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A London man has been charged in connection with drug offences in Ipswich after a BMW was stopped outside a supermarket.
Residents living close to Christchurch Park are calling for greater police presence after a 15-year-old was stabbed.
Two people have been arrested after a teenager was stabbed in a popular Ipswich park.
A driver with a revoked licence has had their car seized in Ipswich.
A social club chairman has described the “nightmare” of crime and anti-social behaviour “plaguing” an area of Ipswich.
Householders in Suffolk are being warned about “Nottingham Knockers” operating across the county, following a series of unwanted house calls.
A 65-year-old Suffolk woman has admitted claiming more than £32,500 in benefits without declaring £86,000 in savings.
Young people and victims of crime in Suffolk are among the beneficiaries of more than £141,000 in funding from the police and crime commissioner’s latest wave of grants.
Licensing officers are investigating reports that a taxi driver stopped his car and defecated on a street in Colchester after CCTV footage has emerged of the incident.
Drivers are currently facing queues on the A12 after an accident which has partially blocked the dual carriageway.
A degree student and former personal trainer, who turned to shoplifting to fund heroin addiction, has been granted an appeal for help to kick the habit.
A specialist motoring lawyer has persuaded magistrates to throw out a Suffolk drink-driving case due to delays by the prosecution.
A moped rider is in hospital after suffering serious injuries in a mid-morning crash in the centre of Ipswich.
Five fire crews fought an area of forest on fire near Woodbridge in the early hours of today.
An Ipswich man has been reminded of the importance of notifying the authorities of a change in circumstances after claiming he was ‘unaware’ of being banned from driving.
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.