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Suffolk Police: "Leiston stab victims may have known their attackers"

A man and a teenager were stabbed in Leiston last night. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Police investigating the circumstances surrounding the stabbing of a man and a teenager in Leiston last night say that the victims may have known the people that attacked them.

Officers were sent to Farrow Close last night after they were told that a 26-year-old man had been stabbed in the upper body.

At around the same time, they were called to a 16-year-old boy with similar injuries at the nearby Harling Way playing field.

The victims were both taken to hospital, but their injuries aren't thought to be life-threatening.

Police say that they will be carrying out high visibility patrols in the local area across the weekend.

"Officers are working to establish the details of these attacks which left two people with stab wounds.

It is thought that the offenders may be known to the victims and we would urge anyone with any information on what happened to contact us.”

– Detective Chief Inspector Caroline Millar, Suffolk Police

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Police searching for missing Milton Keynes man find a body

Philip Day. Credit: Thames Valley Police

Police who had been searching for a missing man from Milton Keynes have found a body.

30-year-old Philip Day went missing from his home yesterday. This morning, officers found a body in the Winterhill area of the town.

Formal identification hasn't taken place yet but police are confident it is Mr Day.

The death is currently being treated as unexplained, but not suspicious.

Suffolk: Police film drunken revellers to show how vulnerable they are

New scheme to cut down the number of people becoming victims on nights out Credit: ITV News Anglia

Revellers who get paralytic are being shown footage of themselves in an effort to get them to think about their safety.

The pictures are being taken by police wearing body cameras in Suffolk.

Officers want to highlight how being drunk leaves people vulnerable to muggers and sexual opportunists.

It's hoped it will cut down the number of people becoming victims while on nights out.

Suffolk: Man and teenager stabbed in Leiston in "connected incidents"

The teenage boy was stabbed in a playing field. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A man and a teenager have been stabbed in the Suffolk town of Leiston in what police believe were connected incidents.

Officers were sent to Farrow Close last night (April 17) after they were told that a 26-year-old man had been stabbed in his upper body.

They were then simultaneously made aware that a 16-year-old boy had received similar injuries at the nearby Harling Way playing field.

Both victims were taken to hospital.

The Police Helicopter was deployed to search the area, but so far no one has been arrested.

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Northampton grandmother's body parts found scattered in French wood

Violet Price lived in the village of Moustier in the Dordogne Credit: ITV News Central

A British grandmother's body parts have been found scattered in a wood in France.

Violet Price - a widow from Northampton who moved to Moustier in the Dordogne region three years ago - hadn't been seen since a family barbecue at her house last Saturday.

A 32-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder.

Police appeal after man falls from van on motorway

Police are appealing for witnesses and information after a man was seriously injured after falling from a van on the M1 in Bedfordshire on Thursday.

Just before 6.40pm, the man - who was a passenger of a white Volkswagen panel van - fell from the vehicle as it travelled southbound between junctions 9 and 8.

The driver, a 43 year old man from Hayes, stopped the vehicle and the man, who is 44 years old and from Harrow, was taken by air ambulance to Addenbrookes hospital with serious head injuries. He remains in a serious but stable condition.

Police appeal after historic castle damaged

The damage to Eye Castle Credit: Suffolk Police

Police are appealing for witnesses after damage was caused to the historic Eye Castle in Suffolk.

The incident happened in Castle Street between 6.30pm on Thursday 9 April and 6.30pm on Thursday 11 April.

An internal wall of the observational tower has been damaged.

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