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Wymondham and Attleborough Crime

Monday, May 25, 2020
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People have been praised by Norfolk’s police chief for adhering to social distancing rules when they headed out over the bank holiday weekend.

Watchdogs have revealed the ways con artists have been trying to scam people in Norfolk during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Police in Norfolk have so far handed out more than 300 fines to those flouting lockdown restrictions.

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Lockdown has eased by what have been described as “baby steps” this week. So what can and can’t you now do? New guidance has been issued to officers by the Police Chiefs’ Council and the College of Policing.

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The easing of lockdown restrictions is not a green light to go back to normality, Norfolk’s chief constable has warned.

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A conservatories boss has admitted two offences of unfair trading after his company went bust.

More than 20 vehicles have been broken into in south west Norfolk in the past two months.

Enforcing new looser lockdown guidelines could prove “impossible” when some people have shown they “don’t have much common sense”, Norfolk Police Federation has warned.

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The boss of a heritage railway has revealed the financial and emotional cost of a “mindless” attack by vandals.

A man stabbed his former partner’s brother in the stomach and her mother in the abdomen after being asked to leave following an argument, a court has heard.

Almost 5,000 people in Norfolk have contacted the police amid fears about breaches of lockdown rules.

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An Audi driver thought they were “doing 40mph” when stopped by police while hitting 89mph in a 30mph limit.

Wymondham

Groups of people gathering in a supermarket car park and at a basketball court have had warnings from police after flouting restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Norfolk Police Federation has hit out at the “awful and abhorrent” practice of offenders coughing and spitting at police officers during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Norfolk saw more knife crimes than days of the year in 2019 in a record high, new figures have revealed.

People in Norfolk have been described as “a credit to their communities” by the county’s chief constable - for resisting the temptation to flout lockdown restrictions in sunny weather.

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Essential workers including prison staff, those in food and drink production and delivery drivers are now able to access coronavirus tests, the health secretary has confirmed.

Police are on the hunt for a 35-year-old man who is wanted on recall to prison.

There has been a “dramatic” increase in drivers hitting the 100mph mark on Norfolk’s roads during the coronavirus lockdown, police revealed.

A family is elated after their beloved dog - presumed stolen and missing for more than two weeks - was finally found and brought home.

Wymondham

An Audi supercar which would set you back a six-figure sum to buy new was among the cars stopped by a dedicated policing team in Norfolk over the last 24 hours.

Wymondham

The message about driving to exercise is clear and most people are sticking to it, according to Norfolk’s Chief Constable Simon Bailey.

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The education secretary said he recognises the challenges families will be facing during the coronavirus lockdown, but insisted he could not give parents a date when children would be going back to school.

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Councils across the country are to get more cash to help the most vulnerable in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, it has been announced.

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A man has been arrested on suspicion of drugs offences and dangerous driving following a police pursuit.

Norfolk’s chief constable has urged people to continue to stay at home in a bid to help save lives and ease pressure on the NHS in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

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‘Home working’ from a local park, buying DIY supplies and sitting on a park bench for too long could land you in trouble with the police, according to new lockdown guidelines released by the force.

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A Norfolk police chief said they are “grateful” to the public for the support they have shown in abiding lockdown laws to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

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A family whose beloved dog was stolen from their farm has issued another appeal for his return.

Wymondham

Norfolk’s chief of police has warned that a “staple diet” of online pornography is leading young men to explore child abuse content.

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