A woman in her 50s has been found dead in a property in Suffolk - alongside a man in his 90s with a head injury.
Police were called to Acheson Way in Aldeburgh at 10.40am on Monday October 15 after ambulance workers found the woman.
The man was taken to hospital where he is in a critical condition.
Officers believe the two people were known to each other.
Police remain on the scene and are treating the death as unexplained.
A 39-year-old man has been arrested after a 10-year-old girl reported being grabbed on her way to school in Bury St Edmunds.
The young victim was walking along Abbeygate Street between 8.15am and 8.45am on Wednesday October 3.
She was approached by a man who grabbed the hood of her coat and asked if she wanted to go to his house. The girl - who was unharmed but very frightened - refused and ran away.
A 39-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of common assault and is being questioned at Bury St Edmunds Investigation Centre.
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Officers targeted two properties in Cambridge and two in Peterborough in connection with the suspected exploitation of sex workers.
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Police have named the woman stabbed to death in King's Lynn late on Friday.
Cristina Magda-Calancea, who was 26, was found at an address at Fenland Road with serious injuries around 10.15pm on September 21.
She had been stabbed a number of times and later died in hospital.
Gediminas Jasinskas, 29, of Tennyson Avenue in King's Lynn, has been charged with murder and possession of an offensive weapon.
He appeared at Norwich Magistrates' Court this morning.
A 17-year-old boy is in a stable condition after being stabbed in Essex.
Police were called to Windmere Road in Southend just before 10.30pm on Friday, September 21.
A teenage boy had been stabbed and was taken to hospital for treatment.
Officers said they believed it was an isolated incident and did not think there was a wider threat to the community.
A man from Northamptonshire has been charged with the new offence of endangering a police helicopter by shining a laser pen at it.
It's alleged that Voyslav Dimitrov, from Minerva Way in Wellingborough, shone a green laser into the cockpit as the helicopter was taking part in a search on Saturday (September 15).
The 28-year-old has been bailed to appear before Northampton Magistrates’ Court on October 15.
The Laser Misuse (Vehicles) Act was introduced in May this year.
It means it is now an offence to shine or direct a laser beam towards a vehicle, regardless of intent, removing the need for police officers to establish proof of intention to cause a safety hazard.
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Police are searching for a man with a suspected stab wound after two people suffered serious injuries in Bury St Edmunds.
A man in his 20s was found at the scene of an assault in the street at Shillitoe Close at about 6.35pm on Saturday, August 18.
He was taken to hospital with a serious head injury and is in a stable condition.
But police believe a second man was also injured.
The victim - described as white, between 25 and 30 years old, 6ft 4in tall with black hair and wearing a black jumper, blue jeans and a baseball cap - is thought to have been stabbed in his leg or left side.
He is said to have limped off in the direction of the town centre but has not yet been found.
A knife was discovered in nearby Albert Crescent soon after. Police think it was used in the assault which they have described as a targeted attack.