A person has been rescued from a fire in a house in Ipswich and treated for smoke inhalation.
Judging by its missing wheels and front bumper, one can only assume the owner of this silver Mini in Newmarket was not planning on going anywhere in a hurry.
Police in Stowmarket have arrested two people after a 'large amount' of suspected drugs and money was found during a traffic stop.
Thieves have bashed their way into a lighting shop in Hadleigh - in a raid reminiscent of the famous Hatton Garden jewellery heist.
Here we take a look at the criminals put behind bars in Suffolk and north Essex over the last seven days.
Firefighters have warned motorists to mind where they park after a crew was blocked by a delivery van on their way to a fire in Colchester.
A Suffolk student crashed her father's sports car into a concrete bollard outside a convenience store while almost four times the legal alcohol limit.
A couple found to be sexually abusing children - including a baby - in a series of pictures and videos has been jailed for more than 21 years.
A 21-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of drug-driving and possession of Class A drugs after a car collided with a wall in Ipswich.
Suffolk police has confirmed no birds have been stolen following an attempted theft at Abbey Gardens in Bury St Edmunds.
Police have released alarming footage of a drink-driver ignoring requests to pull over before being brought to a halt with tactical contact on an A14 slip road.
A 90-year-old woman suffered cut hands in what police described as a "nasty and cowardly attack" in Tiptree.
A Suffolk police officer who investigated the rape of a woman in Ipswich has branded her teenage attacker "cold, calculating and devious" following his conviction.
Police have warned of the unpredictable effects and unknown ingredients of synthetic drugs known as new psychoactive substances (NPS).
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.