Four men from Thetford have been jailed for a total of 21 jears after they beat up a man and left him naked in the woods.
The victim was walking on Gloucester Road in February last year when he was dragged into a car and taken to Mundford where he was attacked.
The four men were sentenced at Norwich Crown Court.
Mariusz Winiarski, aged 33 and of Guildford Way in Thetford, was sentenced to a total of eight years in prison.
Rafal Schmidla, aged 32 of Ely Way, Thetford was sentenced to a total of six years in prison.
Piotr Suchocki, aged 25 and of Ash Close, Thetford, was sentenced to a total of five years in prison
Daniel Jasinski, aged 27 and of Foxglove Road, Thetford, was sentenced to two years in prison.
The Forestry Commission, which looks after Thetford Forest, is warning that flytipping is becoming an increasing problem.
Clearing rubbish in our region costs the organisation around £100,000 a year.
They say the money could be spent on projects to improve the area for visitors to enjoy.
According to the Commission, people have been known to dump everything from domestic waste to two lorry loads of cavity wall insulation.
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James Bay is to play a gig in Thetford Forest as part of the Forestry Commission summer concert series.
He'll appear on Friday 1 July 2016 as part of the Forest Live even and tickets will go on sale on Friday 29 January.
James Bay has had a phenomenal year since winning the 2015 Critic’s Choice Brit Award. His debut album ‘Chaos And The Calm’ continues to ride high in the charts having been one of the best-selling UK albums of last year.
Forest Live is an independent programme organised by the Forestry Commission to bring forests to new audiences. Cash from ticket sales is spent on protecting,improving and expanding England’s forests and woodlands.
Norfolk Police are appealing for witnesses after wrapped christmas presents, jewellery and cash were stolen from a house in Thetford.
Burglars entered the property on Pound Lane in Shipdham sometime between last Thursday and last Sunday when the family were away.
They forced entry through the back door, ransacked the house and stole the items.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a 15-year-old girl was sexually assault in Thetford.
It happened at Canterbury Way some time between 10.30pm and 10.45pm on Friday November 6.
The victim was approached by a man who made offensive comments and touched her inappropriately.
She ran away towards St Albans Way and Ripon Way.
The man is described as being white, in his early 30s, of a medium build, about 5ft 4in tall, and bald. He was wearing baggy light blue jeans, dark blue and white trainers, and a dark hooded jumper.
A man has been charged with drugs offences after a large cannabis factory was found in Norfolk.
Police seized about 470 plants and equipment during a raid at a property at Lime Kiln Lane in Thetford just after 7pm on Monday October 5.
Quang Van Tran, 22, of Lime Kiln Lane, was arrested at the scene and has been charged with cultivating cannabis and abstracting electricity.
He was due to appear at Ipswich Magistrates' Court on Wednesday.
A fleet of vintage tractors thought to be worth around two million pounds will be sold off today at an auction near Thetford.
They'll go under the hammer at Camp Farm in Roudham, after their farmer and entrepreneur owner Paul Rackham decided to sell up despite working on the collection for 25 years.
Among them are models including John Deere, Ford and Allis Chalmers, with some dating back as far World War One.
People visiting Thetford forest today will get the chance to help scientists find out what makes certain diseases resistant to antibiotics.
Researchers from the University of East Anglia are studying bugs in the soil to try and better understand bacteria like MRSA.
They're at the forest today and are asking any visitors there to help them collect soil samples - which they will then analyse back in the lab.