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Officers have charged a man in connection with a number of thefts in Norwich.
37-year-old Rassel Ahmed of Rider Haggard Road in Norwich was charged with four counts of theft and one count of fraud following incidents on Magdalen Street and Plumstead Road between 10 January and 22 January 2018.
An 87-year-old man has been charged with a series of non-recent child sexual offences.
Paul Johnson, of Mount Street in King’s Lynn was charged by officers from Norfolk Constabulary’s Child Abuse Investigation Unit (CAIU) with 16 counts of indecent assault.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a fatal road collision on the A149 at Potter Heigham yesterday afternoon, Tuesday 23 January 2018.
It happened shortly after 3.30pm, when a grey Ford Galaxy, which was travelling in the direction of Great Yarmouth near to the junction of Station Road, has left the carriageway and collided with a bush.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a robbery in Gorleston last week.
It happened sometime between 10pm and 11.40pm on Friday 19 January, when the victim, a man aged in his 30s, was robbed of two mobile phones and his wallet containing cash, at the rear of the Celt pub on Quay Road in the town.
The victim sustained injuries to his face as a result of the incident.
A man has sadly died following a collision at Tilney All Saints at the weekend.
Officers were called shortly after 9.30am on Sunday 28 January to reports of a collision between a white Mercedes lorry and a white Nissan van on the A47 heading towards Wisbech.
Two men have been charged after a large cannabis factory was discovered in Tharston over the weekend.
A search was carried out around 2.30pm on Sunday 28 January where officers seized around 1000 plants and a large amount of hydroponics equipment at an industrial unit in Chequers Road.
Officers investigating the death of a body discovered in Norwich are treating its cause as unexplained, although it is not believed to be suspicious.
The discovery of the body was made by officers on Marriott’s Way, near to Bridge Street and Baker Street, shortly before 4.30pm on Wednesday (31 January).
A woman is due in court this morning (Monday 12 February) charged with attempted murder following a stabbing in Thetford in January.
Officers were called to a residential property in Kimms Belt at approximately 7.30pm on Wednesday 31 January 2018 and discovered a man in his 30s who had received stab wounds.
The victim is currently in a stable condition at Papworth Hospital.
Victims of sexual abuse and violence are being encouraged to speak out as Norfolk Police supports a national week-long campaign to raise awareness.
Sexual Abuse & Sexual Violence Awareness Week takes place across the UK from Monday 5 February until Sunday 11 February, with organisations across the county raising awareness of how to prevent it, using the hashtag #itsnotok2018.