Murdered pensioner Una Crown's niece has appealed for help to catch her killer six months after she was found dead in her Wisbech home.
Cannabis plants with an estimated street value of a quarter of a million pounds have been seized in West Norfolk.
A Nobel prize winning scientist who was born in Cambridgeshire has returned to his home town of Wisbech to talk about his achievements.
Farmer Tony Martin, who was jailed for shooting dead a burglar in 1999, has said he confronted a burglar on his property yesterday.
Mr Martin, who was convicted of murder following the 1999 incident but later saw this reduced to manslaughter, said he caught the burglar in the act near an outbuilding at his property near Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, yesterday.
He said the would-be burglar drove off when he confronted him and he decided not to attempt to stop him, adding: "I couldn't face going through all that again."
A spokesman for Norfolk Police said: "Police were called to reports of an attempted burglary of outbuildings at a property in Wisbech at around 1.20pm yesterday. Inquiries are ongoing."
Detectives hunting the killer of Wisbech pensioner Una Crown say they've been encouraged by last night's Crimewatch appeal.
Cambrisgeshire Police say they've received a number of interesting calls regarding the 86-year-old's murder.
The body of Una Crown, who was 86, was discovered at her bungalow in Wisbech earlier this year. Police say anyone with information should call the Major Crime Unit on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.
Cambridgeshire Police has made a television appeal to help solve a murder.
The body of Una Crown, who was 86, was discovered at her bungalow in Wisbech earlier this year.
Last night's Crimewatch programme featured a reconstruction of her last known movements.
Detective Inspector David Grierson said: "We hope the Crimewatch appeal will help us get that vital piece of information to help bring whoever is responsible for Una Crown's murder to justice.
"She was a small lady who posed no threat to anyone - hopefully the reconstruction will show that and encourage anyone with information to call police."
Police investigating the murder of a pensioner from Wisbech will appeal for help to catch her killer on Crimewatch tonight, Monday 29th April.
A reconstruction of the 86-year-old Una Crown's last-known movements will be shown on the programme on BBC1 at 9pm.
Mrs Crown's body was discovered in her bungalow in Magazine Lane, on January 13th.
She had been stabbed and then set on fire in an apparent effort to disguise her injuries and destroy evidence.
Detective Inspector David Grierson said: "She was a small lady who posed no threat to anyone - hopefully the reconstruction will show that and encourage anyone with information to call police."
A £10,000 reward is being offered by independent charity Crimestoppers for information which leads to the arrest and conviction of the killer.
Anyone with any information should call the Major Crime Unit on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.
People are being urged to secure their caravans following a spate of thefts in the Wisbech area.
Police say owners should use good quality hitch locks or wheel clamps. Gas compartments should be locked and owners should consider fitting a tracking device.
People are being urged to secure their caravans following a spate of thefts in the Wisbech area. Cambridgeshire Police says owners should use good quality hitch locks or wheel clamps. Gas compartments should be locked and owners should consider fitting a tracking device.
Detectives investigating the murder of Wisbech pensioner Una Crown, 86, say they have received an encouraging response from an anniversary appeal.
Mrs Crown's body was found in her bungalow three months ago. She had been stabbed and her body set on fire.
Letters appealing for information were posted to every household in Magazine Lane last week and a mobile police station set up nearby.
Posters went up advertising a £10,000 Crimestoppers reward . The police say they are following up a number of fresh lines of enquiry.
A couple from Wisbech whose pet tortoise went missing say they can't believe he's been found ten months after he disappeared.
Four year old Sydney had been left in the garden last June while Yvette White answered the phone.
He was only discovered this month when Yvette's partner Paul Bodger began building an extension to their house and uncovered Sydney with a digger.
Investigations are continuing to find out what caused a large fire at a farm in Cambridgeshire. Four fire engines were called to Whittlesea road in March just before 4pm yesterday to find 60 potato pallets well alight. No one was hurt.
Firefighters have been tackling a blaze at a farm in Cambridgeshire. It broke out at the farm on Whittlesea Road in Wisbech just before four this afternoon. On arrival fire fighters found 60 potato pallets close to a barn well alight. Four fore engines were called. No one was hurt.