The family of a man killed in a crash on the A47 at King's Lynn have paid an emotional tribute to him.
Riki Boughen was one of two men who died on January 17 in a collision involving a coach and a van near to the Hardwick roundabout in west Norfolk.
His family said that the 43-year-old was a "much loved son, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin and grandson who was very popular and loved by many."
"Every room he walked into he lit up. With his cheeky character he was full of jokes, always smiling, laughing and loved his food."
"He was a qualified electrician, although he decided he loved his job as a digger driver much more and did that for many years.
"He made friends everywhere he went and would often cook Sunday dinners for people and pass them out of the window or invite people in that had no money or food to eat to make sure everyone had a Sunday lunch.
"He would give anyone anything he had to give. He had the biggest heart.”
The crash also saw a number of passengers on board the coach taken to hospital to be treated for minor injuries.
Anyone who saw what happened should contact the serious collision investigation team at Wymondham on 101.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a sexual assault in Kings Lynn last week.
The incident happened in the early hours of Saturday 13 January outside Iceland in St Dominic Square when a women in her 20s was attacked.
A man climbed on top of her, but ran off when the victim screamed for help.
Police are keen to speak to five people seen in the area at the time who may have important information.
Officers want to talk to a group of three people - two men and a woman.
One of the men was wearing a blue hoody while the woman had a pink coat. Another two men were seen walking on Norfolk Street when the incident happened.
A man arrested in connection with the incident has been released on bail.
Two men have died after a van and coach collided on the A47 in west Norfolk.
Emergency services were called to King's Lynn at around 5.20pm on Wednesday, January 17.
A passenger in the transit van was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver was cut free from the vehicle and taken to hospital but died a short time later.
Passengers on the coach suffered slight bruising and went to hospital for treatment, police said.
The A47 remains closed.
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Norfolk police are appealing for help to trace a 50-year-old man reported missing from London since Saturday 6 January 2018, who they think is in the King's Lynn area.
Police say some of Jonathan Morfey's belongings have been found in West Newton. It is also believed that he may be using a black and white Carrera Mountain bike.
Officers are working closely with Lowland Search and Rescue to find him.
Police are growing concerned for his welfare and are asking anyone who may have information on where Jonathan may be or anyone who might have seen him to contact Norfolk Police on 101.
He's described as:
- 5 foot 11 inches tall
- Short dark hair
- North London accent
A 79-year-old woman who went missing from a care home in Norfolk - without shoes or a coat - has been found safe and well.
Doreen Mallet left Losinga Road in King's Lynn yesterday (Saturday, December 16) afternoon as temperatures got ready to plummet overnight.
But Norfolk Police announced they had found her yesterday evening.
They thanked the many people who had helped in the search for her - including firefighters from West Norfok.
A 79-year-old woman has gone missing from a care home in west Norfolk - without shoes or a coat.
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But more and more eateries are now offering peckish pooches proper meals of their own.
The Dabbling Duck in Great Massingham near King's Lynn offers three course meals for mutts, and, if you order in advance, Christmas dinners as well.
So while you're tucking in, your dog can enjoy a meal too!
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