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Police are continuing to search for a man who has gone missing from Brandon.
23 year old Jimmy Williamson was reported as missing to police on Thursday 15 March. He was last seen by his mother on Wednesday 14 March when she saw him get on a bus at Brandon that was travelling to Thetford. It is now believed he could be in the King’s Lynn area and work is continuing to try to locate him.
He is described as vulnerable, five foot 10 inches tall, thin build and has curly dark hair. When last seen he was wearing an old black leather jacket and old jeans when last seen. He maybe also carrying an old rug.
Enquiries are on-going to locate Jimmy and anyone who has seen Jimmy or a person matching the description given they should contact Suffolk police on 101.
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Police are appealing for witnesses following a two vehicle collision in Hepworth.
Officers were called shortly before 12 midday on Thursday 26 October, to reports of a collision in Summer Road between a motorcyclist and a car.
The male motorcyclist has sustained injuries and has been taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital for treatment.
Summer Road and Clay Lane were closed at the junction with the A143 following the collision but have now reopened.
Anyone who witnessed the collision or who has information is asked to call Suffolk Police on 101 quoting CAD 175 of 26 October.
Police are appealing for witnesses after receiving a report of common assault and threatening behaviour in Brandon.
The incident occurred at around 12.30pm on Sunday 22 October in Brandon Country Park.
The victim, a man aged in his 60s, was walking his dog when he was approached by a man, a woman and a teenage boy, who used threatening behaviour towards him, with the man pushing him several times.
The suspects, who were all white and walking two pug dogs, are described as follows:The man; approximately 5ft 10in tall, stocky build, with stubble. He was wearing a red anorak with the hood up.
The woman; approximately 5ft 3in tall, with black hair, and wearing a tweed jacket.
The boy; aged around 16-years-old, and with short hair.
There were a number of other people reported to have been in the park at the time and officers are appealing for any potential witnesses to come forward.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact the Forest Heath Neighbourhood Response Team at Mildenhall Police Station on 101 quoting reference 68843/17.
Police are appealing for witnesses and information following a fail-to-stop collision in Mildenhall.
The incident occurred on the new crossing in Kingsway at some point between 7am and 7:30am last Wednesday, 18 October, when a car – thought to be a small, light-coloured car with round headlights – was in collision with a teenage pedestrian.
She was initially knocked unconscious and was treated in hospital for minor injuries, but has since been discharged.
Police would like to thank the members of public who stopped at the scene to assist the girl, and are making enquiries to trace the vehicle involved.
Officers are keen to speak to anyone who have seen the collision and anyone who may have information about the vehicle or driver involved.
If you can help, please contact the roads policing team at Suffolk Police on 101 quoting CAD 48 of 18 October.
|Engagement Officers launch new project ‘Community SOS’|
A new project is being launched by Norfolk Constabulary’s seven Engagement Officers in a bid to build stronger links with local communities. Called ‘Community SOS’, they will as a group give up a day, when not on duty, to assist with a local project in their district. The officers have been in post for a year, with their roles supporting existing community relationships by growing new local activities and providing enhanced visibility in every district. This is through the use of social media, Police Connect and frequent face-to-face meetings. Additionally, the officers are supporting and increasing the use of Special Constables, Police Cadets, Police Support Volunteers, Neighbourhood Watch and Community Speed Watch schemes.
The seven officers are:
• PC Emily Carter – King’s Lynn and West Norfolk
PC Jim Squires said “We have just launched this initiative and need your help! “We are looking for a community project for each of the seven districts, which could do with a little help. “If you have a village hall that needs a re-paint or an over-grown garden that needs tidying up, we want to come along and help for the day. “The Police Cadets are also available to come and help if it requires more man-power.”
The closing date for people to send their ‘Community SOS’ request in is Tuesday 31 October 2017. The Engagement Officers will then choose one project to help with in each district and will contact the coordinator directly to arrange dates and times. If you have a project suitable for this, please send a brief, which is no more than 500 words, along with any pictures to: firstname.lastname@example.org by the closing date.