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A 22-year-old man has been arrested following Lakenheath armed robbery yesterday

16:50 27 February 2016

Police on Lakenheath High Street after an armed robbery on Lakenheath Pharmacy.

Police on Lakenheath High Street after an armed robbery on Lakenheath Pharmacy.

Police have arrested a man in connection with three armed robberies.

The man was being sought by officers in connection with an incident at a pharmacy in Lakenheath on February 26.

A 22-year-old man from the Mildenhall area was arrested at an address in Lakenheath on suspicion of a trio of armed robberies in the Suffolk and Cambridge area.

Police have taken the man into custody at Bury St Edmunds Police Investigation Centre.

NUT supporters at a strike rally in Ipswich in 2014

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Sylvia Stuart and her husband Peter Stuart. Photo Diss Express

A judgment on the extradition case against suspected Suffolk double murder suspect Ali Qazimaj is due to be made on Monday next week.

Lt Col John Clark MBE RE, CO 23 Parachute Engineer Regiment cuts the ribbon to open the new skate park at Rock Barracks, helped by Charlie Turner.

A new skate park near Woodbridge has been unveiled as part of ongoing efforts to strengthen links between the community and local armed forces families.

A14 (stock photo)

Three cars collided on the A14 westbound carriageway this morning, near Barrow.

The area of Clacton affected by the order

Residents who persistently beg, sleep in doorways and abuse alcohol could be fined £100 on the spot as part of a crackdown on anti-social behaviour in Clacton launching this week.

New automatic flood warning light installed at The Strood, Mersea Island

A light has been put up along The Strood, linking Mersea Island to the mainland, to stop drivers being caught out by the tide.

Behind the scenes at the Buttermarket in Ipswich. 
Stephen Sugg

Shoppers who claim Ipswich has lost a “pillar” after the Buttermarket’s glass entrance was torn down will be proved wrong when they see the new shopping centre.

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