Police are investigating after a 42-year-old man was stabbed in the stomach in Ipswich.
Officers were contacted by the ambulance service around 7.45pm yesterday, Sunday 4 October, to reports a man had been stabbed while he was in the Christchurch Street area sometime earlier.
Police want to trace three men, one who was wearing a grey tracksuit, who were seen in the area around this time.
The 42-year-old has been taken to Addenbrookes hospital as a precaution as he may have sustained an injury to his liver.
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What's believed to be the first swimming pool for dogs has just been opened near Ipswich.
It's at the Suffolk Canine Creche at Martlesham - and is sure to be a popular attraction for the 350 dogs that are brought here every week.
The idea has come from the United States.
"We looked into it and I've invested in bringing over one of the pools from America, that's specially designed by a company which makes them for canine creches. So all you can see is totally dog friendly and safe."
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A motorist has been left with injuries to his face, neck and back after being beaten up by a gang in Ipswich.
The attack happened at about 4am on Saturday at the junction with Chevalier Street.
The 30 year old victim was driving onto Bramford Lane when his path was blocked by four men, described as being of mixed race appearance and in their 20s.
He asked them to move out of the road but one of the four approached his vehicle and punched him in the face. HIs windscreen and car windows were also smashed in.
The driver tried to escape by leaving the car and running away but was set upon by the men and assaulted. He eventually managed to get back in his vehicle and drive away.
Police are asking anyone who may have seen the incident or anyone with information about the men involved to contact Ipswich CID on 101, quoting crime number IW/15/4432.
A 20-year old man has died following a collision on the A11 at Barton Mills on Friday 2nd October.
Police were called just before 1.30pm to reports that a silver Skoda and a motorcycle were involved in a collision.
The young man was taken to Addenbrooke's where he died late last night.
Officers are appealing for witnesses to come forward.
A road safety campaign launched by Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies has won a top public relations award.
'David's Story' won Gold for the Public Sector Campaign at the CIPR (Chartered Institute of Public Relations) Awards for the Anglia, Thames and Chiltern region in Cambridge.
Judges praised the campaign, saying it was "sensitively handled" adding the Constabularies communications team were "creative, brave and professional" in the production and delivery of the road safety video.
The video features film captured on the headcam of Norwich motorcyclist David Holmes, killed on the A47 at Honingham in June 2013.
The campaign attracted worldwide attention and has had more than 17.4 million views to date.
"It's an honour to receive this award for David's Story which I believe can only have a positive effect on casualty reduction across Norfolk, Suffolk and beyond. A large amount of this success would not have been possible without the continuing support of Brenda and her family and it was pleasing to have her with us accepting the award last night."
"This is something I know David would have wanted me to do. I think he would be proud of what we have achieved."
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Police searching for a man who disappeared from court whilst he was on trial for downloading child pornography believe he may be in Ireland.
53-year-old Julian Myerscough, who is from the Manchester area but previously resided in Lowestoft, absconded from Ipswich Crown Court on Wednesday 30 September, during a recess while the jury had retired to consider its verdict.
Myerscough was found guilty of all charges in his absence.
Suffolk Police say investigations have led them to believe he is in Ireland. They applied for a European Arrest Warrant to the judge who granted it.
Officers are now working alongside the National Crime Agency and the Garda.