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Police have arrested four males on suspicion of drug offences in Great Yarmouth.
Officers issued a warrant at a property in Queens Road this morning (Wednesday 21 February) and seized cash and a number of weapons, including a cosh, knives and a hammer.
Misconduct hearings are held to present the facts of the case and allow officers to give an explanation of their conduct and the circumstances surrounding the allegation. Witnesses may also be called to be give evidence.
Residents are being warned to be vigilant in the Downham Market area after thieves targeted a number of vehicles overnight.
Two vans were broken into on Retreat Estate and three further vans were broken into on Otter Close, Grimshoe Road and Smeeth Road in Marshland St James between 5.30pm on Wednesday 21 February and 7am on Thursday 22 February.
Police have issued a further warning for residents to be vigilant to cold callers claiming to be police officers following an incident in the Norwich area.
It comes after an elderly resident received a call on Wednesday 21 February 2018 from someone claiming to be a ‘Detective Sergeant John Carod’ stating he ‘intercepted some males who had her credit card details’.
Police are appealing for help from the public to trace a 24-year-old Thetford man who is wanted.
Benjamin Cook, who also has links in Suffolk, is wanted on recall to prison after breaching the terms of his licence.
Cook is described as being white, 6ft 1, of a heavy build, with short dark hair.
Although it is impossible to totally eliminate crime, research shows that the risk of crime can be reduced by addressing security at the design stage. Refurbished estates in particular see a major reduction in crime through the 'Secured by Design' (SBD) initiative.
Police support volunteers (PSVs) are people from various walks of life who dedicate some of their spare time to help us make the county a safer place.
As a police support volunteer you will be a key member of our police family, which includes police officers, police community support officers, police staff and the specials.
A woman missing from South Norfolk has been found.
Linda Brighten, aged 62 from Newton Flotman, was reported missing this morning.
She has now returned home.
Officers would like to thank the public and the media for their help with this appeal.
Police have arrested a man in connection with a robbery in Sheringham.
It happened at the Sheringham Putting Green on Station Road between 4pm and 4.15pm on Saturday 24 February. The victim, a man in his late teens, was approached by another man who demanded cash and threatened him with what is believed to have been a knife.