NORWICH — The Norfolk Constabulary launched a car-seat safety awareness campaign Monday that will run through Sept. 18, according to the agency’s Web site.
The campaign will focus on ensuring parents are properly securing children in age- and size-appropriate safety seats, according to the Norfolk Constabulary.
Constables will be issuing 30-pound ($55) fines to offenders.
For more information on the campaign, visit www.norfolk.police.uk.
Authorities renewing call for help in search for missing studentCAMBRIDGE — Cambridgeshire authorities are again asking for the public’s help in locating a 17-year-old female Chinese student.
Mei Di was last seen on June 8 near Round Church Street in Cambridge wearing a light blue T-shirt under a white short-sleeved top with light-colored pants and light blue tennis shoes.
She may have carried a dark backpack, according to the Cambridgeshire Constabulary’s Web site. Di has a mole on the top of her nose.
Anyone with information about Di is urged to call the Parkside Police Station at 0845 456 4564.
Man and woman asking for cigarettes take wallet from elderly man’s homePETERBOROUGH — Cambridgeshire authorities are reminding the elderly to be wary of a man-and-woman con team after a 71-year-old man fell victim to their basic but fruitful ruse.
Last Thursday, a man knocked on the victim’s door saying his mother had just died and he needed a cigarette, according to a Cambridgeshire Constabulary news release.
A woman soon followed at the door, also asked for a cigarette and then joined her partner in the victim’s house.
The two quickly disappeared with the man’s wallet, which held about 600 pounds ($1,100), according to the Cambridgeshire Constabulary.
Authorities advise people not to allow strangers into their home.