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Police are investigating an alleged spate of vandalism at a sheltered housing complex in Claydon.

A teenage boy was punched in the stomach following an incident of racially aggravated assault in Woodbridge.

A man from Stowmarket who rushed to the aid of a bloodied teenager injured in a fight is to be honoured at a national police bravery awards ceremony.

Trains lines between Ipswich and Felixstowe are being replaced by buses today due to a spike in the number trains needing repairs.

Suffolk police dealt with more than 10,000 crimes informally over the past four years - the second highest percentage of any force in the country, new data has revealed.

I'd like to thank all those people who attended our stand at the Suffolk Show. It was a great opportunity for us to listen to you and understand what's important to you from a policing perspective.

A 60-year-old Suffolk man who sexually assaulted a teenager with learning difficulties has been spared an immediate prison sentence.

A car was seized by police after they reportedly stopped the vehicle driving on the wrong side of the road.

Hundreds of police officers have been assaulted in Suffolk's streets in the last year, shocking figures have shown.

Street racers in Copdock and Washbrook are a 'top priority' for police in Ipswich as booming music and exhausts continue to disturb families.

In the past two months, the area has seen several cases of damage including benches which were scratched, graffitied and filled with litter.

A sports car driver has been accused of travelling at speeds of 120mph on a Suffolk road.

Two people have been arrested and more than 40 vehicles checked during a day of action in Felixstowe.

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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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