A 23-year-old man from Billericay was found unconscious around midnight last Friday.
The man was found lying injured in Mountnessing Road close to the junction with Radford Way by a group of people heading home.
They helped him back to his house and the following morning he went to hospital to get his injuries seen to. Doctors believe his injuries, including a broken knee, are consistent with being hit by a car.
"I urgently need to trace the people who helped our injured man at the time and also went to speak to anyone else who either drove or walked along this road at the relevant time."
Anyone with information is asked to come forward.
Detectives investigating an attempted burglary have released CCTV images of two men they are trying to trace.
Would-be burglars tried to force their way into the home in Outwood Common Road in Billericay by using a tool to prize open the patio doors on Friday 22 May. A burglar alarm was triggered and the pair fled the scene without gaining entry.
CCTV images show two men wanted by police. One is a black male wearing a distinctive hoodie whilst his accomplice, a white man, had his face covered by a black hooded jacket.
Detectives at Basildon CID on can be contacted on 101 or you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Police searching for a missing man in Essex say they have found a body.
Richard Manning, 66, who has epilepsy, went missing while visiting family in Billericay on Thursday.
Officers found a body on farmland close to the village of Chignal Smealy, near Chelmsford, this morning.
It has not been formally identified but Mr Manning's next of kin have been told and the police search has been suspended.
The death is not at this time being treated as suspicious.
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A former nurse with terminal cancer has handed a petition to the government today urging funding to be secured for a drug that extended her life.
Linda Johnson from Billericay in Essex wants other patients to have a chance of a few extra, vital months of life even though she knows cancer will claim her life.
The former nurse has been speaking to our reporter Serena Sandhu about why the treatments under threat are so important.
Click below to watch Serena's report:
A woman from Wickford's been charged with child cruelty following an investigation by Essex Police into the treatment of children at a nursery in Billericay.
The Abacus nursery was closed by Ofsted last month.
Nursery Manager Emma Panting, who's 49, has been charged with child cruelty, common assault and a racially aggravated public order offence. She'll appear before magistrates on April 10th.
Nursery worker Rosie Dunn, 24, of Prower Close, Billericay, has also been charged with a racially aggravated public order offence.
Police in Essex have launched an investigation into concerns about the treatment of children at a day nursery.
The allegations relate to the Abacus Day Nursery, on Orchard Avenue in Billericay.
Ofsted has suspended its registration and the site has been closed for up to six weeks.
A 49-year-old woman from Wickford has been arrested and bailed. Police stressed there had not been any allegations of sexual abuse.
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Essex Police have appealed for witnesses following a road crash near Billericay in which two people were injured. Officers were called at about 6pm on Thursday June 13 after a two-car collision at the junction of Hatches Farm Road and Tye Common Road, Little Burstead.
The vehicles involved were a black VW Scirocco and a white Renault Megane. Both drivers were taken to hospital. A man from Hornchurch who was driving the VW suffered serious injuries and is still receiving hospital treatment.
Anyone with information about the collision who has not yet contacted police should contact Sgt Mark Ammon at Laindon response and patrol unit on 101.
Crays Hill Primary in Billericay is best known for being the school attached to the Dale Farm Travellers site in Essex.
It has been the subject of rumours and bad press in the past, but today it has been celebrating a good Ofsted report, with much of its teaching rated outstanding.
Elodie Harper was granted exclusive access to film life at the school.