Police are appealing for help to trace a missing 15-year-old girl from Norfolk.
Tayler McGovern originally went missing from Norfolk on Wednesday, but is now believed to be in the Ipswich area.
Tayler is described as white, around 5ft 6ins tall, of medium build with brown eyes and long dark hair that she often wears in a plait.
At the time she was last seen she was wearing a thigh length fluffy white coat, black leggings or jeans and black trainers and was carrying a black handbag with fake gems on it.
Anyone who may have seen her in Ipswich, or anyone who may have any information about where she is now is asked to contact Suffolk Police.
Traders in Cambridge are expressing concerns at the number of homeless people in the city.
They say that a controversial council plan has seen numbers rise, after councils like Norwich have been sending homeless people to Cambridge because there are more opportunities there.
The claim comes after the number of rough sleepers in the city increased, from 135 to 152 in the last year.
Norwich City Council say that no individuals have been part of their "reconnection" scheme in the last 12 months.
Our records show that this council has not reconnected any rough sleeper to Cambridge in the last 12 months'
However, most local authorities, including Norwich, have signed up to a 'reconnection' approach which allows them to focus their limited resources on clients who have a local connection to their area.
We recognise that this is not always a straightforward issue but it's important to note that the process of 'reconnection' is widely accepted as a useful tool in reducing the numbers of people rough sleeping on the street.
A fifth person has been arrested in connection with the murder of a 56-year-old man in Northampton.
David Miller was found dead at his home address in Patterdale Walk, on Tuesday (14 June).
The woman, aged 39 and of no fixed abode, was arrested today in Northampton.
She is currently being held in police custody for questioning.
Four people have appeared at Northampton Crown Court charged with his murder.
Police investigating the disappearance of Sylvia Stuart say they have no expectation of finding Sylvia alive.
Ali Qazimaj from Essex who was wanted in connection with the investigation, has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of both Peter and Sylvia Stuart from Suffolk.
The force confirmed yesterday that the search for Mrs Stuart, who disappeared after her husband was stabbed to death on 3 June, had become a murder inquiry.
A staff member identified Mr Qazimaj in Luxembourg, who police had been searching for since 6 June, after seeing pictures of him on the internet.
It's now nearly three weeks since Sylvia was last seen on CCTV. I don't have any expectation of finding Sylvia alive.
We've conducted a huge amount of searching around the Weybread area and now we're looking down the A12 and looking along the routes from the Weybread area down towards Tilbury.
Three Bedfordshire police officers have been served with gross misconduct notices and are under criminal investigation in relation to the circumstances surrounding the death of a Bedford man.
Karl Brunner died on 11 May in Bedford town centre.
IPCC investigators are examining their use of force during Mr Brunner’s restraint and the provision of emergency medical care.
A post mortem did not identify his cause of death and tests are ongoing.
Following careful consideration of the evidence we have gathered so far, we have now launched a criminal investigation into the circumstances surrounding Mr Brunner’s death.
“The launch of a criminal investigation does not mean that charges will necessarily follow.
I would urge people not to speculate about the circumstances of Mr Brunner’s death and await the outcome of our investigation.
“As this is now a criminal investigation, the IPCC is limited in the amount of information which can be released into the public domain.
We continue to keep Mr Brunner’s family updated with our progress and our thoughts remain with all of those affected by his death.
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A 43-year-old man has been charged with indecent exposure outside a school in Bedfordshire.
Marius Botan, of no fixed abode, was arrested after police received reports of a man indecently exposing himself outside Linslade Middle School on Tuesday. (14 June)
He has subsequently been charged with exposure, theft, and possessing a knife in a public place.
Botan has been remanded in custody pending a court appearance at Luton Magistrates’ Court on 22 June.
I would like to reassure the public that we took rapid action upon receiving the reports of the incident, which we understand may have been unsettling for the community.
A "significant update" on the investigation into the murder of Peter Stuart and the disappearance of his wife Sylvia from Suffolk is to be given at a conference this afternoon.
Peter Stuart's body was discovered near his home in Weybread. His wife Sylvia is still missing.
Detectives are continuing to work with colleagues in Europe to trace the lead supsect, Ali Qazimaj.
The conference is due to be held by Suffolk Police at 3pm.
A seven-year-old has been injured in a hit and run collision in Peterborough.
The boy was injured when a motorcross bike hit him on a footpath at Redmile Walk at around 3.10 yesterday.
He suffered slight injuries and was seen by ambulance crews but wasn't taken to hospital.
Following the accident, the motorcyclist was seen making off towards Eye Road. He was described as wearing a black jumper and white shorts.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the police on 101.
“This incident could have quite easily caused a lot more harm and so I would urge anyone who may have seen something to get in contact.”
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