Norfolk Police are appealing for help to find a wanted man.
23-year-old Cody Claxton is wanted on recall to prison for breaching the terms of his license.
He is thought to have connections to Norwich and Lowestoft.
A duck has been found in the middle of a housing estate in Suffolk.
The white drake caused a flap when he sat down in the road in the Teesdale housing estate in Carlton Colville, Lowestoft last week.
Animal loving residents managed to usher him in a greenhouse and alerted the RSPCA.
“It was very odd place to find a duck. He was just sitting in the road in the wet weather and a local cat was eyeing him up.
“He was tame so the locals rounded him up and popped him in a greenhouse until we collected him.
“It’s a bit of a mystery how he got there. He may be someone’s escaped pet or he may have been abandoned.”
Posters have been put up in the local area in a bid to find the duck's owners.
The animal will be put up for rehoming if no-one comes forward.
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A man who died at a karting track in Suffolk last month had "stopped in the pit lane" when he was hit by another kart, an inquest has heard.
Allan Fairweather, from Oulton Broad in Lowestoft, was celebrating his brother's birthday at Ellough Park Raceway near Beccles.
The 64-year-old suffered a traumatic chest injury and died at the scene. An investigation into his death is continuing.
Lowestoft boxer Anthony Ogogo suffered his first professional defeat to Chris Cunningham last night.
The 2012 Olympic bronze medallist was retired by his corner in the eighth round with blurred vision, as Cunningham, secured the WBC International middleweight title at the NEC arena in Birmingham.
Ogogo was sent stumbling to the ground as early as the second round, after Cunningham landed a strong right hook.
The undefeated boxer continually struggled from the on and failed to recover, with Ogogo's trainer Tony Sims eventually pulling him out of the fight.
Police are appealing for help to trace a man who approached a 17-year-old girl in Lowestoft.
The incident took place around 12:25pm on Thursday 6 October at Station Square.
The girl was walking alone when the man approached her and tried to encourage her to go with him to find a lost puppy, which he described as a ‘rainbow-coloured dachshund’.
The girl felt uncomfortable about the situation and walked away unharmed.
Police would like to speak to the man, who is described as white, in his 20’s and with long blonde hair. He is of small to medium build and was wearing jeans and a hoody.
Anybody with information is asked to call Suffolk Police on 101.
Lowestoft boxer Anthony Ogogo will finally fight for his first professional title later this month.
The 2012 Olympic Bronze medallist will take on Craig Cunningham in Birmingham on 22 October for the vacant WBC International Middleweight belt.
Ogogo's career has been hampered by achilles and shoulder injuries in the last two years.
However, he is unbeaten in three fights after making a comeback in May.
Ogogo and Cunningham will go head-to-head as part of the undercard for the Frankie Gavin and Sam Eggington bout at the Barclaycard Arena.
Trains between Lowestoft and Norfolk are being delayed or cancelled because of a points failure at Oulton Broad.
Train operator Abellio Greater Anglia says the line is currently blocked but expects services to return to normal during the afternoon.
The 13:48 from Lowestoft was the first train affected and was cancelled.
There also delays in Norfolk because of a fault with the signalling system between North Walsham and Cromer is causing trains have to run at reduced speed.
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