Police are looking to identify a man who may have been involved in the assault of a taxi driver in Wainfleet last month.

At around 9.15pm on May 2, a taxi driver was assaulted on the A52 Skegness Road in Wainfleet.

The assault caused injuries to the taxi driver’s tongue and jaw, and CCTV images of the man allegedly involved have now been released.

Other police attempts to identify the man have so far proven unsuccessful, so a public appeal has been put out on June 18.

If you know who he is or have any information about the incident, call 101 and quote incident 548 of May 2.

Alternatively, you can email [email protected] and use the same incident reference in the subject box.

Update at 6.36pm: She has now been found. Lincolnshire Police said: “Thank you to all who supported our appeal.”

Police are appealing to find a missing 29-year-old woman from Wainfleet who was last spotted driving her car.

Stacey Jackson, 29, was wearing a long black coat with leather sleeves when she was last seen driving her blue Ford Focus (registration CK54 WDX) at 2.37pm on Monday.

She was driving on John Wesley Close in Wainfleet and police are looking for her to ensure she is safe and well.

Stacey has been described as white, 5ft 6ins tall with brown hair tied in a bun.

If you have seen Stacey or her vehicle, or may know where she is, call 101 and quote incident 279 of May 10.

Police are investigating an arson attack at a pub in Wainfleet over the weekend, but fortunately nobody was seriously injured in the incident.

Lincolnshire Police were called to the Barkham Arms pub just before 9.50pm on Saturday, November 7 after reports of a door at the premises being set alight.

Investigating officers are working with the fire service as part of the enquiry, which is being treated as an arson with intent to endanger life.

Police are appealing for information and witnesses and anyone who could assist the enquiry should contact them on 101 or via email at [email protected] quoting incident 470 of November 7.

Alternatively, it can be reported through the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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