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A 23-year-old drug dealer accused of murdering Ipswich teenager Tavis Spencer-Aitkens was not part of the group that carried out the fatal attack, it has been claimed.

Almost one in five first crimes committed by child offenders in Suffolk are drug-related, figures have revealed.

Drivers who fraudulently insured their cars under false names have had their vehicles seized by police.

A fraudster conned a vulnerable man out of £26,000 by telling the victim his beloved Xbox games console would be cut off.

Residents are said to be “scared to go out” after a gang started to target their housing estate by smashing windows, shouting verbal abuse and stealing from shops.

Police have confirmed no arrests have yet been made, and enquiries are ongoing, following several reports of a ‘silver taxi’ approaching children in Ipswich.

More than one knifeman could have inflicted the fatal wounds to Ipswich stabbing victim Tavis Spencer-Aitkens, it has been claimed.

In the old days, residents would have convened a Neighbourhood Watch group to share valuable intelligence and what criminals were up to in their areas.

An Ipswich van driver accused of indecently exposing himself to a woman driver while he was driving along the A12 has been unanimously found not guilty by a jury.

Officers from the Ipswich East team have revealed they will be carrying out “regular patrols” to combat problems with street drinking in the town.

The killers of Ipswich teenager Tavis Spencer-Aitkens “acted like a pack” by hunting down their prey and showing no mercy when they attacked him, it has been claimed.

Police were called to two-car crash in Rushmere St Andrew this morning

Consumer protection officials have warned householders of the appearance of ‘Nottingham knockers’ in a Suffolk town.

A Mini ended up on its roof after a crash on Foxhall Road on the approach to Ipswich.

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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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