— Latest: Lincolnshire Police revealed what happened.

Police cordoned off two international shops on lower Lincoln High Street after an incident overnight between November 27-28.

Both of the shops are at/near the junction with Peel Street.

A police car with an officer guarding the scene are in place outside each of the premises.

A second store is cordoned off with a police officer at the scene. | Photo: The Lincolnite

— Lincolnshire Police have been contacted and this story will be updated with more details later.

An impressive six bedroom, three storey house in Stamford that comes with a home gym has been put on the market for an eye-watering £2.5 million.

The property at 51 Casterton Road has a long driveway for maximum privacy and is just minutes from Stamford town centre.

It stands at three storeys high, has six bedrooms, all with en-suites, five bathrooms and even a state of the art home gym.

The garden area is picturesque and private. | Photo: Rightmove

There is also a triple garage by the large driveway and a dual aspect drawing room that comes with a traditional log burner.

All of this won’t come cheap though, with estate agents King West valuing the property at £2.5 million, calculating at monthly repayments of £9,981.

It was sold in 2016 for £1.6 million, with almost £1,000,000 being added to that value in just four years.

Let’s take a look inside:

A crystal clear modern looking kitchen with Silestone countertops. | Photo: Rightmove

The dining room has plenty of natural light coming from the bifold doors. | Photo: Rightmove

Open plan kitchen/living/dining area has a sweeping staircase with glass banisters leading upstairs. | Photo: Rightmove

The bright mezzanine snug area is at the top of the staircase. | Photo: Rightmove

Dual aspect drawing room which can also be used as a lounge area. | Photo: Rightmove

The large boot room leads out to the driveway. | Photo: Rightmove

Another snug/living area. | Photo: Rightmove

It even has its own state of the art home gym. | Photo: Rightmove

All six bedrooms boast plenty of space. | Photo: Rightmove

One of the five bathrooms the property has. | Photo: Rightmove

View the full listing on the Rightmove website.

A woman was found dead by Louth Canal on Friday morning, but the death is not being treated as suspicious.

Lincolnshire Police were called to the canal on Cowslip Lane, along with other emergency services, at 7.36am on November 27, where the body of a woman was found.

The woman is understood to be in her 50s and from the Louth area, according to Grimsby Live.

A police cordon was put in place in the area around Cowslip Lane between Louth and Keddington village.

A Lincolnshire Police spokeswoman said: “The body of a woman was found this morning. There are no suspicious circumstances and a file will be prepared for the coroner.”

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