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Suffolk police are appealing for witnesses and information after a van was stolen from Newmarket.
A second Instagram account launched under the identity of a convicted murderer has been removed from the social media site.
Long-serving and hard-working police officers were honoured at Suffolk Constabulary’s annual awards ceremony.
A village is in mourning following a tragic fire which claimed the life of a “pillar of the community”.
Motorists are being advised of delays as Suffolk police help to escort an abnormal load through the county.
An inquest into the death of a woman who died at a Copdock care home hours after being given the wrong medication has concluded that she died of natural causes.
A team of specialist officers from Suffolk Constabulary searched various areas of the town for weapons on Thursday, March 14 as part of a nationwide operation.
An Ipswich community has gathered in their hundreds to mourn the passing of Kia and Kamari Russell - singing a chorus of happy birthday on what would have been the youngster’s third birthday.
Suffolk police were called to Woodbridge Road in Ipswich this afternoon after a verbal altercation in a property.
A task force has been set up to improve support for people who have experienced childhood traumas in a bid to prevent long-term reliance on health services into adulthood.
A 17-year-old boy was left to call for his own ambulance after being stabbed in Ipswich, with police arresting and questioning five people in connection to the incident.
Staff at a family-owned convenience store have praised the community for their support after a man robbed the shop at knifepoint.
A man armed with a knife - with a pair of tights over his head - has robbed a Londis convenience store in a Suffolk town.
Police have raided properties in Suffolk today to try and seize drugs as they continue to target ‘county lines’ gangs.
Work to build a multi-million pound new public services hub in Mildenhall – which will combine education, health and leisure facilities on one site – will begin this month.
Suffolk serial killer Steve Wright has been linked to the murder of another woman in the county by a former police officer.
A forensic scientist from Bury St Edmunds has been awarded a prestigious fellowship which will see her travel the world to research the recovery of fingerprints in cold cases.
A Bury St Edmunds charity’s campaign encouraging the public not to give money to people on the streets is helping a former homeless man back into education.
Suffolk police are to invest in new equipment to ensure that HGV operators follow road safety rules.
Part of a leisure centre car park in Sudbury is currently not in use after travellers pitched up over the weekend.
A new mental health response team which aims to support high-risk patients in Ipswich and Bury St Edmundsk is to be launched in Suffolk after funding was agreed.
A Suffolk police officer who has served on the front line for 17 years has spoken of his heartbreak at explaining his bloody noses, black eyes and broken bones to his young family.
The ex-detective in charge of investigating cold cases hopes to review all forensic evidence in a push to find the killer of a young mother 30 years on.
Suffolk police are appealing for witnesses after a car was damaged in Felixstowe by vandals using expanding foam.
A man has been arrested after a shopkeeper was allegedly threatened at knifepoint and robbed in Ipswich.
A striking poster campaign has been launched in Ipswich to spread awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking.
A shopkeeper was threatened with a knife in a terrifying robbery at a newsagent’s in Ipswich.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a burglary in which thieves stole collectable coins.
Drivers may finally be getting the message, Suffolk’s crime chief has said as the number of motorists snapped speeding on the Orwell Bridge plunged to a three-year low.
Almost one in five first crimes committed by child offenders in Suffolk are drug-related, figures have revealed.
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