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Update: Man charged after police chase car in Newmarket which failed to stop for officers

PUBLISHED: 09:26 24 March 2014 | UPDATED: 11:38 25 March 2014

The 13-year-old children were walking along Bridewell Street in Clare when a man in a medium-sized four-door black car pulled in to a lay-by nearby, opened a car door and asked them to get in.

The 13-year-old children were walking along Bridewell Street in Clare when a man in a medium-sized four-door black car pulled in to a lay-by nearby, opened a car door and asked them to get in.

A man has been charged following a police pursuit in Newmarket where a car failed to stop for officers.

Darren Thurling, aged 38 years from Duck Lane, Haddenham, Ely in Cambridgeshire has been charged with taking a motor vehicle without the owner’s consent and without insurance and driving without a licence. The vehicle, a Volvo had been taken from an address in Soham on Sunday.

It failed to stop for officers in Hamilton Road, Newmarket at around 12.45am on Monday, but was later stopped in the village of Horringer when three people arrested.

A 32-year-old man from Ely in Cambridgeshire, who was arrested on suspicion of driving with excess alcohol and dangerous driving has been bailed to return to the Bury St Edmunds Police Investigation Centre on 30 April 2014.

No further action will be taken against a 31-year-old woman also from Ely who was arrested on suspicion of theft.

Thurling will appear at Cambridge Magistrates’ Court on 9 April 2014.

A damning dossier compiled by a senior whistleblower from the region’s ambulance trust has claimed at least 40 patients died or were harmed due to delays over Christmas and New Year - including one person who froze to death.

A senior whistleblower within the region’s ambulance trust has claimed up to 80 people could have died or come to harm because of delays over the Christmas and New Year period.

A toddler has been rushed to hospital with a fractured skull after a serious crash in Barningham this morning.

A prolific shoplifter’s 148th offence was exposed by a price tag hanging from his clothing.

Refugee and asylum seeking women living in Suffolk say getting to grips with the English language is one of the biggest challenges they face.

Education bosses in Westminster have unveiled a detailed multi-million pound plan to turn around Ipswich’s education fortunes, as ministers vow not to leave Ipswich behind.

A century ago, in December 1917, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, one of the most famous residents of Aldeburgh, died, writes Dr Lucy Harvard.

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