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Essex village commemorates German zeppelin crash

The zeppelin crashed here in Little Wigborough in Essex Credit: ITV News Anglia

An Essex village that saw a German zeppelin crash in the First World War has commemorated the centenary.

100 years ago a 650 foot long airship came down in a field Little Wigborough near Mersea Island.

Credit: ITV News Anglia

The 22 Germans on board all survived but set fire to the wreckage shortly after to destroy any technical details that the British might learn from it.

The event was held to teach people about the area's history.

Part of the original wreckage on display Credit: ITV News Anglia

Police fear missing man may have been murdered

A year on police say they fear Ricardas could have been murdered. Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

Police believe a Lithuanian man from Wisbech who went missing a year ago today could have been murdered.

35-year-old Ricardas Puisys was last seen at his place of work at Nightlayer Leek Company in Chatteris.

Despite numerous appeals to find him - his disappearance remains a mystery.

"Ricardas' disappearance is a mystery. I am near positive that the answer to Ricardas' disappearance lies within the local community - someone knows what has happened to him and I urge them to do the right thing and come forward. Any information, no matter how small or insignificant it may seem, could be vital in our inquiry.

– DCI Adam Gallop

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Anniversary appeal to find killer of Northampton pensioner

A year on and police have launched an anniversary appeal Credit: Northamptonshire Police

Police investigating the murder of a pensioner in Northampton are re-appealing for help to catch those responsible a year on.

David Brickwood was repeatedly stabbed at his home on Lindsay Avenue last September.

Tributes laid at the scene last year Credit: ITV News Anglia

Detectives believe the 74 year old was targetted because he kept money in the house and was the victim of a botched burglary.

I believe someone targeted David, they planned to rob him and were prepared to use violence on an elderly man to get what they wanted. This was planned, which means it will have been talked about before the murder and almost certainly afterwards, when the people who did this, realised they had killed David.

Two Ford Focus cars seen near David's house on the night of his murder have not been located. Someone will have seen them, or know who was driving these in the area at the time.

David was defenceless in bed at his home when he was brutally attacked. His family are left with no answers and no justice. We know there are rumours and speculation locally. We know people have spoken to Crimestoppers, but we need the people who know what happened to David to contact us directly.

– DCI Hemingway

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Witness appeal after fatal Suffolk crash

Peter Hancock died at the scene. Credit: Google maps.

A man who died in a crash in Suffolk has been named.

Peter Hancock, 62, from Sudbury was riding a red Triumph motorcycle last Thursday (September 22) when it collided with a blue Renault Scenic on the A134 near RAF Barnham. He died at the scene.

Police are asking for anyone who may have witnessed the incident to call them on 101.

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