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Neil doesn't want Norwich City striker chase to drag on

Ross McCormack is believed to be Norwich's top target. Credit: PA

Norwich City manager Alex Neil says the club want a quick resolution in their bid to sign a new striker.

The Canaries are short of options up front and are actively looking to secure some fresh firepower before the start of The Championship season.

Fulham's Ross McCormack is believed to be at the top of their wishlist, with some reports suggesting that a £10 million bid has been rejected.

Neil says Norwich are still hopeful of landing their number one target but admits the club can't afford to wait much longer.

“I have stressed we have to get a decision one way or the other and that is the point we are reaching now,” he told the media following Norwich's 3-0 friendly win over Coventry City on Tuesday.

“Like always, you move on if it doesn’t happen. We can’t let it run on.

“I'm trying my best. I'm hoping as soon as possible we are going to get someone in. We are prepared to pay the going rate. You either join in or get left behind.”

Police release e-fits of RAF Marham abduction suspects

Video report by ITV News Anglia's Malcolm Robertson

Police have released images of two men they want to trace in connection with the attempted abduction of an RAF servicemen in Norfolk.

A week to the day since the incident near RAF Marham, motorists were being stopped by police officers in the hope they could remember something that might lead to those involved being tracked down.

Although working closely with counter terrorism, the police say they're keeping an open mind about the reasons for the attack.

Teenagers will face no action over air rifle death

Ben Wragge Credit: ITV News Anglia

Two teenagers who were arrested on suspicion of manslaughter following the death of a 13-year-old boy will face no further action.

Ben Wragge, who was a pupil at Thurston Community College, in Suffolk sustained life threatening injuries an incident at an address in the village on May 1.

Ben was taken to West Suffolk Hospital in a critical condition, where he died a short time later. A post mortem examination confirmed that he died as a result of an injury caused by an air pellet.

Following a full investigation into circumstances around his death, police have consulted with the Crown Prosecution Service and no further action will be taken against either of the boys.

A file will be passed to the coroner for an inquest hearing in due course.

Heartbreak of nightmare house move for young family

A new home was meant to be a new start for Andrea Poyser and her young family. after her son Laughlin, who was given an award by Prince Harry for his bravery, had a brain tumour and leukaemia.

Laughlin died in October 2014 aged just seven.

The family moved to Norfolk last week but their home has been left in disarray. They hired a local removals firm to store their belongings for six weeks they were supposed to be delivered on Thursday to their new home but the company never showed up and haven't returned any calls.

Andrea's husband tracked them down to an address in Southend but found a lock up that'd been broken into and their posessions strewn across the floor

Watch Serena Sandhu's report below.

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Papi-heir mache makes Prince Charles chuckle

Prince Charles and Camilla at the Sandringham Flower Show Credit: PA Images

The Prince of Wales was left in a fit of giggles after catching sight of Prince Harry - immortalised in papier mache.

Charles cried out "Harry" when he was confronted with a row of royal heads, made from old newspapers and wallpaper paste, and pointed to his son - a bright pink ball, with eyes, a nose and a ginger beard and hair made from string.

Charles and wife Camilla came across the art display as they toured the Sandringham Flower Show and were in good spirits, joking and laughing with visitors.

See Kate Prout's report here

Ipswich Town boss McCarthy not ruling out Lamah signing

Mick McCarthy was impressed by Lamah's performance. Credit: PA

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy has refused to rule out offering trialist Roland Lamah a permanent deal after he impressed against Charlton Athletic.

The Belgian played just under an hour of the Blues' goalless pre-season friendly draw at The Valley last night.

The 28-year-old was recently with Hungarian club Ferencváros, and once had a loan spell at Swansea City in the Premier League.

I thought he played well. I was pleased with him, and pleased with his contribution but he’s not fully fit.

He’s just come in so it’s unfair on him, and unfair on me to have to make a snap decision having seen little of him.

I’ll talk to his agent but I would like to see more of him and I do think he could do something for us.

I would like him to be involved on Saturday so we’ll see.

– Mick McCarthy, Ipswich Town manager
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