A man in his 30s has been arrested after getting into a secure hangar at Norwich Airport and assaulting two people.
The area remains cordoned off - although the airport is open - after police were called just before 2.30am today (Tuesday April 25).
The victims both suffered minor injuries. A third person was threatened but was unhurt.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of assault.
Two large safes containing an undisclosed amount of cash have been stolen in Norwich.
The burglary took place in the early hours of Monday morning.
A property on Aylsham Road was broken into and the safes taken.
One has since been found in the Ringland Hills area, to the north-west of the city, but the second is still missing.
A man and woman, aged 44 and 33, have been arrested on suspicion of neglect following the search for a missing three-year-old in Essex.
The girl was found safe and well after an appeal by police over the weekend.
Officers had been concerned about her welfare having not been able to make contact with the family since last Tuesday.
The body of a woman missing for more than a fortnight is believed to have been found alongside that of a man near Wisbech.
Kanwal Bernice Williams, 50, from Lutton, in Lincolnshire, had not been seen since March 25.
Two bodies were found at a house in the Lutton area, which is between Spalding, King's Lynn and Wisbech.
Police, who are treating the deaths as "unexplained", have confirmed they are linking the discovery with the missing person inquiry.
The force added: "Police are not seeking anyone else in connection with this inquiry."
Investigations into the deaths are ongoing and formal identifications are not expected to take place until later this week.
A 37-year-old man has been charged with grievous bodily harm following an assault at a takeaway shop in Essex.
The victim, a 61-year-old man, remains in a life-threatening condition after the attack at Southern Fried Chicken at St Botolph's Street in Colchester early on Saturday morning.
Scott Williams, from Colchester, is in police custody and will appear before magistrates on Monday (April 10).
Robbers went on a crime spree through Southend in a Ford Fiesta.
Police were first called to reports of a theft at The Broadway just before 1.45am on Sunday (April 9).
Two men forced their way into a shop and stole cash from the till.
They went on to use the car to reverse into a shop front at Shaftesbury Avenue, where they attempted to steal a till, before crashing the vehicle on Northumberland Crescent and fleeing.
The Fiesta has been recovered by police and officers are appealing for witnesses.
A 61-year-old man was left in a life-threatening condition after being attacked in a takeaway shop in Colchester.
The victim was knocked unconscious and suffered a serious head injury when he was assaulted in Southern Fried Chicken on St Botolph's Street just before 1am on Saturday.
A 37-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm and remains in custody.
Police want to speak to a man and a woman who were in the shop at the time of the attack.
A woman in her 20s has been left with a suspected broken jaw after she was punched and stamped on during an attack in Colchester this morning.
The victim was assaulted outside Jan and Phil’s in Barrack Street at around 3.30am.
Police say her attacker is described as of Asian appearance and wore a grey hat. He is believed to have left the scene in a blue or black vehicle.
Anyone who has any information can contact police at Colchester CID on 101.
A pedestrian is in a serious condition after being hit by a car on a Bedfordshire high street.
A 21-year-old man has been arrested following the crash at High Street North in Dunstable at about 4.38am today (Saturday).
Bedfordshire Police were quick to assure the public it was not a "terror related incident".
Officers have referred the crash to the Independent Police Complaints Commission because of "prior police contact".
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