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Appeal to find missing man last seen leaving nightclub

Ian Tang Credit: Norfolk Police

Police are appealing for help to find a missing 20 year old man from Norfolk.

Ian Tang was last seen at 2.30am on Sunday, December 10.

He was last spotted leaving the KA club in North Walsham.

Ian is described as Asian, with short brown hair and is approximately 5ft 8in tall. He also has a tattoo of a woman's face on his left arm.

Norfolk Police say they're concerned for his welfare and are asking anyone who may have information to contact 101.

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Two arrested over Norfolk hit and run

A 30-year-old man suffered a broken pelvis and serious leg injuries. Credit: Norfolk Police

A man and woman have been charged in connection with a hit and run in Norfolk in July.

A 30-year-old man was hit by a car when he was walking through Vicarage Car Park in North Walsham with friends. He suffered a broken pelvis and serious leg injuries.

Police released shocking CCTV footage of the moment the car ploughed into him in a bid to find the perpetrators.

43-year-old Darren Blackmore from Wymondham has been charged with one count of Grievous Bodily Harm with intent, two counts of attempted Grievous Bodily Harm and one count of dangerous driving.

Sammi Horner, who’s 35 and from North Walsham, has been charged with encouraging an offender under Section 45 of the Serious Crime Act.

Blackmore was taken into Horner has been released on bail.

They’re both due to appear at Norwich Magistrates Court on 24 November.

Family tribute to North Walsham teenager who died in collision

19-year-old Preston Fulcher Credit: Family photograph

The family of a North Walsham teenager who died in a collision at Westwick at the weekend have paid tribute to a "kind, fun-loving and thoughtful young gentleman".

19-year-old Preston Fulcher died after the car he was in crashed near Captain's Pond.

"We are absolutely devastated by the loss of Preston; there are no words to describe how we feel at the moment. We’ve lost the most precious, beautiful boy who was fun loving, caring, kind and thoughtful, well-known locally and loved."

– Family statement

The Independent Police Complaints Commission is investigating the circumstances around the collision.

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Norfolk school vandalised for the second time

Windows were smashed at the school Credit: ITV News Anglia

Parents and pupils at a primary school in Norfolk have taken matters into their own hands after the playground was vandalised for a second time.

The head teacher of North Walsham Junior School discovered vandals had broken windows and kicked in doors at the weekend.

The doors on the school's metal play shed were ripped off and all the toys thrown over the field.

Fence work was kicked in where the children can eat and have lunch outside and seating had been smashed, while there was glass allover the place.

Clare Fletcher looks over the area that was damaged by vandals. Credit: ITV News Anglia

"It was a lot of mess and the worst thing was the broken glass and I was really quite worried. We have spent a lot of money and time and energy to put together a really good play area for the children, so for it to be abused in this way it was soul destroying again."

– Clare Fletcher, Executive Head teacher of North Walsham Infant and Junior schools

Following an appeal on social media dozens of parents arrived to repair the damage in time for Monday morning.

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