Suffolk puts cash into drug driving fight

Suffolk Police has stepped up its drug driving campaign with a £120,000 investment in drug wipes.

Police urge residents to be cautious following a distraction burglary in Newmarket yesterday

Police warning about distraction burglaries in Newmarket

Police are warning residents to be alert following a distraction burglary in Newmarket.

Police seek witnesses after robbery at mobile takeaway van

Two men in court charged with Burwell Co-op raid

Two men were due in court in Leicester this morning charged with burglary at Burwell’s North Street Co-op on Wednesday and a number of other ATM machine raids.

The victims son said that he saw footage of the couple laughing at his mothers expense

Couple jailed for neglect of Ely pensioner

A husband and wife who were caught on camera throwing an 88-year-old Ely woman around ‘like a sack of potatoes’ have been jailed for six months.
A National Police Air Service helicopter joined the search

Police dogs and chopper search for missing driver after Lakenheath crash

Police dogs and a helicopter were called in to search for the driver of a car found crashed in Lakenheath early this morning.

Joe Ebsworth, 30, of Churchill Court, Newmarket, was sentenced to 20 weeks prison

Newmarket man jailed and fined for string of motoring offences

A 30-year-old Newmarket man has been jailed for motoring offences in the town.

Mildenhall Kingsway zebra crossing

Picture Mark Westley

Updated: Car failed to stop after crossing collision with girl in Mildenhall

Police have renewed their appeal for witnesses after a teenaged girl was knocked out in collision with a car on a new zebra crossing in Mildenhall.


Man who stabbed girl in Lakenheath detained under Mental Health Act

A man who stabbed a schoolgirl in Lakenheath has been detained under the Mental Health Act.

Raymond Daly

Lakenheath man jailed for sexually assaulting girl as she slept

A Lakenheath man has been jailed for 18 months for sexually assaulting a young girl while she slept.

Lakenheath Primary School

Parents angry school took a week to tell them about contaminated milk

Parents have taken children out of Lakenheath Primary School after two bottles of milk were contaminated with cleaning products.

Annemarie Gray with her guide dog Diamond who was attacked by another dog on a bus.

Picture Mark Westley

Mildenhall guide dog attack leaves blind Brandon pensioner sick with fear

A blind woman has appealed for people who saw her guide dog being attacked on a bus to come forward.

Lakenheath Primary School has taken precautions after cleaning products were put into opened bottles of milk

Lakenheath school finds cleaning products in its milk

The vigilance of staff at Lakenheath Primary School stopped milk that had been tampered with being used.

Police have found the missing 13-year-old from Dullingham

Dullingham teenager missing for a week found safe

A 13-year-old boy from Dullingham who was reported missing last week has been found 'alive and well'.

Mildenhall bus station where the guide dog was attacked

Police appeal after guide dog attacked in Mildenhall

Police are appealing for the owner of a dog that attacked a guide dog in Mildenhall last month to come forward.

Oxford Crown Court

Beck Row carer jailed for neglect

A carer has been jailed after she refused to let other care staff into a house where a pensioner she was looking after was injured.

Scam alert issued

‘HMRC’ phone scam warning for Mildenhall and Newmarket

Telephone scammers pretending to be from the tax man have been targeting homes in the Newmarket and Mildenhall areas.

A police search team dwarfed by the Milton landfill cell in which they have already sifted through 8,500 tonnes of rubbish

Police deny claim Corrie landfill search based on details that were ‘not correct’

Missing airman Corrie McKeague’s mum Nicola Urquhart claimed the police search at the landfill has now been widened because it was initially based on evidence which was ‘not correct’.


Police warning after paedo sting near Mildenhall

Police have warned paedophile vigilantes they could undermine investigations after a group staged a ‘sting’ near Mildenhall.

Suffolk PCC Tim Passmore, left, with Minister of State for Policing and
the Fire Service Nick Hurd

Suffolk Police ability to keep community safe ‘in jeopardy’ says PCC

Suffolk Police’s ability to keep the community safe is in jeopardy if it does not get more money, the county’s police and crime commissioner has said.

Police accident sign

Death of road worker at Lidgate was breach of H&S law

Two civil engineering companies will be sentenced later this year after admitting breaches of health and safety legislation following the death of a worker on a road in west Suffolk.

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