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Gang jailed for cash machine ram-raid in Long Sutton

The men were caught after using a JCB teleporter to smash through the front doors of a grocery shop. Credit: ITV Anglia

A gang which used a JCB digger to steal a cash machine from a shop in Long Sutton near King's Lynn have been jailed.

The men were caught as they smashed through the front doors of a grocery shop in the early hours of 19 October.

Police arrested Dale Smith, from Worcester, at the scene. Levi Mitchell from Harlow and Leo Smith from Peterborough were caught in a stolen lorry nearby. Levi Smith, also from Peterborough, was caught while trying to escape.

All four men pleaded guilty conspiracy to burgle. They were sentenced today at Lincoln Crown Court.

Levi Smith sentenced to four years in prison, Dale Smith for three years and eight months, Levi Mitchell for three years, and Leo Smith for two years

“This was a brazen attempt to remove an ATM cash machine from a building using a JCB, and the offenders thought nothing of smashing through the front of the shop, not knowing who was inside the premises."

– Detective Chief Inspector Neil Ballard, Eastern Region Special Operations Unit

Click below to watch police footage of the ram raid.

Major improvements to West Norfolk rail line delayed until at least 2019

Major improvements to the junction at Ely North will be delayed. Credit: ITV Anglia

Commuters in West Norfolk may have to wait another 10 years for twice-hourly trains between London and King's Lynn, after it was announced major improvements to the junction at Ely North will be delayed.

Network Rail say the £35 million upgrade, which was set to start in 2016 and is key to the introduction of the new service, has been put back to at least 2019, when the next funding period starts.

It follows a review carried out by the company's chairman.

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Norfolk drug dealer has Mercedes seized as proceeds of crime

A King's Lynn drug dealer has had his Mercedes seized as proceeds of crime.

A drug dealer from Norfolk has had his Mercedes taken off him under a Proceeds of Crime court order.

Edgares Rozenbild, 31, from King’s Lynn, is currently serving a 42-month sentence for drug trafficking.

Norwich Crown Court ruled that cash and a Mercedes seized at the time of his arrest in August 2014 should be confiscated.

The action was brought by the Eastern Region Special Operations Unit’s Regional Economic Crime Unit.

“The order once more underlines our determination to ensure those who live and cause harm within our communities and profit from crime will be targeted and stripped of the very thing that motivated them to engage in such activities in the first instance."

– Andy Gould, Regional Economic Crime Unit

Police issue CCTV image in connection with sex assault

Police in King's Lynn have issued a CCTV image of a man they want to trace. Credit: Norfolk Police

Norfolk Police have issued a CCTV image of a man they want to trace in connection with a sexual assault in King's Lynn.

The incident happened in Railway Road between 12.10am and 12.30am on Friday 31 July 2015 when a woman was approached by a man who touched her inappropriately.

Police are appealing for help from the public in identifying the man who may be able to help with inquiries. King's Lynn CID can be contacted on 101.

Police confirm one dead in A47 crash

The crash happened near the Hardwick roundabout Credit: ITV Anglia

Police can confirm one person has died following a serious collision on the A47 at King's Lynn yesterday.

Officers were called to the scene at 3.30pm following reports of a collision between a car and a lorry near to the Hardwick roundabout between Kings Lynn and North Runcton.

Emergency services, including fire and ambulance attended, but sadly the driver of the car was pronounced dead at the scene.

It's the second death on the A47 in two days: a man died on Tuesday when a van struck a tree at Swaffham.


Speedway star Lewis Kerr thanks fans for their support

Speedway star Lewis Kerr has thanked fans for their support after the crash that left him in an induced coma Credit: ITV News Anglia

Norfolk speedway star Lewis Kerr has thanked fans and the public for their support after the horrific crash that left him in an induced coma just over a fortnight ago.

The popular twenty five year old who rides for King's Lynn and Newcastle was flown to hospital after he suffered serious head injuries in a crash at Peterborough.

A fund set up for him has raised over ten thousand pounds.

Remarkably he was able to return home a few days ago and now with help from his wife Jessie he has taken to Facebook to update fans on his condition. He said

Slowly getting my head around everything that's happened and have a long way to go but I will get there. Just want to say a massive massive thank you for everyone's support

– Lewis Kerr
Lewis Kerr's 'thank you' to fans after coming out of an induced coma following a serious crash at Peterborough Credit: Jessie Kerr
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