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As part of the ongoing investigations into the terrorist incident in Manchester on Monday night, the Prime Minister has announced that the independent Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC) have raised the UK threat level from ‘severe’ to ‘critical’.  As a result of this decision Operation Temperer will now be activated, alongside other established and tested plans, meaning that military personnel may now be deployed onto the streets under police command and control. 

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Theft, Plymouth

Date: 07-Apr-2017
Time: 12.45pm
Location: Plymouth Road
Area: Plymouth

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Police would like to identify this woman in connection with the theft of an evening gown from a bridal shop in Plymouth.

The theft happened at Amica Bridal Boutique, Plymouth Road, Crabtree, around 12.45pm on Friday 7 April.

A woman entered the store and selected the £340 floor-length dress, rolled it up and concealed it under her coat before leaving without paying.

Police are investigating the theft and asking for the public's help to identify the woman pictured. Anyone who recognises her is asked to contact police.

Crime no: CR/025911/17
Officer no: 1354

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