Retired people in East Anglia are among the most satisfied in the country with their lives, according to a new survey out today.
Norfolk is 3rd, Suffolk 9th and Cambridgeshire 11th among the top 20 counties when it comes to the wellbeing of pensioners.
The top 10
- 1.) Devon
- 2.) Dorset
- 3.) Powys (Wales)
- 3.) Norfolk
- 5.) East Sussex
- 6.) Surrey
- 7.) Gloucestershire
- 8.) West Sussex
- 9.) Suffolk
- 10.) North Yorkshire
The survey by insurers Prudential measures crime levels, predicted life expectancy after the age of 65 and the availability of care in every county.
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The scooter was stolen from Broadway in Pitsea on May 18.
Later that day it was taken to Lifestyle and Mobility shop in Basildon where attempts were made to sell it.
When staff refused to buy the scooter, suspects became verbally abusive and caused damage to the store on their way out.
Investigating officer Pc Zhak Burrows said: "The elderly victim relies on the mobility scooter to get around and this theft caused him distress as well as had a big impact on his lifestyle.”
Police have released CCTV of two women they would like to speak to in connection with the incident.
Anyone who recognises the women is asked to call Pc Burrows on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.