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Possible sighting of missing 'vulnerable' man from Ipswich

Matthew Whyman is considered to be vulnerable. Police believe this CCTV image may be him.

Police have released a new picture of a 35-year-old man from Ipswich who has been missing since Tuesday 10 October.

A CCTV still believed to show Matthew Whyman on Tuesday 17 October on Burrell Road, heading in the direction of the train station in the town has been released.

He is described as white, 6ft 2ins tall, bald and has a beard. He is believed to be wearing beige trousers, with a navy SuperDry hoodie.

Mr Whyman is considered to be vulnerable and police are concerned for his welfare.

Anyone who believes they may have seen Mr Whyman, or who has any information regarding his whereabouts, is asked to contact Suffolk Police on 101.

Woman rescued from lake at UEA in Norwich

Police appeal to identify a woman rescued from a lake at the UEA in Norwich.

Police are appealing for information to help identify a woman who was rescued from a lake at the UEA in Norwich.

Officers were called to the scene at 2.40pm on Wednesday 18 October after concerns were raised for the safety of a woman who was seen to go into the lake.

The woman was rescued from the water and taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital where she remains in a critical condition.

No personal belongings, other than a key attached to a red Cath Kidston key ring, have been found and despite police enquiries, efforts to identify the woman have been unsuccessful.

The woman is described as being aged in her 40s or 50s, of medium build, with short dark greying hair. She was wearing dark blue jeans, with a brown leather belt patterned with metal studs, a grey long-sleeved top with a sequin pattern on the front, white/cream faux fur front button coat and brown laced ankle boots.

Police are keen to hear from anyone who believes they may know the identity of the women, or saw a woman fitting that description in the area around the UEA this afternoon.

Anyone with information should contact Norwich CID on 101.

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Bike shop destroyed by fire finds new home

The fire at Cycle King in Bury St Edmunds

A Bury St Edmunds bike shop destroyed by fire last month has found a temporary new home.

It took more than 60 firefighters to put out the flames at Cycle King on Angel Hill. It will now relocate to Chamberlyane Road in the town.

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Engineers to examine Flying Scotsman after breakdown

The Flying Scotsman in Peterborough

Engineers will examine the Flying Scotsman today after it broke down as it was leaving Peterborough station.

The locomotive was due to arrive in Norwich yesterday evening, but developed a technical fault.

They hope to fix it in time for Saturday when it's scheduled to travel from Norwich to London.

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