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Man 'critical' after being found injured in Bradford

A man's seriously ill in hospital after being found injured in a Bradford street.

Sticker Lane

The man, believed to be in his late 20s or early 30s, was found opposite the JCT600 garage in Sticker Lane at about 22:55 on Friday.

Police say he was taken to hospital where his condition is now "critical".

Det Ch Insp Sharron Kaye, said: “At about 21:50 on Friday police received reports of a topless man in jogging bottoms walking in and out of traffic in Sticker Lane.

“Our inquiries suggest he was in Parsonage Road and Westbury Street at about 21:30, so we are keen to speak to anyone who might have seen him at that time.”

Missing Harrogate teenager believed to be in Leeds

A 16-year-old girl missing from Harrogate since last week is now thought to be in Leeds, say police.

Casey Ackerly
North Yorkshire Police

Officers say they're growing "increasingly concerned" for the welfare of Casey Ackerly (pictured), who it's thought has travelled to the Leeds area over the weekend after first going missing on Sunday 2 August.

The teenager is described as white, about 5ft 6ins tall and of slim build.

She has very long light brown hair and was last seen wearing a salmon pink coloured tracksuit and white trainers.

Anyone who knows where she is, or who sees her, is being asked to contact police.

Cyclist, 11, 'seriously injured' in Bradford collision

An 11-year-old cyclist is in hospital with "serious injuries" after colliding with a van in Bradford last night.

Hawes Avewnue junction

The male rider and a black Toyota Hiace collided at the junction of Hawes Avenue and Hawes Road about 20:55 last night, according to police.

The boy received urgent medical treatment and was taken to hospital where he remains, officers say.

Two children who were on bicycles at the scene when the collision happened are being asked to contact police.

Officers also want anyone else with information about the incident to come forward.