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The scene at RAF Marham yesterday.  Picture: Albanpix
The scene at RAF Marham yesterday. Picture: Albanpix
                    Police hunt men who attacked jogger near his RAF station Police are hunting two men after they attempted to abduct  an RAF Marham serviceman at knifepoint while he was jogging near the West Norfolk base. He fought-off one of the men...

Welsh visitors open season at the Walks

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King’s Lynn Town start their Southern League season with a home match against Merthyr Town before a midweek derby date at St Neots. LINNETS 2016/17 August Sat 6 Merthyr

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Roundabout project delayed in Hunstanton

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A seven-month project to build new roundabout on the A149 at Hunstanton has been postponed following concerns raised by residents and parish councillors.  The  new roundabout

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RT @NorfolkPolice: Main suspect, who grabbed #Marham serviceman believed to have suffered injury Read more > https://t.co/tk3s42nM7o https:…

  • RAF Marham abduction attempt update from Norfolk police:

    "Detectives have said it is possible one of the suspects involved in the attempted abduction of an RAF serviceman suffered a visible facial injury.
    It comes as police follow-up a number of calls and CCTV enquiries into the incident which happened at RAF Marham on Wednesday (20 July).
    Two men, described as Middle Eastern in appearance, were involved in the incident; however police have said more people could have been inside the vehicle.
    The main suspect, who grabbed the serviceman while he was out jogging, and attempted to pull him into a dark coloured people carrier, is thought to have suffered an injury during the incident after being challenged by the victim.
    They were involved in a scuffle during which the victim, aged in his late 20s, head-butted his attacker before punching him. It was at this point the second suspect, who was armed with a knife, appeared and went to the aid of his accomplice allowing the victim to run away and get help."
    Anyone with information should contact the dedicated hotline on either 0800 056 0154 or 0207 158 0011 or 101 with any information.
    Police have been carrying out house to house enquiries at Marham over the weekend and continue to review CCTV.

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Village in shock after shotgun deaths

The scene in Magdalen on Tuesday. Picture: Paul Tibbs.
Inset: Stephen Muncaster. Picture: Albanpix.

Shocked villagers are still coming to terms with an apparent murder-suicide shooting in Magdalen. Police investigations continue into the deaths of  husband and wife Stephen

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