A drug trade expert has suggested that the huge cocaine haul found on two Norfolk beaches could have been dropped from a plane in a panic.
Investigations are continuing today after a father-of-three died following a suspected fight at a holiday park in Lowestoft.
Extra officers from the National Crime Agency remain in position along the east coast of Norfolk a week after £50m worth of cocaine washed up on beaches.
After a possible sighting of a package containing drugs, a lifeboat crew was sent out to search the sea.
One of three children’s bikes stolen in a Gorleston garage burglary has been reunited with its young owner.
Extra law enforcement officers are being stationed along the east coast as it emerged there had been further discoveries of suspected class A drugs at beaches along a 35 mile stretch of coast.
People in Happisburgh have been told not to go down to a stretch of beach where what is believed to be part of a £50m stash of cocaine washed-up, it has been claimed.
Investigations are under way following the discovery of a parcel found on Kessingland beach.
Reports of more drugs washing up on the Norfolk coast are being investigated by police.
When Valerie McGee and her pet dog, Rudey, set off on their daily beach walk it seemed like a normal day.
The mother of a seven-year-old girl whose life was saved by a defibrillator has said she is “devastated” after a life-saving machine she installed for the benefit of the community has been destroyed by vandals.
The drugs found along Norfolk’s coastline yesterday could have drifted in from the north, according to a volunteer at a coast watch station.
Five packages of drugs, which were described as “bricks”, were found on Hemsby beach yesterday morning.
The MP for Great Yarmouth has praised the woman whose tip-off led to a major drugs find on the Norfolk coast.
A Home Affairs Select Committee reported last year that there were just three Border Force boats patrolling 7,700 miles of Britain’s coastline at any one time.
Dubbed the ‘British FBI’ in the media, the National Crime Agency was set up in 2013 and has 4,200 officers across the country and in what it calls strategic locations across the world.
Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner wants to see a metaphorical “ring of steel” to protect the county from drug-dealing after 360 kilos of cocaine washed up on beaches.
There was a sense of shock and surprise in a Hopton pub after regulars were told the news about the massive drug find on the village’s beach.
Cocaine with a value of more than £50m has been discovered washed up on two Norfolk beaches.
A 31-year-old man from Norfolk arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences has been released on bail.
Norfolk police confirmed it has deployed officers at three locations along Norfolk’s east coast as part of an on-going operation.
Police have arrested a 31-year-old man from Norfolk on suspicion of raising funds for terrorism.
Police have arrested two people in Great Yarmouth in connection with drug offences as part of a major operation against drug networks.
Bus services in Great Yarmouth could be suspended after vandals have repeatedly smashed windows on its fleet of buses by throwing objects at them - causing thousands of pounds of damage.
Great Yarmouth’s council leader has hit back at claims there is a “crime wave” in the town, after a county councillor called on Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner (PCC) to tackle the issue.
An elderly dog suffering so severely from a large tumour had to be put to sleep after he was found abandoned in Great Yarmouth.
The cloak of anonymity provided by the internet has led to a surge across the region of harassment, blackmail and other crimes involving social media.
A man in his 60s was robbed at a cash point in Great Yarmouth.
A desperate mother is scouring internet selling sites after break-in thieves stole bikes bought as Christmas presents for her two children.
A specialist nursing service is being launched to help patients with epilepsy manage the condition.
Emergency services were called to a property in Gorleston on Monday afternoon following a medical emergency.
A man has died despite attempts by ambulance crews and firefighters to save his life.
Fritton Lake’s park and adventure playground has closed to day visitors as part of plans to ‘steer the resort in a new direction.’
Landlords are refusing to take on tenants who are in the process of claiming for benefits.
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