Police have released a CCTV image of a woman they want to identify following a theft in a Great Yarmouth shopping centre.
It happened just after 5pm on 15 November at the Market Gates Shopping Centre.
The victim left a newly bought computer game in a Burger King restaurant. When they contacted the restaurant to see if it has been handed, it became clear that someone had stolen the game.
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Police have issued a CCTV image of potential witnesses they think may be able to help their investigation into an incident where shots were fired through a window in Great Yarmouth over the weekend.
A woman suffered minor cuts after a window was smashed at a house in St Peter’s Road just after midnight on Saturday night/Sunday morning.
Officers want to hear from a group of people – seen standing near an alleyway entrance on Napoleon Place – near to the Duke of Wellington pub around that time.
We’ve been examining CCTV as part of our enquiries and in this image you can make out a group of people, possibly about four, who are standing near an alleyway as the person who we believe to be our suspect, leaves the scene on St Peter’s Road.
I would urge anyone who believes this could be them to come forward as it’s likely you have information which could help our enquiries.
Two teenager boys have since been released on bail, while a third was issued with a penalty notice for disorder.
Two teenagers have been released on bail after a shooting in Great Yarmouth at the weekend.
Officers were called just after 12am on Sunday 27 November to reports of a shot being fired at an address in St Peter’s Road causing damage to a window. Around an hour later police were called to a disturbance in Barkis Road.
A short time later officers arrested three men in connection with both incidents.
Two have been released on bail, a third, a 19-year-old from the Great Yarmouth area, has been issued a penalty notice for disorder.
Three teenagers have been arrested after shots were reportedly fired in Great Yarmouth this morning.
A woman suffered minor cuts after a window was smashed at a house in St Peter’s Road just after midnight.
She's since been taken to the James Paget Hospital for treatment.
Police arrested three men from the Great Yarmouth area at around 1am following another disturbance in Barkis Road.
We understand an incident of this nature is going to cause concern for the local community; however, we do believe it is an isolated incident.
Extra officers will be in the area today to offer reassurance to residents and talk to them about any concerns they may have.
We would also ask anyone who may have witnessed the incident, or anyone with information, to contact police on 101.
A young boxer who was put on life support after he was knocked unconscious during his first fight has died.
Kuba Moczyk was fighting at the Atlantis Arena in Great Yarmouth on Saturday after months of training.
In the final round, Kuba was knocked to the ground from a single punch and suffered bleeding on the brain.
Kuba's family had set up a fundraising page hoping to raise money to take him to a specialist hospital abroad.
But sadly the 22-year-old died on Wednesday night with his family by his bedside.
Some of his organs have been donated for transplant.
Kuba's best friend and trainer says he will "never meet a more kind-hearted and special person".
I will never meet someone with better heart.
I'll do everything to make sure his name is kept alive at the gym. I have known him since he was 15-years-old, he was kind-hearted and a gentleman. Everyone who knew him loved him.
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A 70-year-old man has appeared at Teesside Magistrates' Court charged with murder.
It follows the death of an 18-month-old boy almost 50 years ago in Stockton.
Accused named as David Alan Dearlove from Great Yarmouth
He confirms name age and address
Immediately remanded into custody. He will next appear at crown court on Wednesday.
Victim named in court as 18 month old Paul Booth
A 70-year-old man from Great Yarmouth has been charged with murder following the death of an 18-month-old toddler in the 1960s.
The boy died in Stockton-on-Tees in the North East on Tuesday 1 October 1968.
The man will appear at Teesside Magistrates Court this afternoon.