Prohibited weapons: A Lincolnshire man has been sentenced to five years in prison after weapons, ammunition and firearms were discovered in Lincoln and Market Rasen.
Monday, August 3
Costs revealed: Despite a slight reduction in rural crime in Lincolnshire last year, criminals in remote areas cost the county almost £2 million in 2014.
Livestock swiped: Up to 300 sheep and 120 cattle have been stolen in a night time raid from a farm near Lincoln.
Friday, July 31
Break-ins: Police are appealing for information and witnesses after two Ford Transit vans were forced open in the Pride of Lincoln car park.
Watch the video: A man who appears to have been caught red handed during a van break-in in Lincoln now has a £100 reward over his head.
Blue light integration: Initial talks are underway to potentially merge the control centres and resources of police, fire and rescue and ambulance services in Lincolnshire.
Thursday, July 30
Bus fire: The A57 Gainsborough Road in Saxilby is closed after a double decker bus caught on fire.
Do you know him? Police are looking to identify the man pictured in relation to a report of harassment in Lincoln.
Appeal for witnesses: A flasher indecently exposed himself to three teenage boys at Birchwood Nature Reserve.
Teens found: Lincolnshire Police have confirmed that two teenage girls from Lincolnshire who had been reported missing this week have been found safe and well.
Wednesday, July 29
Missing teen: Police have issued an appeal to trace Lincoln teen Gabreale Sommerford, the second young girl reported missing in the county this week.
Change of use: The keys to a police office in a Lincoln village have been presented to the local parish council on a lease lasting for the next two decades.
Thefts warning: Police are seeking a group of young males after a spate of thefts from cars overnight in the North Hykeham area.
Missing again: Lincolnshire Police are appealing for information to help find 15-year-old Daisy Dale, who has gone missing for the second time in July.
Tuesday, July 28
Two fined: The first people prosecuted for ignoring Lincoln’s historic legal highs ban have been ordered to pay a total of £720 in court.