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An Ipswich bar manager who was assaulted by her former partner when she was 25 weeks pregnant is today backing an international campaign to end male violence against women.
Police have officially stood down their response to an incident in central London.
Two children witnessed a man committing a lewd act in an Ipswich park, police have revealed.
Witnesses are being sought after cash and jewellery were stolen during a daytime burglary in Capel St Mary.
A member of the public helped to break up a fight in Felixstowe which lead to two men being arrested for assault.
A property developer claims he is owed tens of thousands of pounds by a builder who disappeared midway through his project.
Drivers in south Suffolk are warned to be vigilant as police investigate reports of more than 10 thefts from vehicles in less than two weeks.
Police have released a description of a suspect after an elderly man was assaulted in Alderman Road park after the Ipswich Town match last night.
The trial of a Suffolk man accused of locking a woman in his home before allegedly raping her has been adjourned until tomorrow due to a juror being unwell.
A woman who claims she was sexually assaulted by a former Ipswich man around two decades ago when she was a schoolgirl has denied making up the allegations.
“We can’t go on like this.”
A 52-year-old Ipswich man banned from entering the town centre for three years will now spend several weeks behind bars.
Murder, rape and drug driving offences are among more than 200 cases in Suffolk and Norfolk where convictions could be jeopardised due to suspected manipulation of forensic evidence.
Ram-raiders smashed through the doors of a Halstead supermarket in the early hours of this morning and stole a cash machine.
A teenager has been left “shaken” after she was sexually assaulted by a man in broad daylight in Ipswich.
Each week we look at the crimes committed in Ipswich. If you have information that could help solve any of these offences, please call Suffolk Constabulary on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.