Five key stories you should read this morning
- Credit: Gary STEDMAN
Check below for five stories you should have on your radar as the day gets underway.
One man sustained a serious head injury in what is believed to be a targeted attack involving two men in Shillitoe Close, Bury St Edmunds.
Police are now searching for another man, who is thought to have suffered a stab injury.
A significant portion of workers across Suffolk and Essex are claiming Universal Credit as they struggle to make ends meet on low wages.
In Colchester, nearly half of all claimants were in work – one of the highest percentages in Britain.
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People living in Suffolk and north Essex witnessed a spectacular but unexpected display from the Red Arrows yesterday evening.
The RAF Red Arrows were due to soar over Ipswich at approximately 6.42pm, but they arrived slightly earlier.
- 1 Photos of suspected stolen dogs released in bid to find owners
- 2 Theft of historic Royal Mail post boxes 'a worrying trend'
- 3 'We can look forward to the transfer window' - Cook on summer plans
- 4 Retailer to pay £60K after multiple food hygiene breaches in Sudbury store
- 5 Driver arrested after 12-year-old boy 'seriously injured' in crash
- 6 Dog walker in his 60s assaulted at Stour Valley beauty spot
- 7 New survey reveals Suffolk's property hotspots
- 8 Plans for new KFC and Starbucks refused
- 9 Large scratches left on cars all parked on same road overnight
- 10 Stephen Ward on play-offs belief, Cook's criticism and his future
Aaron Johnson, 34, who is serving a nine-year sentence for robbery, wounding and assault, was reported missing to police at 11.15pm on Friday night.
He was last seen in west London.
Paul Hirst’s team drew 1-1 with Villa, with the Blues arguably the better side.
Jonathan Kodjia gave the hosts the lead before Trevoh Chalobah superbly levelled, converting following a long throw from Jonas Knudsen.
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