EAST HULL: A pony was stolen from wasteland by a woman wearing riding gear.
The brown and white pony, which had stitches on its muzzle, was on land off Poorhouse Lane, off Preston Road, when it was stolen between 7pm and 7.48pm on Monday, October 8.
A woman, accompanied by an elderly man, is believed to have entered the land and stolen the pony.
She was white, in her forties and was wearing a black and white top and jodhpurs.
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Anyone who may have information is asked to call Humberside Police on 101, quoting log 718 of October 8.
BROUGH: Hull West MP Alan Johnson has vowed to continue the fight for Brough aerospace jobs after defence firms BAE Systems and EADS ditched a planned merger.
The £28bn deal, which would have involved the French and German governments, was scrapped yesterday after days of political deadlock.
Mr Johnson said: "The major concern was obviously what effect this proposed merger would have on UK jobs. I doubt if it would have made much difference to Brough.
"The only attractive element was that it would reconnect BAE to the civil aerospace sector.
"David Davis and I will now get on with the task of trying to secure the long-term future of Brough as an aerospace manufacturing site."
Earlier this week Mr Davis, the MP for Haltemprice and Howden, wrote to the Prime Minister urging him to "think again" about supporting the merger.
EAST YORKS: Police are warning drivers not to leave valuable equipment in their vehicles after a spate of thefts at sports clubs.
In the last fortnight, Humberside Police officers have had several reports of thefts from cars and vans while the owner was inside East Riding sports clubs.
Sat-navs, mobile phones, wallets and laptops have been taken.
Visit www.humberside.police.uk for advice.