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Police appeal over missing 80-year-old

Margaret Bodger Credit: Norfolk Police

Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a missing 80-year-old woman from King’s Lynn.

Margaret Bodger was last seen yesterday evening at about 8.45pm at her home address on Lady Jane Grey Road in King’s Lynn.

She is described as white, around 5ft 7, of medium build, with shoulder length blonde hair and believed to be wearing a mauve coat and purple shoes and carrying a black handbag.

Margaret has links to the Wisbech area and it is also believed she could have travelled to the Peterborough area.

Officers are keen to speak with anyone who may have seen Margaret or knows where she is.

Anyone with information should contact Norfolk Police immediately on 101.



Teenager assaulted by gang

Grange Road, Northampton Credit: ITV Anglia

A young girl was assaulted by a group of five people in a Northampton street.

The teenager was walking along Grange Road in Eastfield at about 8am on Thursday, April 16, when she was surrounded by three girls and two boys.

She was then punched, knocked to the floor and assaulted.

The two boys were wearing black jumpers and the girls were wearing purple jumpers. All five of the attackers were white.

Witnesses, or anyone who knows anything about this incident, can call Northamptonshire Police on 101.

Hunt for armed community centre robber

Suffolk Police e-fit Credit: Suffolk Police

Police have issued an efit of a man they would like to trace in connection with a robbery in Ipswich.

The incident happened in Highfield Road between 4pm and 4.30pm on Thursday 16 April.

A man entered a community centre and confronted a man inside. He demanded money and produced a knife. The victim has then handed over an amount of cash.

The offender is described as a white man, aged in his early to mid-thirties, approximately 5’7” tall, and was wearing a hooded top and dark coloured trousers.

If you recognise the man in the efit, or have any information about this incident, please call Ipswich Priority Crime Team on 101 quoting IW/15/1386 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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