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Police appeal to find missing 13-year-old girl

Beatrice Sandu Credit: Suffolk Police

Police are appealing for help to trace a teenage girl who's gone missing from Lowestoft.

Beatrice Sandu, aged 13, was last seen at 10.30pm on Friday 21 December at her home in Ship Road and was discovered missing at 7.30am on Saturday 22 December

She is described as white, five feet tall, of slight build with very long black hair, brown eyes and a tanned complexion.

She has connections to the Diss area and it is possible that she may have travelled there.

Anyone who sees a girl matching the description should contact Suffolk police on 101.

Man charged after police van was stolen in Lowestoft

Credit: ITV News Anglia

A man from Lowestoft has been charged with seven offences following an incident where a police van was stolen in the town.

The marked van was taken from Lowestoft police station on Saturday 10th November in the evening.

Police were called to reports that the van was being driven erratically in Lowestoft, Pakefield, Kessingland and Halesworth.

It was found abandoned in Bungay the following morning (Sunday 11th November).

27-year old Sean Warman from Park Road in Lowestoft has been charged with the following offences:

  • Aggravated vehicle taking and dangerous driving.
  • Blackmail.
  • Robbery.
  • Driving whilst disqualified.
  • Driving without insurance.
  • Two counts of impersonating a police constable.

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Have you seen Thomas the Tank Engine? Police appeal after train stolen

The train is described as a 'blue locomotive with a Thomas the Tank Engine face'. Credit: Suffolk Police

Thieves have stolen a Thomas the Tank Engine train - complete with two passenger carriages - from a shipping container in Suffolk.

The train, described as a 'distinctive blue locomotive', was taken some time between 4.30pm on Tuesday 17 July and 10.45am on Wednesday 18 July.

Thieves broke into a blue shipping container just off Kirkley Cliff Road in Lowestoft.

Police think a lorry may have been used to remove the vehicle.

Anybody who saw or heard anything suspicious or who has any information as to the whereabouts of the train should call Lowestoft Police on 101.

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