Luke Durbin went missing after a night out in 2006

Luke Durbin: Police investigate new leads

Detectives investigating the disappearance of teenager Luke Durbin say they've received information of 'real interest' after a TV appeal.

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'Noxious substance' death woman named

A woman who died in Hogarth Road in Ipswich on Tuesday after going into cardiac arrest has been named as 24-year-old Jade Bagley,

A post mortem examination is due to take place today to ascertain the cause of death.

Three people have been arrested and bailed on suspicion of administering a noxious substance.

Police continue to appeal to anyone with information in relation to this incident to contact Ipswich CID on 101.

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Antique gun handed to police after school incident

An antique gun has been handed over to police following an incident at an education centre in Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk.

Police were contacted by a member of staff at Suffolk County Council over reports that a teacher had brought a gun into class.

A spokesman for Suffolk Police said:

"The same day, officers were dispatched to speak to the students, who confirmed that an antique gun had been shown to students by their teacher.

"The teacher was visited by officers who searched his home address for any unlawful firearms and questioned him in relation to the alleged offence.

"A de-commissioned, antique firearm was voluntarily surrendered to firearms officers for further inspection and words of advice were given to the teacher."

An investigation is on going.

Three bailed after 'noxious substance' death in Ipswich

Three people arrested on suspicion of administering a noxious substance following the death of a woman in Ipswich have been released on police bail.

Police were called to a house in Hogarth Road in Ipswich at about 11:30pm on Tuesday March 12.

The woman, who was in her twenties, died at the scene after suffering cardiac arrest.

A 33-year-old man, a 21-year-old man and a 38-year-old woman, who are all from Ipswich, were arrested on suspicion of administering a noxious substance.

They were taken to the Martlesham Police Investigation Centre and have now been released pending further enquiries.

They are due to return to Martlesham Police Investigation Centre on Wednesday 8 May.

Police are appealing for information.

Arrests after woman dies in 'noxious substance' incident

Three people have been arrested on suspicion of administering a noxious substance after the death of a woman in Ipswich last night.

Police were called just after 11.30pm last night to a property in Hogarth Road to reports that a woman was in cardiac arrest.

The woman - who was in her twenties - was pronounced dead at the scene.

Officers remain on scene at two properties in Hogarth Road this morning.

A 33-year-old man, a 21-year-old man and a 38-year-old woman, who are all from Ipswich, have been taken to the Martlesham Police Investigation Centre where they remain.

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Suffolk's top cop sworn in

Douglas Paxton
Douglas Paxton Credit: Suffolk Police

Suffolk's new Chief Constable has been officially sworn in at Ipswich Magistrates court this morning.

Douglas Paxton has already spent 12 years in Suffolk after joining the force in the late 1980s. He arrives in his new post after leaving Staffordshire where he was Deputy Chief Constable.

Police hunt sex attacker

Police in Lowestoft are appealing for witnesses after reports that a 21-year-old woman was sexually assaulted in the town. The attack's said to have happened in a field off Britten Road in the early hours of Saturday while the victim was making her way home after a night out.

An area around the field has been cordoned off. The man is described as white, of medium build and in his mid 20s. He had short shaven hair and wore a tracksuit.

Police are keen to hear from anyone who may have seen a lone woman walking in the area of The Avenue, Tom Crisp Way, Britten Road, Britten Field and Delius Close in Lowestoft between 2am and 3.30am on Saturday 2 February.

8300 knives handed in

Over 8300 knives have been deposited in Suffolk’s knife bins since the “Bin a Blade” amnesty began.

An initial year-long amnesty saw 6125 knives left anonymously in six amnesty bins in 2011. The bins are still at Ipswich, Lowestoft, Bury St Edmunds and Mildenhall Police Stations.

8330 knives handed in is an amazing number, and the bins remain in place for anyone who wants to bin a blade. Whilst there is not a significant problem with knife crime in Suffolk, our amnesty is continuing to make people think about the consequences of carrying a knife and offering a way to dispose of them without prejudice.”

– Simon Ash, Chief Constable, Suffolk
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