Thugs locked up for Christmas

VICTIMS of these teenage thugs can look forward to a happier Christmas today as all three face up to life in a young offender's institution.Between them Jason Ennis, 17, of Queens Way, Ipswich, and Wajudur Rahman, 16, now of Hatfield, Hertfordshire, were found guilty of ten serious offences.

VICTIMS of these teenage thugs can look forward to a happier Christmas today as all three face up to life in a young offender's institution.

Between them Jason Ennis, 17, of Queens Way, Ipswich, and Wajudur Rahman, 16, now of Hatfield, Hertfordshire, were found guilty of ten serious offences.

Ennis admitted drugs and firearm offences, while Rahman was the perpetrator of a prolonged and vicious bullying campaign in which he stole more than £500 from his victim over a three year period.

Also behind bars is 17-year-old Stephen Cole, of Queens Way, who joined the pair in terrorising a young couple in a town centre street - an attack which has left a 21-year-old woman too scared to come in to town on her own.

See tonight's Evening Star for the full story.

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