Norfolk police are investigating after a child was injured with what is believed to be an air weapon.
It happened on Guildhall street in Thetford shortly before 7 this evening.
The boy was taken to hospital after suffering minor injuries to his body. Officers are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.
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Among those paying tribute to comedy writer Jimmy Perry - who died yesterday at the age of 93 - are volunteers at the Dad's Army Museum in Thetford.
Jimmy Perry co-created the sitcom - which first aired in 1968 - not realising it would still keep the nation laughing nearly 50 years later.
Dad's Army was filmed in Thetford, where a statue of lead character Captain Mainwaring serves as a permanent reminder of the part the town played in the making of the show.
"We are a tight community at the Dad's Army here. We've got good volunteers.
"Jimmy Perry was the one who started it all, along with David Croft, who unfortunately is no longer with us either. So I would imagine we're all feeling a bit sad."
A former Hi-de-Hi actor has paid tribute to the show's creator Jimmy Perry, who died yesterday at the age of 93.
He co-created several classic sitcoms, including Dad's Army, filmed in Thetford.
David Webb, from Manningtree, worked with him on Hi-de-Hi, which was as filmed in the seaside town Dovercourt in Essex.
"He loved watching his repeats on the television - Dad's Army is forever on the television and Hi-de-Hi is running also at the moment.
"He loved all that and he was very proud of his programmes, rightly so."
Dad's Army co-creator Jimmy Perry has died at the age of 93.
He co-wrote a host of classic sitcoms including Dad's Army which was filmed in Thetford and Hi De Hi which was filmed in the seaside town Dovercourt in Essex.
Dad's Army ran from 1968 for 80 episodes over nine years while Hi-de-Hi ran for eight years.
Mr Perry's experiences as a Home Guard during World War Two and as a Butlin's holiday camp Redcoat influenced his writing.
Police are investigating the 'unexplained death' of a man at a school in Norfolk.
The body was discovered just before 2pm in the grounds of Diamond Academy, in Hillary Road.
A seal has been placed at the scene.
It's not thought that the body is that of a pupil at the school.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a serious crash on the A11 at Attleborough Sunday 19 June.
The single-vehicle collision happened at about 8.35am at the junction with London Road when a black Audi A4 travelling towards Thetford left the roadside, crashing into the Stag roundabout.
A woman in her 70s, one of the passengers, suffered serious head injuries and was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge by air ambulance for treatment where she remains in a serious but stable condition. The driver and two other passengers suffered minor injuries and were treated at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.
The road was closed while emergency services dealt with the incident and fully re-opened at 1pm.
A gold panner from Norfolk has found Britain's biggest nugget off the Welsh coast.
Vincent Thurkettle discovered the lump of metal, which is the size of an egg, after spending seven years searching the water off Anglesey.
It's from a boat that sank more than 150 years ago. The discovery is believed to be worth up to £50,000.
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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