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Cyclist dies in Suffolk collision

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A cyclist has died following a serious collision with a car in Clare in Suffolk.

Police were called at 3.35pm on Sunday 1 May to Nethergate Street. The cyclist, a 44 year old man from Haverhill, died at the scene.

The road remains closed while an investigation takes place. Witnesses are asked to contact Suffolk Police SCIT on 101.

Concern for missing 37-year old man from Suffolk

Christopher Mcleod was last seen leaving his home address in Woodside View. Credit: Suffolk Police

Police are growing increasingly concerned for a missing 37-year old man from Honington.

Christopher Mcleod was last seen leaving his home address in Woodside View, Honington, at around 11.30pm on Friday 30 April and has not been seen or heard from since.

There is concern as he left without taking personal items with him.

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Picture: Flowers laid at school of teen killed by air gun

Flowers have been laid at Thurston Community College today. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Flowers have been laid at the school of a teenager from Suffolk who was killed by air rifle at the weekend.

13-year-old Ben Wragge was shot in the chest with an air gun on Sunday afternoon.

Thurston Community College are holding special assemblies this morning to remember their former pupil who has been described as 'a mature and intelligent young man.'

School 'heartbroken' by death of teenager killed by air rifle

Ben Wragge was shot in the village of Thurston near Bury St Edmunds. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A school in Suffolk has paid tribute to one of their pupils who died over the weekend.

13-year-old Ben Wragge was shot in the chest with an air gun on Sunday afternoon.

The headteacher at Thurston Community College, Helen Wilson, said he was a 'mature and intelligent young man.'

Two teenagers who were arrested have been bailed.

This is a heartbreaking time for Thurston Community College, Thurston Village and our wider community. We are deeply saddened by the sudden death of Ben Wragge.

Ben was a mature and intelligent young man. As a member of Year 9 and Penrose House, he was an extremely likeable character, whose calm and respectful demeanour made him popular across the College. Ben will be sadly missed by his friends and staff.

The aftermath of this tragedy will be felt throughout our entire community. Our immediate priority is to provide support for those students affected.

Our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with Ben’s family and friends at this time.

– Helen Wilson, Thurston Community College Principal

Cyclist dies after road collision in Suffolk

A cyclist has died after a road collision in Clare, Suffolk.

Police were called to the A1092 Nethergate Street at 3.35pm on Sunday 1st May to reports of a collision between a bike and a car.

The male cyclist who is 44 and from Haverhill, was declared dead at the scene.

Any witnesses should call Suffolk police on the 101 number.

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