people to contact police if they hear of such items being sold.








 


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Thursday, 10 December 2015

Shoplifter with nearly 100 convictions banned from Leeds city centre

Shoplifter with nearly 100 convictions banned from Leeds city centre


A shoplifter with nearly 100 convictions to her name has been banned from Leeds city centre for three years.

Chantelle Mitchell, of Broadway, Horsforth, has a record of 91 thefts from shops in the city going back to 1995.



Her latest conviction was for stealing two jackets, worth £200, from Blacks in The Core shopping centre on October 13, when she was chased and caught after using a foil-lined bag to conceal the garments.

Mitchell, 38, was jailed for 31 weeks by Leeds magistrates this week for the theft and for committing the offences while on a suspended sentence.

But she was also given a three-year criminal behaviour order banning her from entering the city centre.

Deputy District Judge Andrew Jebb told Mitchell: “Businesses in the area are entitled to a rest from your activities”.

Tuesday, 8 December 2015

New ‘three strikes’ policy to target beggars in Leeds city centre

New ‘three strikes’ policy to target beggars in Leeds city centre
A new ‘three-strikes’ policy is being launched in the latest attempt to rid the streets of Leeds of “hard core” beggars.


Supposed down-and-outs found hassling the public for cash in the city centre will initially be given a written ‘amber’ warning ordering them to stop and providing contact details for support organisations if they have genuine housing and health needs.


Those caught a second time face a ‘red’ warning banning them from a designated area for 48 hours. If they still fail to heed the warnings, they could be then be arrested.


Temporary Inspector Andy Berriman, who runs the City Neighbourhood Policing Team, said there were about two dozen beggars who had refused to engage with the authorities in Leeds.

He said: “The ones we’re dealing with – the hard core element – have got somewhere to live and receive benefits.

“We’re are not targeting destitute people, we’re targeting people who are making a living effectively from professionally begging rather than doing an actual trade or a skill.”

Monday, 7 December 2015

Leeds University dance class burglar caught on bus

Leeds University dance class burglar caught on bus
A BURGLAR stole thousands of pounds worth of valuables belonging to members of a dance class after breaking into changing rooms at Leeds University.


Mark Devine was arrested on a bus as he travelled home from the break-in thanks to tracking software on a mobile phone he had stolen.


Leeds Crown Court heard Devine, 40, had been released from prison just two weeks before he carried out the burglary at premises belonging to the university on November 2 this year.

He forced entry to a staff room in the mechanical engineering building before taking a camera and a charger.





 


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Sunday, 6 December 2015

New inquiry into toddler’s tragic heart failure death during Leeds children’s heart unit row

New inquiry into toddler’s tragic heart failure death during Leeds children’s heart unit row



A family’s quest for answers over the death of a toddler weeks after he was operated on at the height of the Leeds children’s heart surgery dispute reached the courtroom today.


Max James Haigh, from Scarborough, was just 14 months old when he died of heart failure 42 days after undergoing a complex procedure to treat his congenital heart problems on March 18 2013 – just a week before NHS England medical director Sir Bruce Keogh controversially suspended all children’s heart surgery in Leeds.


The unit’s closure was overturned two weeks later after it was deemed that data, suggesting high death rates in Leeds that led to the decision, was inaccurate.



 


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Saturday, 5 December 2015

Ram raid at same Leeds luxury car showroom where £900,000 super car was vandalised

Ram raid at same Leeds luxury car showroom where £900,000 super car was vandalised





A luxury car show room in Leeds has been ram raided – just weeks after a vandal attacked a £900,000 Bugatti Veyron super car.

Thieves used a silver VW Polo to smash through the glass front of Kahn Automobiles on Kirkstall Road near the city centre on Wednesday night.


Two masked men then broke into a glass case containing wrist watches and stole six watches before driving off towards Burley Road.


The exclusive Kahn-branded watches that were taken are only available directly from the company.

Their value is not known, but the company’s website lists its watches at prices from £299 to £2,000.

Friday, 4 December 2015

City Buzz: Coolest places to be in Leeds this weekend

City Buzz: Coolest places to be in Leeds this weekend

Want to find something different to do this weekend? Try these out.

ETSY CHRISTMAS MARKET AT LEEDS CITY MUSEUM


Popular online marketplace Etsy will host a special Christmas Market at Leeds City Museum on Sunday, December 6.

More than 35 local independent businesses have been handpicked for the event and will sell items from 11am to 4pm at the museum’s Brodrick Hall.

Workshops and talks will also be held.




 


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Thursday, 3 December 2015

Your Leeds United views: Is £5 meal charge pie in the sky ?

Your Leeds United views: Is £5 meal charge pie in the sky?


Just when it seemed things could not get much worse for Leeds United fans, the introduction of a ‘pie-tax’ has left many long-standing supporters questioning their attendance at Elland Road.

As exclusively revealed in your Yorkshire Evening Post, fans buying tickets for the South Stand for upcoming games will have to pay a £5 surcharge in exchange for a meal voucher.

That increases the price of a ticket for Saturday’s game against Hull City to £32 and the upcoming Preston game to £37.

However, Leeds claim: “The club is looking at ways to encourage our supporters to use the stadium’s facilities and catering offerings on matchdays.”



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