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Tom Duffy

Tom Duffy

Tom Duffy is a Sefton based news reporter. He has a track record of covering crime stories across Bootle, Litherland, Netherton and north Liverpool.

Aunt pays tribute to murder victim Wayne Lowe

His brother Mark, from Skelmersdale, was charged with his murder last week

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Aunt pays tribute to murder victim Wayne Lowe

His brother Mark, from Skelmersdale, was charged with his murder last week

West Lancashire Brother's link to Liverpool gang revealed

Clarkes connected to criminals responsible for shootings and fire bombings across Liverpool

Break-ins threaten Skelmersdale businesses future

Around £250,000 has been stolen from Innox Trading Ltd in three weeks

Ormskirk man who lost his leg in a farming accident thanks neigbours

AN Ormskirk man who lost his leg in a farming accident has thanked his neighbours for saving his life.

Gangster Peter Clarke contacted drugs courier who was sat in the back of a police car after sting

Gangster Peter Clarke contacted drugs courier who was sat in the back of a police car after sting

GANGSTER Peter Clarke phoned a drug dealer who was sat in the back of a police car after being caught with a £3m cocaine haul in Tarleton.

Southport gangster was on a cocaine bender when police raided his home

GANGSTER Paul Lawler was “off his trolley” after a heavy cocaine session when police raided his West Lancashire home.

Masterchef star Jay Tinker discussed drugs

Masterchef star Jay Tinker discussed drugs

MASTERCHEF star Jay Tinker was recorded by police talking to violent gangster Stephen Clarke about the supply of class A drugs.

Professional thieves steal two Scania trucks from Burscough business

ORGANISED criminals stole two trucks worth a total of £180,000 from a Burscough transport company.

Stroke victim Andy Davies thanks the Burscough community for their fundraising

BRAIN stroke victim Andy Davies has thanked the Burscough community after two events raised £12,000 for him.

Scarisbrick residents raise objections to wind turbine proposal

Scarisbrick residents raise objections to wind turbine proposal

A PLAN to build two wind turbines of up to 121ft high at Scarisbrick Marina has been criticised by residents and business representatives.