Overcast

Overcast

max temp: 18°C

min temp: 10°C

Search

The pigs have arrived. See the latest

Pigs Gone Wild

news here.

Felixstowe: Appeal to help trace next of kin of Ivan Pearl who collapsed in Undercliff Road West, Felixstowe

13:41 30 January 2013

Undercliff Road West, Felixstowe.

Undercliff Road West, Felixstowe.

Archant

POLICE are today appealing for help to trace the next-of-kin of a 75-year-old man who died after collapsing in the street in Felixstowe.

Ivan Pearl fell and banged his head on a wall in Undercliff Road West about 11.30pm on Friday.

Despite desperate attempts to revive him, he later died in Ipswich Hospital.

A police spokeswoman said a post mortem had determined that Mr Pearl, who lived in Felixstowe, died from natural causes.

“However, police have been unable to locate his next of kin and are asking anyone who may have information about any relatives of Mr Pearl to get in touch with the coroner’s office at Ipswich,” she said.

■ Anyone who can help is asked to call the office by dialling 01473 613888 and asking for extension 3167.

0 comments

Traffic lights at Wherstead Road bridge caused chaos.

Network Rail’s top manager in East Anglia has issued an unreserved apology after engineers working for his company brought Ipswich town centre to a standstill on Thursday evening.

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101.

Help is needed to trace a man who approached a teenage girl as she walked home in Ipswich.

Faulkeners Way, in Trimley

Police want to trace a man with a blond quiff who pulled up alongside a 10-year-old boy in black panel van and spoke to him outside a play area in Trimley St Mary.

Gabriella Keating Fedders with her Pigs Gone Wild sculpture The Ham-Inator

The Pigs Gone Wild trail is live, opening up art to the public and a new generation as they wander round town spotting the elaborately decorated sculptures.

Borough councillor Richard Pope.

The emphasis of immigration during the last weeks of the referendum campaign has led to an increase in the amount of abuse being aimed a European workers on the streets of Suffolk, councillors in Ipswich have heard.

An Abellio Greater Anglia train.   Picture: James Bass

Disruption to train services between Ipswich and Cambridge is expected to last until 6pm.

100 year old football fan Joyce Fisher gets a visit from Ipswich Town Players Luke Chambers and Cole Skuse. Also pictured with niece and nephew Ann Snook and David Moss

A lifelong Ipswich Town fan was given the perfect 100th birthday present yesterday – two kitted-out Blues players.

Man in court on pornography charges

An Ipswich businessman has appeared in court charged with outraging public decency, making more than 15,000 indecent images of children and having extreme pornography.

A fire appliance outside Debenhams

Debenhams’ department store on Ipswich Cornhill was evacuated at lunchtime on Friday after a fire alarm was triggered in a light fitting.

Proposals are being put forward to build a school on the former BT depot site on Woodbridge Road in Ipswich.

A new primary school is being planned for Ipswich – and it is possible it could be built as soon as next year.

Most read

Most commented

HOT JOBS

Show Job Lists

Topic pages

Streetlife

Newsletter Sign Up

Great British Life

Great British Life
MyDate24 MyPhotos24