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Residents of Ipswich’s Westgate Ward are being urged to embrace different cultures in an effort to build a community spirit in one of the most deprived areas in Suffolk.

A driver could be facing a ban and having his licence endorsed with 99 points after allegedly being caught speeding on the Orwell Bridge 11 times in just 25 days.

A woman who lured her former fiance to a secluded path where he was savagely beaten by her controlling ex-lover and a student has today been jailed for life.

Two teenage girls from Essex who were reported missing on Monday have been found “safe” in Ipswich today.

Reports have said their were one or two attackers, who were wielding “Kalashnikov” style weapons and shot at a police car.

Detectives have arrested a second man on suspicion of assisting an offender after a man was stabbed on Dogs Head Street in Ipswich in the early hours of Friday, April 7.

Jury deliberations in the trial of four Ipswich men accused of taking it in turns to rape a vulnerable 15-year-old girl began today.

Firefighters and police are at the scene of a car fire on the A14, near Bucklesham.

A defendant appearing at Ipswich Crown Court today allegedly removed a piece of glass from the dock and threatened staff.

A man who cleaned his 82-year-old grandmother’s bank account out of £11,000 to fund his gambling addiction has been given a suspended jail term.

A police officer was taken to hospital this afternoon after his marked BMW was in a collision while on the way to help colleagues who arrested four suspected drug dealers.

Coastguard teams in Essex rushed a man to Ipswich Hospital via helicopter this afternoon.

A 23-year-old with a history of domestic violence has been jailed after subjecting his latest partner to “vicious” assaults over a two-month period.

A hedgerow fire close to Christchurch Park yesterday is being treated by police as suspected arson.

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Crime Week 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.


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