There are issues on the trains this evening due to signalling problems at Ely. National Rail are reporting delays of up to 45 minutes on the following services...
- East Midlands Trains - between Peterborough and Norwich.
- Abellio Greater Anglia - between Cambridge and Norwich, and between Peterborough and Ipswich.
- CrossCountry - between Cambridge and Peterborough.
- Great Northern - between Cambridge and Kings Lynn.
Delays are expected until around 7pm.
Police have released a picture of a man they would like to speak to after an elderly woman was sexually assaulted in Ipswich.
The attack happened at 7.55pm on Friday 13 February in Ransome Road.
The suspect is described as white, with a grey complexion, aged in his fifties, of medium build and with shiny, neck-length, thick black hair which was slicked back.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Sergeant Richard Prouse at Ipswich CID on 101.
An elderly woman has been sexually assaulted in her Ipswich home, according to Suffolk Police.
The woman claimed a man entered her home just before 8pm on Friday night and sexually assaulted her. The suspect is said to have fled the scene when the woman screamed.
A man arrested in connection with the incident has been released without charge.
Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward.
The suspect is described as white, in his fifties, with a grey complexion, with neck-length black hair in a slicked-back style, and is believed to have been wearing a dark three-quarter length jacket.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Sergeant Richard Prouse at Ipswich CID on 101 quoting reference IE/15/529, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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Two men have been arrested after police in Ipswich were called to reports of a man with a gun.
A man was apparently seen going into a building on Duke Street with the weapon this morning.
The police helicopter was deployed and two men arrested half an hour later. Roads nearby were closed during the incident.
An Ipswich-based drug dealer has been sentenced to five years in prison.
Idris Farah, aged 22, of Luther Road in Ipswich, was charged with possession with intent to supply Class A crack cocaine and also heroin.
Farah was searched and arrested by officers in Fuchsia Lane in June 2014 and found with over 200 wraps of crack and heroin, with an approximate street value of £3,000. He pleaded guilty at Ipswich Crown Court on the first day of his trial in December before being sentenced on Tuesday 20 January.
Ipswich Policing Commander, Superintendent Louisa Pepper welcomed the sentence.
"This sends a clear message to drug dealers who operate in Suffolk. This activity will not be tolerated and you will be put behind bars for your actions. I also hope that this result reassures the local community that we are targeting the issue of drugs within Ipswich.
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