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Hollesley Bay: Wanted absconder arrested

Hollesley Bay absconder found.

Hollesley Bay absconder found.

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A prisoner who absconded from Hollesley Bay earlier this year has been recaptured in Hertfordshire.

Paul Oddysses, 49, was reported missing from the open prison to police on Saturday May 24.

He was arrested in Broxbourne on Thursday following a road stop-check and has today been charged with one count of robbery relating to an incident at a pub in Ware, Hertfordshire, on Bank Holiday Sunday August 24 and one count of taking a vehicle without consent in Broxbourne on Thursday.

Oddysses has been detained in police custody prior to a magistrates’ court appearance in Hertfordshire, after which he will be dealt with for absconding from the open prison.

During the past three months Suffolk Police have been liaising with counterparts in Essex, London and Hertfordshire in a bid to find him.

Suffolk Police thanked the media for their assistance in the investigation to find Oddysses during the past few months.

Ipswich and Suffolk Council for Racial Equality has launched a campaign called #SuffolkSolidarity, which is being supported by nine other organisations.

Do not let the fallout from the European Union vote damage community relationships in Suffolk.

Murrayfield Primary School

Children from poor or troubled families have “no excuses” for failing at school, an Ipswich headteacher has said.

Official launch of the Pigs Gone Wild Trail in Ipswich

The pigs have arrived – and already Ipswich is abuzz with talk about the town’s larger-than-life art trail.

Starbucks in the Buttermarket which is set to close on March 19th.

A third Starbucks coffee shop is set to open in Ipswich, it has been announced – just a year after the chain pulled out of its store in the Buttermarket.

Missing Tayler McGovern was found safe and well in Bury St Edmunds.

A 15-year-old girl who went missing from Norfolk has been found safe and well in Suffolk.

Vicar's fears over hacker's extradition

A Suffolk vicar whose son is facing extradition to America for hacking into US Federal Reserve computers fears his son will kill himself if he is sent away.

Lynne cleaned her over while grandson George tried to knock holes in the wall

Do you like your sausages well done? If so, how well done? asks Lynne Mortimer.

St Helen's Primary School - demand for places is high

Plans to launch a free school in Ipswich have been unveiled in a bid to meet an increasing demand for primary school places.

Keith Senior is pictured at Jacobs Allen in Bury St Edmunds

Concerns have been raised about how Thursday’s decision to quit the EU will affect mortgage rates and foreign travel.

Emergency services attend the scene of a road traffic collision on Belstead Road on Thursday 23rd June.

Police are appealing for witnesses following a road traffic collision in Belstead Road, Ipswich last Thursday.

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