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Watton and Swaffham Crime

Yesterday, 11:17
Norfolk Police

Two tractors and three tractor Global Positioning Systems (GPS) have been stolen from farms in north Norfolk.

One in five hate crimes in Norfolk are being closed without identifying a suspect, as forces have been urged to improve their response.

Home Office

Watchdogs have warned people in Norfolk in Suffolk not to fall for scam texts offering council tax refunds.

A meeting to discuss a recent run of anti-social behaviour in a town has been held.

Claire Bowes

A teenage girl has been arrested for assaulting a police officer and on suspicion of criminal damage.

A man in his 50s has been arrested on suspicion of indecently exposing himself.

Residents of a “lovely quiet road” have been left livid after vandals carved images of obscene body parts onto their cars.

Police have expressed their concerns about the number of vehicles on the road with no insurance after a string of drivers were stopped.

Police have said that Norfolk “does not have a big knife crime problem” despite new figures revealing it has risen in the county.

A judge has said the “state has failed miserably” by allowing prisons to be flooded with the drug Spice after a drug addict accrued hundreds of pounds of debt in Wayland Prison.

Stephen Holt

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Yesterday, 11:17

Two tractors and three tractor Global Positioning Systems (GPS) have been stolen from farms in north Norfolk.

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Norfolk Police
Yesterday, 09:53

A cycle club is riding 100 miles for a children’s bereavement charity after a member’s partner died too young.

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Tue, 16:49

A businessman has been warned he faces prison after he was convicted following the death of a skip hire firm worker who was suffocated when his clothing became caught in machinery.

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James Criddle

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