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Two men arrested in connection with Suffolk village shop robbery

Two members of staff were tied up in Claydon. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Two men have been arrested in connection with an armed robbery at a shop in a Suffolk village last weekend.

A couple of members of staff were tied up by men wearing balaclavas during the raid at the One Stop store in Claydon near Ipswich on Sunday (November 22).

Two men from London, aged 25 and 33, have now been arrested on suspicion of robbery.


Essex's 'Number One Dog Catcher' does it again

PC Self with the lost Rottweiler. Credit: Essex Police

An Essex policeman renowned for reuniting lost dogs with their owners has done it again, after returning a Rottweiler he found in Colchester.

PC Joe Self has been dubbed Essex Police’s ‘Number One Dog Catcher’ by his colleagues as this is his ninth 'lost pet related' success story since joining the force.

He took the dog to the vets after being alerted to an animal running along the side of a road on Cowdray Avenue.

“When I arrived at 'VetsNow’ the vet checked her over and fortunately she had no injuries. I think she had just worn herself out as she was gasping for a drink of water. The staff then scanned her for a microchip, which she luckily had.

“I was very relieved that she hadn't been hurt as she was such a lovely tempered dog.”

– PC Self

Two arrested in London as part of Yarmouth murder investigation

Andrew McGowan was stabbed in Great Yamouth

Two men were arrested in London yesterday evening on suspicion of murder after the stabbing of a 33-year-old man in Great Yarmouth.

The men, aged 21 and 18, were arrested in south of the city as part of a joint operation between the Norfolk and Suffolk Major Investigation Team and the Met Police.

They were brought to Norfolk for questioning.

Andrew McGowan, 33, died after being stabbed at a property in Dickens Court, Great Yarmouth, on Saturday 14 November.

A man and woman from Great Yarmouth, arrested previously in connection with the incident, remain on police bail.


Man charged in connection with Luton stabbing

Alexandru Popa was arrested at the scene at High Town Road in Luton. Credit: ITV Anglia

A man has been charged in connection with a stabbing in Luton on Monday.

Alexandru Popa, 29, was arrested at the scene at High Town Road. He was charged with causing grievous bodily harm with intent and possession of a knife blade yesterday.

He appeared before Luton Magistrates’ Court today, and was remanded into custody pending a further court date.

Another man was taken to hospital following the stabbing, where he remains in a serious condition.

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