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Police seek stalker who's preyed on teenage girl

Suffolk Police issued this e-fit Credit: Suffolk Police

Police are releasing an Efit image of a man officers want to speak to after a teenage girl reported being stalked by him in Ipswich.

On Monday 16 March the girl had been walking along Grimwade Street in Ipswich when she was followed by the man along Rope Walk and Bond Street. Then on April 4 the man was seen staring at her through a window of a shop on Felixstowe Road.

On April 11 the man approached her, in Felixstowe Road, ran towards her and spoke to her before she managed to get away from him.

He is described as white with a tanned complexion, possibly in his 50s, of slim build, with dark brown hair that is greying, scruffy and shorter at the sides than on the top. He also had stubble and thick dark eyebrows and wore a burgundy/red coloured jacket.

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Motorcyclist still in hospital after riding into rope in Cambridgeshire

The motorcyclist came off his bike near Howitts Lane and Howitts Gardens. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A teenage motorcyclist remains in hospital with serious neck injuries after he rode into a length of rope which had been tied between two trees in Cambridgeshire.

The 16-year-old was riding in woodland in St Neots when he came off his motorbike near Howitts Lane and Howitts Gardens.

He was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital suffering injuries to his windpipe. Police are appealing for information.

Work to repair mystery Northampton sinkhole likely to be completed by the end of the week

The hole appeared in Earl Street on Thursday afternoon. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Work to repair a sinkhole which opened up in Northampton last week should be finished this week.

The hole appeared on Earl Street on Thursday afternoon (23 April).

It's about eight foot wide and fifteen foot deep.

The sewer and damaged water main beneath the surface should be fixed by today, and the Highways agency is looking at refilling and reopening the road by the end of the week.

Everest climbers safely at Base Camp

Some of the team who're on Everest Credit: ITV Anglia

The Mountain Trust has tweeted to say its team of climbers is safely at Base Camp. The team were stuck at camp 1 as the icefall was 'impassable' but have now been rescued by helicopter and are at Base Camp recovering kit and staying there to assist.

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