Coronavirus: Lack of social distancing sees patrols stepped up in north Shrewsbury

Shropshire Council and West Mercia Police officers are stepping up patrols around the north Shrewsbury area following reports of people not social distancing.

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Coronavirus: Lack of social distancing sees patrols stepped up in north Shrewsbury

Shropshire Council and West Mercia Police officers are stepping up patrols around the north Shrewsbury area following reports of people not social distancing.
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Two arrested in south Shropshire as part of rural crime initiative

Two men have been arrested in south Shropshire after police carried out an initiative aimed at making rural communities safer.

Woman suffers suspected carbon monoxide poisoning

A woman suffered suspected carbon monoxide poisoning at a property in South Shropshire on Saturday evening.
The search was carried out following reports a man had been seen in the water near the Castle Walk footbridge

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