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An Instagram account has been reported after footage emerged of a schoolboy being made to beg for his bicycle back after it was taken by bullies.

Social media users in Suffolk who use unregistered waste carriers could find themselves “accidental criminals” and fined £400, the Environment Agency has warned.

Cancer patients in west Suffolk can now sign up for free online exercise sessions thanks to a lottery-funded programme.

One safeguarding referral was made after police monitored flights coming into Stansted Airport to identify potential human trafficking victims.

Around 50 students are isolating at a Bury St Edmunds high school after one teacher and one member of support staff tested positive for Covid-19.

Thefts of catalytic converters in Suffolk have more than doubled since last year, new figures have revealed.

A retired Ipswich businessman has been left feeling “totally numb” after thieves stole a treasured coin collection worth thousands of pounds from his home.

A total of 58 pupils at a Bury St Edmunds primary school are isolating after a member of staff tested positive for Covid-19.

A Lavenham woman braved the shave this weekend to raise more than £3,000 for her nephew’s eight-year-old son who suffers from a rare incurable illness.

Fraudsters have used coronavirus as a way of frightening people into transferring money or personal details, Suffolk Trading Standards has warned.

People should speak to their neighbours who are breaking rule of six limits first before reporting them, the assistant chief constable of Suffolk police has said.

Firefighters battled a garden fire in Dedham after embers in an incinerator set a shed alight.

Police have released two CCTV images after a four-figure sum of cash was stolen from an 82-year-old woman in a distraction theft.

A man who said he sexually assaulted a schoolgirl because he wasn’t getting sex from his wife and a man who flouted a court order banning him from contacting his ex-partner were jailed this week.

A drunk woman who breached an order by making a 999 call from her home without an emergency has been fined in court.

A man has denied drug-related charges and will appear at the crown court next month.

Dog owners in Suffolk are being warned not to get complacent by a senior rural police officer following more thefts in neighbouring counties.

Two drivers caught speeding on the A14 at more than 100mph during lockdown have both been banned from the road under the totting up procedure.

Detectives investigating the murder of a Suffolk teenager in 1999 have made “significant progress” since the case was reopened last year, police have revealed.

A Thetford father was stabbed five times by another man during a wrestling bout outside his home, a court has heard.

Two police officers who made “numerous” TikTok videos of themselves on duty and in uniform were found to have committed gross misconduct.

An American serviceman caught driving at more than three times the legal alcohol limit in Bury St Edmunds has been fined more than £1,000 in court.

A 21-year-old man who drove dangerously through the streets of Haverhill with “no regard for other road users” has avoided jail.

A woman accused of trying to bring cannabis and tobacco into a Suffolk jail will appear at the crown court next month.

A band roadie, a man who used a shop sign in an unprovoked attack, and a son who threatened to slash his mum’s throat are among those jailed in Suffolk this week.

A ban on persistent begging and street drinking in Clacton town centre has been extended for three years.

The human remains discovered in a Sudbury river last week belong to a man, a senior Suffolk police officer has confirmed.

The mother of missing teenager Luke Durbin has confirmed human remains discovered in a Sudbury river last week are not her son’s.

A Bury St Edmunds man accused of a string of historic sex offences including rape has appeared in court.

A man who admitted stealing fitness bags and clothing from a popular Bury St Edmunds health club during a burglary has avoided prison.

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