There are growing concerns for Stuart Glanville who has been missing for nearly two weeks.
Stuart, 50, was last seen outside of the Spar shop in Heathfield on Sunday 17 November. When he was last seen Stuart was wearing a backpack, coat and trousers. He also wears a leg brace on his right leg and walks with the aid of two crutches. Stuart is regarded as a vulnerble adult.
If anyone has seen Stuart or has any information regarding his current whereabouts then please contact the police on 101 quoting police reference 523 281113.
Devon will be getting its first specialised pollution protection vehicle next week (22 October). The vehicle, known as an Environmental Protection Unit (EPU), is specially equipped to handle a number of environmental emergencies such as fuel and chemical spills. It is the first of four Mercedes Sprinter vehicles to be unveiled by Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue service and The Environment Agency. The vehicles are part of a national project to supply fire and rescue services with the equipment necessary to protect the UK from large-scale pollution incidents. The Environmental Agency’s...
More people with care needs are choosing to use money allocated to them by the Council, through personal budgets, to pursue hobbies and interests or access local activities, groups and clubs than attend Council-run day centres.
The numbers of people accessing day centres in Devon have fallen by nearly 66% since 2005. Some of the Council’s day centres now have just a small number of attendees, and service users and carers are telling the Council that it needs to modernise.
Members of Devon County Council's Cabinet will propose at its meeting next week (Wednesday 9 October)...
Police are appealing for information following a large barn fire near Newton Abbot. The incident took place at around 10.30pm on Thursday at Rydon Farm, East Ogwell. The barn was an equestrian livery yard which housed 35 horses. One horse died during the fire, whilst three others were rescued by the Fire Service. Police are making enquiries into the cause of the fire. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Police on 101, quoting reference JN/13/2453.
A 33 year old woman, Teresa Rylands, has been charged with the murder of a Neil Mitchell, a 48 year old man. This is in connection with an incident at an address in Newton Abbot on the 13th August 2013. She has been remanded in police custody and will appear at Torbay Magistrates Court in the morning, on the 29th August 2013.
Police investigating the theft of two mid-15th century medieval panels from a Devon church are appealing for information nationally. Police believe the panels (pictured) were taken from The Holy Trinity Church in Torbryan, Newton Abbot sometime between Friday 2 August and Friday 9 August. A third panel was also damaged. According to the Churches Conservation Trust the Torbryan screen is one of the most important examples of its kind in the country and is of national interest. The concern is that the panels could be resold and even exported internationally. Even though some of the panels...