Squirrels in Lincoln were captured having fun with cameras, radios and even miniature shopping trollies.

Colin Bradding, a local photographer, went to Hartsholme Park in the city to capture some footage of the wildlife there, but he found himself even closer than usual to the creatures.

Squirrels were climbing onto his camera lens, exploring the portable radio he brought, and even pushing a tiny shopping trolley with nuts in it.

Why won’t this thing tune! | Photo: Colin Bradding

Trying to get the right angle. | Photo: Colin Bradding

Stay still while I focus the camera. | Photo: Colin Bradding

Just need to check this is still working okay. | Photo: Colin Bradding

Yep, working fine, back to work I go! | Photo: Colin Bradding

A quick snack break. | Photo: Colin Bradding

You can see more of Colin’s work on his Facebook page here.

Scunthorpe United’s first team manager Neil Cox and his assistant Mark Lillis will miss Tuesday night’s game away against Cheltenham at 6pm over fears of coronavirus.

Mark is awaiting the results of a coronavirus test.

Neil is showing no symptoms, but due to coming into close contact with his assistant he will also have to self-isolate as the club continues to allow Public Health England and EFL guidelines and protocols.

Under-23s manager Russ Wilcox will take charge of the team until Neil and Mark are able to return to their duties.

The League Two club said: “Normally we’d receive the test results within 24 to 48 hours, but because of a backlog in that process the club has been told it may be a wait of up to five days.”

Scunthorpe also confirmed that one of their players has tested positive for COVID-19, but asked that his “request for privacy and confidentially are respected at this time”.

Due to coming into close contact with that player, another member of the squad will also have to self-isolate.

Police believe the shooting in Scunthorpe on Monday evening was a targeted attack.

Humberside Police Officers were called at 11.43pm on October 19 by paramedic staff following reports that a man had been shot in an incident on Dale Street.

It has since been revealed that the victim is a 26-year-old man, who is being treated in hospital where he is a serious but stable condition.

Two men were arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and remain in custody in connection with the shooting incident.

A number of crime scene investigators attended the scene. Forensic examinations have been taking place.

A forensic tent was placed over a Vauxhall Astra, while some residents reportedly said there was a problem with drugs in the area.

A police cordon was put in place, as well as a forensic tent over a car, on Dale Street in Scunthorpe.

A car with a “bullet hole” in a door has become the focus of the police investigation. The hole reportedly appears to have been made by a bullet that can be seen on the rear driver-side door, just above the handle.

Detective Chief Inspector Phil Gadd said: “Thankfully, this kind of incident is extremely rare in the area.

“We believe that this was a targeted attack and that there is no risk to the wider public, but I fully appreciate the impact it will have had on the local community and wider Scunthorpe area.

“You will see lots of our officers over the coming days, both as part of our ongoing investigation and to provide reassurance.

“If you have information that you think could assist our investigation, or you have any worries or concerns, please come and talk to us.

“If you don’t want to do it person, you can call our non-emergency 101 line, quoting log number 713 of October 19. If you’d rather not give your name, you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.”

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