Officers were called out to land off Middleton Road, following reports of the discovery of bones from an adult male skeleton.
Residents are urged to fill up a bag of their unwanted possessions and bring them to the firm’s branch at the Borehamgate Precinct in King Street.
A public meeting takes place next month to mark the scheme's launch, in the wake of several burglaries, including a break-in at Nethergate Brewery.
The fundraising efforts of two community choirs have helped Assington’s plans to deliver a new children’s play area move a step closer to fruition.
A black Audi A5 S was stolen from a property in Blunden Close on Sunday afternoon.
The goal of the project is to preserve eight unique windows at the Holy Trinity Church that survived the vandalism of the Reformation and Civil War.
The suspects knocked on the front door of a property in Blackfriars on Tuesday, before forcing entry inside when the victim opened the door.
Users of the Kingfisher Leisure Centre in Station Road have begun making use of the new exercise studio and health and fitness changing room.
The money was raised from a raffle featuring prizes donated by numerous local businesses, which saw more than 600 tickets purchased by customers.
The charity has hailed the positive impact of its new home at the Hadleigh Business Centre, located on Lady Lane Industrial Estate in Crockatt Road.
A series of arrests relating to drug offences in the Sudbury area took place last week, Sudbury Police has reported.
After seeing the negative impacts of social media on mental health, a Sudbury-based counselling service decided a new awareness initiative was needed.
The silver Subaru Forester AWD was stolen from Stour Vale in Stoke Road on Saturday evening.
An unknown suspect broke into the shed and stole numerous items of fishing equipment, including seven rods, seven reels, a number of nets and tackle.
The contributions of a devoted volunteer, who led the transformation of a derelict barn into a thriving community venue, have been immortalised.
An extraordinary meeting has been called by Long Melford Parish Council for tonight to resolve hurdles facing the club’s £750,000 clubhouse project.
Petrol was stolen after break-ins at numerous allotment sheds across south Suffolk between Friday and Saturday.
Long Melford Parish Council has reiterated its opposition, stating the new plans had many of the same problems as an application withdrawn last year.
Archery equipment, diesel and petrol fuel was stolen, after thieves broke into the scout hut and store sheds at the Boxford Spinney.
The theft of between 40 and 60 koi carp fish occurred overnight between Saturday and Sunday at a residential property in Bridewell Street.