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Wednesday, 16 April 2014

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CARLISLE: Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was assaulted at a bus stop in the city.CARLISLE: Police are investigating after vandals damaged parts of the Chinese Gardens Rickerby Park, Carlisle, damaging roof tiles, daubing graffiti and kicking wooden doors.COCKERMOUTH: A generator was stolen from a large yellow portable cabin, which had its door forced open.ANNAN: A teenager has appeared in court accused of illegally possessing an air rifle and pellets.CARLISLE: Several sheds have been targeted in the Harraby area over the past few days. Police said a number of things had been stolen, including a Briggs and Stratton black and green lawnmower.

Bus stop assault

It happened at 9.25am yesterday in Brampton Road, Carlisle.

The 20-year-old victim escaped without injury but police are appealing for help tracing the alleged attacker. She is described as being a white female, about 5ft 2in tall and 20 years old with long died black hair to her waist. She was driving a silver Renault Clio.

Anyone with information should call police on 101.

It happened in a lay-by off the A594, between Dovenby and Dearham, between 5pm last Friday and 10am on Wednesday. Anyone with information should call police on 101.

Damian Patterson, 18, of Broom Crescent, Newbie near Annan, pleaded not guilty to committing the offence in Port Street, Annan, on Thursday.

He also denied driving a vehicle which was a danger to others with a damaged and deformed wheel and for being in possession of a baseball bat in Port Street, Annan.

Trial was fixed for February by Dumfries Court.

Anyone with information is asked to call 101.


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