Suffolk Police are linking two gunfire incidents and one arson attack that happened last night in Ipswich.Read the full story ›
A gun has been fired into a family home in Ipswich.
It happened on Nacton Crescent around 1:30am.
No one was injured.
Police remain at the scene.
Three people have been arrested following a firearms incident in Ipswich.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for witnesses after an arson incident at a property in Ipswich.
Officers were called at 7.30pm on Monday 6 March to reports that a window at a flat in Dandalan Close had been smashed and furniture inside set alight. The Fire Service were also in attendance.
The fire was quickly extinguished and none of the occupants suffered any injuries.
Two men will appear in court later after being charged in connection with an alleged sex attack in Ipswich.
George-Hari Constantinescu and Danut Gheorghe, both aged 29 and both from the Woodbridge area, have been charged with attempted rape and kidnap.
The arrests come after CCTV images were released in connection with the incident, which took place on Rope Walk early on Saturday 25 February.
As a result of the public appeal, the two men were arrested at the weekend.
The 41-year-old was found in Ipswich last month, after being stabbed in the stomach.Read the full story ›
The woman suffered a 'despicable' sexual assault with two attackers leaving her unconscious in a car park.Read the full story ›
A woman has been the victim of a serious sexual assault in Ipswich.
It happened at 3.55am Saturday 25 February, at Rope Walk in the town centre.
Specialist officers are helping the victim and the scene has been cordoned off.
Ipswich Borough Council has decided to close its parks as a safety precaution.
This means Christchurch Mansion is also closed. Parks staff will carry out checks for dangerous branches before parks re-open on the 24th February.
The town’s cemeteries are also closed for public access although services will still go ahead.
Ipswich Market will close early at lunchtime, a Council spokesman said. He advised the public to take extra care in the high winds, which could bring gusts of up to 70mph.
Bin collection rounds are well under way but might be affected by heavy traffic later. People are asked to take their blue bins in as soon as they can after they have been emptied because of the wind.
Highways England say they expect the Orwell Bridge near Ipswich will be closed from 10am this morning (February 23).
The strongest winds from Storm Doris are due from 10am-6pm and it's likely the bridge will be shut at some point in that period.
An amber weather warning for strong winds is in force until 8pm.