Three men have been sentenced to a total of 19 years in prison following a spate of burglaries across three counties.
22-year old Adrian Budurcoiu and 33-year old Mihai Gherghinescu, both from Ipswich and 23-year old Traian Vasiluta from London, appeared before Ipswich Crown Court for conspiracy to commit burglaries in Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire.
There had been 51 burglaries in Suffolk, 18 in Norfolk and one in Cambridgeshire between April and June 2014.
The three men stole cash, electrical items and jewellery.
"These men left a trail of destruction across predominantly two counties. Detecting burglaries and bringing those responsible to justice is a priority. These men showed no remorse for what they had done, targeting up to 70 homes over a two month period."
Adrian Buduurcoiu was sentenced to 5 years and 4 months, while Mihai Gherghinescu and Traian Vasiluta both received 7 years and 4 months in jail.
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A doctor who abused young boys in his care when he worked at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge has arrived in court six hours early for his sentencing hearing.
The two-day hearing at Cambridge Crown Court is due to start at 2pm, but Dr Myles Bradbury arrived shortly after 8am.
The Paediatric Consultant admitted abusing 18 of his patients at the hospital where he worked as a blood cancer specialist between 2009 and 2013.
A Doctor who abused young boys in his care when he worked at Addenbrooke's hospital in Cambridge, is due in court today for the start of his sentencing.
Paediatric Consultant Myles Bradbury admitted abusing 18 of his patients at the hospital where he worked as a blood cancer specialist between 2009 and 2013.
His sentencing will start today at Cambridge Crown Court.
The Ministry of Defence has promised to talk to local Councillors about what went wrong at Bassingbourn barracks near Cambridge.
It follows a number of sex assaults against men and women in nearby Cambridge. Five Libyan cadets based at the barracks were charged in connection with the attacks in October.
Talks will be held with Cambridge City Council and others as part of the review initiated by the Prime Minister following the assaults.
Cllr Lewis Herbert, the Leader of Cambridge City Council, wrote to David Cameron earlier this month to raise questions about the incidents and an absence of communication from the MOD.
"Given the very seriousness nature of these assaults it is right that the army has apologised. I welcome this apology and the commitment to involving us in the review.
Crime writer P.D. James, who wrote the Adam Dalgliesh series of novels has died aged 94.
The detective novels were turned into a television series starring Roy Marsden by ITV Anglia.
Baroness James had a home in Suffolk at one point and was educated at the Cambridge High School for girls.
She spent thirty years as a civil servant before becoming a full time writer.