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Officers are appealing for witnesses after a vehicle involved in a collision on the A12 at Copdock failed to stop at the scene.

A county lines drug dealer who was found in possession of 80 wraps of "extremely high purity" heroin and crack cocaine in Ipswich has been jailed for 28 months.

Customs officers at Harwich found drugs with a street value of more than £4million in a hidden compartment in a truck containing a stock car, a court heard.

The trial of a 34-year-old man accused of raping a schoolgirl will take place in May next year.

Reports of racism and abuse based on someone's sexuality have increased in Suffolk - despite a fall in overall reported hate crime offences last year.

Former Ipswich Town loanee Tom Lawrence has been banned for two years for drink-driving.

A 13th century church has been desecrated by youths who tore up bibles and vandalised its altar, leaving the village community 'sad and disappointed'.

A detective who worked on major investigations including the murder of an Ipswich teenager has been awarded for his contribution to policing.

The driver of a car which was found to have £200 of cannabis in the boot when it was stopped by police on the A14 has been jailed.

A man grabbed a woman by the neck and punched her in the face while holding her down on a bed at a Felixstowe hotel, it has been alleged.

People living in Leiston have expressed their shock after masked men armed with crowbars smashed their way into the Sizewell Road Co-op in an attack that ended in a 30-mile police chase across Suffolk.

A group of men armed themselves with pieces of wood from a fence during a violent late night incident in Ipswich, a court heard.

A pet owner has been slapped with a £1,000 bill for allowing his dog to defecate on a neighbour's property.

A man was threatened at knifepoint in Ipswich as he investigated his car alarm being set off in the early hours of the morning.

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