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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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Home buyers looking for properties with a view of the sea can expect to pay a typical £68,000 premium, according to new research.
Homes in seaside towns which boast a sea view have a price tag which is £68,632 or 29% higher on average than properties in seaside towns where home owners cannot see the waves from their windows, according to Rightmove.
The analysis looked at all properties for sale under £1 million in seaside towns across mainland Britain, and found that the average asking price for a sea view is £304,702, compared with £236,070 for a home without one.
The highest price premium was found in Felixstowe in Suffolk, where a sea view could attract a 57% premium - meaning buyers could pay over £143,000 more on average.
Essex and Suffolk police have issued a warning after a number of people in the two counties were targeted by sophisticated email scammers.Read the full story ›
A 50-year-old man from Ipswich has died after a crash in Cambridgeshire on Friday night (July 13).
Mitica Baiculescu, from London Road, was a passenger in a Volkswagen and died after a crash on the A1307 at Linton.
At about 9.15pm a black Volkswagen Passat and a blue Audi A3 collided outside Dalehead Foods in Cambridge Road.
The drivers of both vehicles and three passengers in the Volkswagen sustained serious injuries and were taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge where one person remains.
“I would like to hear from anyone who witnessed the collision or either of the vehicles in the moments leading up to it. “It happened around the time of a shift changeover at Dalehead Foods therefore there were a number of cars leaving the site around the time of the collision.
"I am particularly keen to hear from any employees who were leaving or arriving at the site around this time.”
An 82-year-old man has gone missing from Shotley Gate near Ipswich.
Peter Sutcliffe was last seen at 09:50 this morning on a bus heading towards Ipswich.
Peter was last seen wearing a dark coloured baseball cap, cream T-shirt with “old guys rule” written on the front, jeans and white shoes.
Peter’s family and officers are concerned for his welfare and are asking anyone who has seen Peter or who has any information on where he may be to contact Suffolk Police on 101 quoting CAD 81 of 18th July 2018.
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