Horses head for Tesco
IT might not be what you expect to see considering the ongoing meat scandal, but four horses were spotted running towards a Plymouth supermarket.
Police were called to a report of the animals running in the road toward Tesco in Roborough yesterday morning.
Reports came in from the public just before 9am.
Acting Sergeant Ryan Canning said: "In the Roborough area of Plymouth, we had a report of four horses running in the road, in the general direction of a well known supermarket."
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They were gently guided into a nearby field and police were attempting to trace the owners.
A 'HOMEMADE' three-wheeled car was stopped on the A38 as it did 15mph along the busy dual carriageway.
The Tuk Tuk-type vehicle was about to break down accounting for its slow speed, said police.
Police received a call from a member of the public at 3.50pm yesterday afternoon saying they had seen a vehicle that looked like a cross between a mobility scooter and a motorbike travelling dangerously slowly towards Manadon from Marsh Mills on the A38.
The officer who attended the scene said the car appeared to be legal and was properly insured.
PEOPLE are being encouraged to take a first-aid course with the British Red Cross.
The charity will host a training course to teach participants what to do if someone is choking, unconscious or bleeding, and how to treat a burn or fracture.
The course takes place from 9am to 5pm on Thursday, February 28 at the British Red Cross office in Crownhill Road.
For more information, call 01392 353284.
A 60-year-old Ivybridge woman who had been missing since Sunday has been found.
Police had appealed for information after Rosalyn Stafford went missing from Filham in Ivybridge.
Police said she has since been found safe and well.
A COFFEE morning at a care home will raise money for St Luke's Hospice.
The event will take place at Manor Court in Efford from 2pm to 4pm on Friday, March 8.