An 89-year-old woman is recovering after she was attacked by three masked men at her home in Lakenheath in Suffolk.
RAF Marham's station commander has spoken about the base's role in the investigation into last week's helicopter crash in north Norfolk.
Churches in our region have been lighting candles in memory of the American air crew killed when their helicopter crashed in Norfolk.
A report commissioned by the American government has suggested that RAF Lakenheath in West Suffolk could close.
The closure of the base has been recommended in a report put forward by the RAND Corporation. The report says that shutting Lakenheath could save over $2 million dollars every year.
Around 4000 people currently work at the base, including about two thousand civilians.
One month on and Suffolk Police are renewing their appeal for information after an elderly woman was attacked in her home in Lakenheath in Suffolk.
Connie Halford, 89, was knocked to the ground by intruders at her home in Arrowhead Drive in Lakenheath on 17th February.
Officers are also keen to trace the driver of a black Vauxhall car that was seen in the area at the time.
Police have returned to the scene of an asault on an 89-year-old woman, a week after three masked men burst into her home.
It comes as crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers announced a £2,000 reward for information which leads to the arrest of Connie Hallford's attackers.
She was in her living room at Arrowhead Drive in Lakenheath at about 7.45pm on Monday when she heard a loud bang at her front door.
She was hit on the head and knocked to the floor as three men ran into her home and demanded money.
Last night, police returned to the scene to carry out checks, speaking to pedestrians and motorists who may have been in the area at the time of the attack.
Officers spoke to 25 people as part of their investigations.
Det Insp David Giles, who is leading the inquiries, said: "We hope having officers in the area may have jogged someone’s memory from last week. Something that may not have seemed significant at the time may be the small piece of information we need.
"Connie is still receiving help and support and doing surprisingly well considering her ordeal."
An elderly woman who was attacked in her home at Lakenheath in Suffolk by three masked men has been speaking about her ordeal.
Connie Hallford, who is 89, was taken to hospital with a cut to her head after one of the men knocked her to the floor and demanded money in the assault on Monday evening.
"Three of them jumped over all the wreckage, and I told them to clear off," Connie told ITV News Anglia's Luke Farrington.
"One of the them, the one I disliked mainly, hit me on the head with something and I fell to the floor."
Click below to hear more from Connie
An elderly woman who was attacked in her home by three masked men is expected to be discharged from hospital later today.
The 89-year-old suffered head injuries in the assault at Arrowhead Drive in Lakenheath on Monday evening.
She was struck to the floor after the three men burst into her home at about 7.30pm.
They demanded money and searched the property before leaving.
People living on a street where an elderly woman was attacked in her own home have spoken of their shock.
An 89-year-old woman is spending her second night in hospital after she was attacked by three masked men.
One of her neighbours said: "We obviously have to be more vigilant in the local community, particularly keeping our eyes and ears open, especially for elderly and vulnerable people.
"After dark this is when the cowards creep out."
Police have condemned the attack at Arrowhead Drive as despicable and urged the public to help find those responsible.
Click below to watch Jim Rice's report.
Captain Christopher Stover was among four servicemen to die following the tragedy at Cley-next-the-Sea.
Hundreds of people attended the ceremony in Colarado on Monday.
A nature reserve on the North Norfolk coast has re-opened, twelve days after a helicopter crash that claimed the lives of four US service personnel.
Cley Marshes had been closed while investigations into the tragedy were carried out.
All four crew died when their Pave Hawk aircraft crashed in the marshes nearly two weeks ago.
Police have confirm the A149 Coast Road from Salthouse to Old Woman’s Lane that has been closed since a helicopter crash earlier this month has now reopened.
Four aircrew were killed when a US military helicopter crashed at Cley-next-the-Sea on the 7th January.
The police cordon around the crash scene has also been lifted.
Police thanked the local community and those wishing to use the marshlands for their patience and understanding.