Drivers on the A47 in Norfolk are being warned to be on the lookout after a series of incidents where objects were thrown from bridges on vehicles below.
In the latest, a Ford Transit van had its windscreen shattered between the Pullover and Hardwick roundabouts on Monday morning. An unknown object hit the window causing extensive damage.
"It is currently unknown what has caused this damage. However, at this time, it is believed that an object may have been thrown from a flyover.
"The victim was travelling at approximately 60-70mph and if he had not acted so swiftly, or the roads were busier, the outcome could have been a lot worse."
On three other occasions a golf ball sized rock has been thrown into the carriageway smashing the windscreens of passing HGVs on the nearby A17.
- Tuesday 5 July
- Tuesday 19 July
- Tuesday 6 September
"We treat reports of this nature very seriously because of the potential repercussions.
"I would like to warn motorists about this worrying trend and ask them to contact us immediately on 999 if they see someone acting suspiciously near to a flyover or the side of the road. ”
Officers are currently investigating an assault in King's Lynn, which saw a woman in her 20s have chilli sauce thrown in her face.
It happened around 2pm on Wednesday (September 7) on Goodwins Road in the town.
No medical treatment was required, however the victim was shaken by the incident.
A 43-year-old man from Norfolk has been jailed following the rape and sexual assault of a young girl.
Karl Raine, formerly of Culley Close, Kings Lynn was found guilty of one count of rape, two sexual assaults and three counts of making and taking indecent images following a two and half week trial at Norwich Crown Court.
Mr Raine was sentenced to 18 years in prison following a two and half week trial at Norwich Crown Court.
This is another case which highlights that the internet is not a safe anonymous space for accessing indecent images or grooming and abusing children. If you do, you will leave a digital footprint and we will find it.
Two women have died following in a crash involving two cars on the A149 in King's Lynn.
Emergency services were called out at around 5pm last night.
One woman died at the scene and the other in hospital.
A man is also being treated for his injuries at Addenbrooke's Hospital.
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A lorry driver from King's Lynn who caused a crash that killed a police officer has been found guilty of causing death by dangerous driving.
28-year-old Darren Warby was responding to a text message on his phone when the collision happened on the A141 at Wyton near Huntingdon in June 2014.
His lorry crashed into police officer Sharon Garret's Renault Clio as well as another car and lorry.
He was also breaking the speed limit at the time of the incident.
Warby was convicted at Peterborough Crown Court today and will be sentenced next month.
This was a tragic incident which claimed the life of a police officer.
But the evidence heard in court showed it could have been avoided and it really drives home the message that using a mobile phone at the wheel can have fatal consequences.
Use of a mobile phone will be picked up by officers investigating the causes behind any collision and it’s an offence taken very seriously by police and the courts.
The post mortem examinations on the bodies of a man and woman in West Norfolk have confirmed that they died from gunshot wounds.
Stephen and Allison Muncaster were found dead at a property in Magdelan, near King's Lynn on Tuesday.
There will now be an inquest into their deaths at a later date.
We would like to reiterate that we are not looking for anyone else in connection with this incident and are in the process of preparing a file for the coroner.
Post-mortem examinations will be carried out today on the bodies of a man and woman who were found dead in a West Norfolk village.
Stephen Muncaster and his partner Allison were found at a property in Stow Road in Magdalen, near King's Lynn, in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
The property remains sealed off as officers carry out enquiries in the area.
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