Monthly Archive: October 2011

Police appeal after serious road crash in Hingham 0

Police appeal after serious road crash in Hingham

Norfolk Police are appealing for information to a serious road traffic accident in Hingham. Monday, October 31, 2011 12:42 PM A woman was flown by air ambulance to hospital with serious head injuries following a road traffic accident in Hingham. To send a link to this page to a friend, you must be logged in.

A white Vauxhall Combo type van was involved in a collision with a purple and silver ladies mountain bike at the junction of Hardingham Street and Ringers Lane. The van failed to stop at the scene. The accident took place on Friday at about 11.55am.

The rider of the bike, who is a local woman in her mid 60s, was taken to Addenbrooke s Hospital in Cambridge.

PC Robert Hardingham, of Wymondham Road Policing, would like to hear from anyone who witnessed the collision.

Those with information should call Norfolk Constabulary s non-emergency number 101.

Norfolk Constabulary: Police appeal after Cromer indecent exposure 0

Norfolk Constabulary: Police appeal after Cromer indecent exposure

31 October 2011 Police are appealing for information following an indecent exposure in Cromer at the weekend. A man walked past two women on Norwich Road at around 2.20am on Saturday 29 October. He then sat in a bus shelter and committed a lewd act.

The women passed the shelter, he then walked off towards Cromwell Road. The man is described as white, around 30 years old, 5 foot 8 inches tall, of stocky build and was wearing a black and blue puffa jacket, black trousers and a blue beanie hat. Officers want to speak to anyone who may recognise the man, or anyone with any information about this incident.

Calls should be made to PC Matthew Pritty at Cromer Police Station on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 .

Father and son determined to carry on classic car business after fire … 0

Father and son determined to carry on classic car business after fire …

Father and son Roy and Graham Hume who had a lucky escape when none of the cars they were restoring at their Rackheath business damaged in the fire that destroyed their spray shop.