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An elderly man was seriously injured following a suspected hit and run on Lowestoft High Street in the early hours of Wednesday the 15th of November.
The police identified and seized a vehicle and are now appealing for witnesses. The man, in his 80s, was hospitalised after he was found by a member of the public near to the petrol station.
Police in Suffolk have released CCTV images of a man they want to trace in connection with a theft in Kessingland near Lowestoft.
A woman in her 70s, who is partially sighted, was befriended by a man in a local pub in the town. The man claimed he used to know the elderly woman.
He visited her in her flat and at some point during this visit officers believe he stole around £300 in coins from a whisky bottle that she had saved in her lounge.
Anyone who recognises the man in the CCTV stills should contact Lowestoft police on 101.
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A man in his 80s was found on Lowestoft High Street with a broken wrist, broken or dislocated fingers, and a suspected broke leg.
Police believe the victim, who was discovered by a member of the public close to the petrol station, may have been hit by a vehicle which then drove off.
Officers were called to the scene around 12.50am on Wednesday, November 15.
A man in his 30s has been stabbed in the leg and arm in Lowestoft in Suffolk.
Police were called to a premises at Commercial Road just before 12.30am on Sunday 5th November.
The victim from Lowestoft, suffered stab wounds to the leg and arm and was taken to hospital where he is being treated for his injuries. He's currently in a stable condition.
Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.
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Norwich City have released a statement warning that anyone found guilty of racially abusing Anthony Ogogo will be "banned indefinitely."Read the full story ›
Lowestoft boxer Anthony Ogogo has said he was racially abused by a fellow Norwich City fan during the Canaries' League Cup defeat to Arsenal last night.
The 2012 Olympic bronze medalist was among the near-9000 thousand supporters who travelled to the game at The Emirates stadium in London.
Taking to Twitter after the match, Ogogo wrote: "Terrific support tonight by Norwich CityFC fans - nine thousand strong. Although I did get racially abused for cheering. Worst of all it was by a Norwich fan that thought I was Arsenal. Utterly disgusted by that behaviour."
An aristocrat has been left devastated after she lost a family heirloom pendant on a trip to a Morrisons supermarket in Lowestoft.
Lord and Lady Somerleyton have offered a cash reward for the safe return of the 18ct gold pendant, encrusted with an emerald and diamonds, which was lost at the store in Pakefield on October 9.
Lady Somerleyton had been wearing the pendant, which is in an art deco style and attached to a chain measuring around 18ins, and noticed it was missing at about 5pm.
Lord Somerleyton said he and his wife were devastated to have lost the heirloom and had decided to offer a cash reward for its safe return, should someone find it.
A Suffolk Police spokesman said: "It has been reported missing to us. The reward is separate to us."