A man's body has been recovered from the River Orwell in Ipswich.
Police were called at 3.15am on Wednesday 29 July to reports of a car that was believed to have broken down on the westbound carriageway of the Orwell Bridge.
The car had been abandoned and police called out the Coastguard and RAF Search & Rescue to conduct a search of the river.
The body was found at around 4.30am. The death is currently being treated as unexplained, but is not believed to be suspicious and formal identification of the body is yet to take place. Police are appealing for witnesses.
Police are appealing for information after a cat was shot with pellets in Ipswich.
It is believed the incident occurred in the Whitehouse Park area between 5am and 7am on Friday 10 July.
The cat was shot with what is believed to be an air rifle, once in the body and once in the leg. As a result the cat required emergency vet treatment.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact police on 101.
Seven teenagers have been arrested following a suspected fight in Ipswich.
It happened on Tuddenham Road yesterday afternoon (5 July).
An 18-year-old boy was taken to hospital with injuries to his arm but has since been discharged.
Five of the boys have been arrested on suspicion of affray, while the other two were arrested on suspicion of violent disorder.
Police are urging everyone attending Ipswich Music Day in Christchurch Park this weekend to take 'crime reduction measures'.
More than 40,000 people are expected to attend the festival which will take place on Sunday 5 July from midday to 8pm.
To reduce the chance of being targeted by thieves police are asking everyone to consider the following:
- Keep valuables with you at all times
- Do not bring large sums of cash, or lots of credit/debit cards
- If you arrive by car don’t leave anything in your vehicle
- Be mindful of people around you when watching performances
- Keep mobile phones secure
"We are expecting the day to be a fun festival with many families attending.
"Public safety is paramount, especially when you have large crowds, we want people to have a safe and enjoyable time, taking into consideration the advice we are issuing.”
A snake which managed to escape from a house in Ipswich has been reunited with its owner.
The two-foot long sandy coloured serpent wriggled out of a tiny gap in his tank.
Police officers found male snake Tenzin while on patrol in the town early this morning.
PC Alastair Maidment, who has experience of handling snakes, picked him up before taking him to the police station.
After a social media appeal, 17-year-old owner Jasmine came forward.
“I’m thinking of changing his name to Houdini! This is the second time that he has managed to escape out of a tiny gap in his tank.
My brother realised that Tenzin had escaped on Tuesday and we searched the entire house. Although he’s harmless, the last time he got out, he turned up in the tool box under the sink.
My mum phoned me and asked had I seen the police website as they were searching for the owner of a lost snake found in Ipswich.
I’m really happy to have him back as reptiles are a passion of mine. I’m so thankful to PC Maidment and Sgt Livingstone for safely returning him to me. They went above and beyond the call of duty.”
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Suffolk fire say they're using their aerial ladder to try to douse the flames from above.
Crews are expected to be there for some while. Due to the location traffic congestion is expected, the police are in attendance assisting the fire service and members of the public.
We are currently in attendance at a building fire in Holywells Road, Ipswich. This is liable to cause an amount of congestion. RT
Emergency services are currently at the scene of a fire at an industrial unit in Ipswich.
Police were called by the Fire Service at 2.55pm this afternoon, Monday 29 June, to assist with traffic control at the location in Holywells Road.
The road is currently closed between Duke Street and Cliff Lane whilst firefighters tackle the blaze and people living nearby are being advised to keep their windows closed.
A man's been arrested in connection in a rape in an Ipswich park.
The assault on a 17-year-old took place Wednesday 17 June in Sherrington Road park.
Officers arrested a 39-year-old man from Ipswich on suspicion of rape. He has been taken to Martlesham Police Investigation Centre where he is currently being questioned.