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Kesgrave Shooting

The 15-year-old boy who was shot on his way to school last month remains in intensive care in hospital.

A teenager who was shot on Kesgrave’s Grange Farm estate while walking to school has regained consciousness in hospital.

A 15-year-old boy shot in Kesgrave two weeks ago remains in a critical condition in hospital, police have confirmed.

The 15-year-old boy who was shot in Kesgrave ten days ago remains in a critical condition in hospital, police have confirmed.

A 15-year-old boy remains in a critical condition in hospital one week after being shot in Kesgrave, police have confirmed.

A teenager shot in Kesgrave still remains in a critical condition in hospital, police have said.

Kesgrave High School has praised its students for their “exceptional” conduct in the aftermath of a horrific shooting in which a 15-year-old was left in a critical condition.

A teenager accused of shooting a Kesgrave High School pupil has made a second court appearance.

Officers from Suffolk police’s Kestrel team remain stationed outside Kesgrave High School to offer reassurance to pupils and their families following the shooting of a Year 11 pupil.

A 15-year-old boy has appeared in court after allegedly shooting a fellow schoolboy with a shotgun in Kesgrave.

It has shocked and saddened a community - but how did the Kesgrave shooting and subsequent police investigation unfold?

A teenager is due to appear in court this morning charged with attempted murder in connection with the Kesgrave shooting.

A day after a teenager was shot on the way to school in Grange Farm, Kesgrave, here are the latest developments into the shocking incident and subsequent police investigation.

Police have been given an extra 12 hours to question the boy arrested in connection with the Kesgrave shooting yesterday.

A weapon has been recovered by police in connection with an investigation into the shooting of a 15-year-old boy in Kesgrave.

A “long-barrelled gun” has been seized as part of the investigation into the shooting of a 15-year-old Kesgrave High School pupil.

Ipswich MP Tom Hunt has called for increased police funding in the wake of the Kesgrave shooting and a separate incident where a teenager was threatened with a knife in Colchester Road.

A police cordon remains in place around the scene where a Year 11 student was shot in Kesgrave.

A police presence will remain in Kesgrave to reassure parents after a Year 11 student from Kesgrave High School was shot in Grange Farm yesterday.

Police have confirmed that a teenager has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a 15-year-old was shot in Kesgrave.

Education secretary Gavin Williamson has said he is “shocked and sadddened” to hear about the shooting of a 15-year-old Kesgrave High School pupil.

Police have urged people to refrain from sharing images related to the shooting in Grange Farm, Kesgrave, on social media.

Police declared a major incident this morning after a teenage boy was reportedly shot in Kesgrave. Here’s what we know so far:

Police have arrested a teenager in connection with the shooting of a 15-year-old boy in Grange Farm earlier this morning.

A large police presence has been seen in an Ipswich road - which has been confirmed to be in connection with an earlier shooting in Kesgrave.

Kesgrave residents in Grange Farm have spoken of the moment they heard a gunshot in a serious incident on Monday morning.

Police have cordoned off parts of Grange Farm after a shooting, with Kesgrave High School confirming a pupil on the way to school was involved.

Police and an air ambulance have been called to a major incident in Kesgrave.

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