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Lancashire Telegraph
Police launch manhunt after masked thieves steal £250,000 worth of mobile phonesDETECTIVES are hunting three masked thieves who broke into a distribution centr
Police launch manhunt after masked thieves steal £250,000 worth of mobile phones
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
DETECTIVES are hunting three masked thieves who broke into a distribution centre and stole £250,000 of mobile phones. A total of 170 iPhone 6s phones and 380 Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo phones were stolen from Exertis UK Ltd which is based on Altham... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
'Evolution is not a fact’ - school headteacher slammed after controversial social media postA FAITH school leader has been criticised after saying ‘evolution is not a fact
'Evolution is not a fact’ - school headteacher slammed after controversial social media post
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
A FAITH school leader has been criticised after saying ‘evolution is not a fact’ on a social media post. The tweet by Christina Wilkinson, who is headteacher at St Andrew’s CE Primary School in Oswaldtwistle, has since been removed and the account... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
'We've done nothing wrong' - Teachers and police respond to 'terrorist house' 'overreaction'THE father of a 10-year-old boy reported to police after mistakenly writing he
'We've done nothing wrong' - Teachers and police respond to 'terrorist house' 'overreaction'
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
THE father of a 10-year-old boy reported to police after mistakenly writing he lived in a 'terrorist' rather than 'terraced' house is demanding an apology from the school. The 48-year-old driver was 'shocked' when he returned to their Accrington... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Businessman forced to hide as gang armed with machetes, bats and knives rampage through storeA BUSINESSMAN was forced to hide after a gang of men armed with machetes, bats
Businessman forced to hide as gang armed with machetes, bats and knives rampage through store
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted a month ago
A BUSINESSMAN was forced to hide after a gang of men armed with machetes, bats and knives rampaged through his store. The hooded-gang burst into Vine Mill in Oswaldtwistle at 4.30am yesterday as the owner John Paxton worked in his office. Hearing... Read more

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