Police called by Waitrose arrest young woman in nearby car park on suspicion of stealing two bottles of single malt Scotch worth £178.
'Erratic' motorist hit other driver's wing mirror and threatened "I'll find out where you live... I'm going to come and do you."
Elsenham WI crafters produce toys and gifts to sell and use the proceeds to make items for newborns at The Rosie maternity unit in Cambridge.
The female thief distracted staff at FJ Zelley and then left the store without paying for the valuable item of jewellery.
Cash belonging to three residents of epilepsy centre St Elizabeth’s was taken from a handbag on the back of a wheelchair in The Works.
A jewel-encrusted ivory cane believed to be a gift from Napoleon Bonaparte to a trusted general is going under the hammer at Sworders in Stansted
An office prank turned into a four-day search by commuters to reunite a City broker with his wallet, cards and cash.
Two men were asking about buying an iPhone when two others came in and accused one of them of stealing from a girlfriend.
Theft happened at Church Street doctors' surgery where handbag was left unattended in an unlocked office.
Stallholders were hanging onto their gazebos and a choir performed in the rain as townsfolk battled on with the first fayre since lockdown.
On the three weekends leading up to Christmas, Round Tablers will be touring estates, spreading festive cheer and collecting for local causes.
Officers found a knife covered by leaves in a hide off Anchor Street in Stortford and a metal pole hidden in St Mary's churchyard in Sawbridgeworth.
The Essex Association of Local Councils has been asked to mediate between the parish council and Cllr Paul Davies over his allegation of bullying.
The event on Saturday (Nov 27) runs 2pm to 9pm at village and memorial halls, plus choir singing carols, food market and Scouts' mulled wine.
Two women filled bags with 12 L.O.L Surprise balls and two Paw Patrol toy sharks, one of which was recovered at the scene.
The culprit is caught on CCTV pulling down a trellis, lights and flowers on the outside of Coffee House in South Street.
Donate a toy this Christmas to help make it "extra special" for families in need, says Uttlesford's MP
Woman, 82, lost £500 in distraction theft at Lloyds cashpoint while man paying to park in Causeway had card stolen and £1,000 taken from his account.
St Clare Hospice has used funding from the BBC charity to set up specialist bereavement groups for children and young people.
The Stansted schoolboy smashed his target to raise more than £2,000 for Cancer Research in memory of his two grandmothers.