An appeal to identify and commemorate Croydon s post World War II fallen heroes has been launched. Those killed in active service up to World War II are commemorated by name in Croydon, but those who died in the years since are not.
Asda in Wallington, as well as several businesses and homes, have been evacuated due to a major gas leak on the Croydon and Sutton border. Beddington Lane has been cordoned off by police after a digger reportedly ruptured a gas main shortly after 12.30pm on Thursday (August 15) , causing around 450 people to be evacuated.
The way Croydon Council looks after children in its care has been a matter of controversy in recent years.Two years ago the council apos;s Children apos;s Services department was rated apos;Inadequate apos;.
On Thursday, Sept. 20, the Metropolitan Police in South London, England announced that they were dropping the case of the alleged Croydon Cat Killer citing a lack of evidence. The case has been a topic of debate since it was opened in 2015 following the mysterious deaths of many cats in the area. By 2018, residents had found nearly 500 mutilated cats, prompting some to believe that the case s closing is premature.
London Victoria station has been evacuated.Passengers first reported having to leave the busy train station at about 7.30pm on Thursday (May 31).
It #39;s thought around 400 cats and small animals have been slaughtered by the attacker, who then leaves their bodies in plain sight to quot;horrify quot; people.Debbie and Steve Nicholson, from Portchester, discovered their beloved pet had been violently killed in their garden overnight.
Urgent product recalls have been issued due to safety concerns about cushions, cheesecake and sweets by top retailers Primark, Waitrose and Marks amp; Spencer.The high street retailers have been forced to pull the products off their shelves as they could be unsafe for consumers.
Police have arrested a man in connection with a number of brutal cat killings sparking belief that the Croydon cat killer may finally have been caught.The 31 year old, who has not been named, was detained in relation to several cat mutilations, killings and arsons, this week.
The suspect was detained in connection with cat mutilations and arson
A 31 year old man has been arrested over a string of gruesome cat deaths as police probe whether the attacks are linked to the 'Croydon cat killer'.Five cats were found mutilated and killed in Northampton between August and November last year.
Police have arrested a man in connection with a number of cat deaths in Northampton, which were being linked to the Croydon Cat Killer.Five cats were mutilated and killed in Northampton between August and November 2017.
Police are hunting the killer who has been described as a "psychopath ", and kills the animals with a blunt force, before mutilating them with a sharp implement.The attacker was first dubbed the Croydon cat killer, because it is believed the killings started in the south London area in around October 2015.
A family cat who was found with open wounds and almost fully decapitated is feared to be the latest victim of the 'M25 Cat Killer;.Father of four Simon Vine said their three year old ginger cat, Millie, was discovered by a neighbour.
Father of four Simon Vine, 51, says his children and partner were hysterical ” after a neighbour discovered their much loved pet near the family home on Hayling Island, Hampshire, last Sunday morning.
We are part of the Trust ProjectA mum has given birth to a health baby boy at Waterloo train station, after telling a train guard she was going to have the baby minutes after her train arrived.
The Croydon cat killer has started mutilating rabbits and police fear he could end up progressing to injuring people.The twisted killer believed to have slaughtered almost 400 animals has been linked to the brutal death of five rabbits.
Snarl released a description of the main suspect thought to be responsible for as many as 250 cat murders and mutilations a few weeks ago. Since then, they have been inundated with tip offs from concerned members of the public who think they might know the man responsible.