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  1. Steve Paxman is released on bail after being arrested on suspicion of murdering his father-in-law, Peter Stuart
  2. Airman from RAF Mildenhall killed in Lakenheath crash
  3. Updates resume at 08:00 on Wednesday

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By Philippa Taylor

All times stated are UK

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  1. Suffolk Live signing off for the day

    As investigations continue into the murder of Weybread man Peter Stuart, and the disappearance of his wife Sylvia, police have today released CCTV footage of the couple shopping in Pulham Market on 29 May, five days before Mr Stuart's body was found.

    If you want to get up-to-date with this and other stories from across the county, then don't forget you can scroll down here.

  2. BBC Radio Suffolk available on Freeview

    BBC Radio Suffolk is in the throes of becoming available to a wider audience, with news that the station is now on Freeview, on Channel 720.

    For people who would prefer to listen to us via their DAB radios, there's good news there, too, as we're on course to be available at the end of September or beginning of October.

    BBC Radio Suffolk sign
  3. Overnight weather: Staying fine and dry

    Alex Dolan

    BBC Look East weather

    It should be mainly fine and dry overnight, with lows of 10C (50F).

    Wednesday's weather map

    Tomorrow will be bright and dry with good sunny spells. Top temperature: 25C (77F), but cooler on the coast.

    You can get the full forecast where you live or work, from BBC Weather.

  4. Audience for EU debate 'small but passionate'

    Andrew Sinclair

    BBC Look East political correspondent

    It may have been a small audience, but the 30 or so people who came along to BBC Radio 5 live's EU debate in Ipswich today were certainly passionate.

    5 Live EU debate

    After questions about immigration, whether human rights would be eroded by leaving the EU, and how there was very little "light" coming from both sides, the debate really came alive when June Mummery, from Lowestoft, raised the plight of the region's fishing industry.

    Other members of the audience barracked her as she accused people of not caring about the industry. 

    The panelists struggled to make themselves heard above the din. Presenter Nicky Campbell cut to the news headlines but the shouting continued. When 5 live rejoined us five minutes later they were still arguing.

    If we learnt nothing else today, we learnt that the public are now getting in this debate and some of them feel very passionate about it.

  5. Striker Daniels signs scholarship

    Striker Declan Daniels has joined the Ipswich Town academy on a two-year scholarship, having been on trial at the end of the season.  

    Declan Daniels
  6. 'I could see the shadow of a gun', says Ali Qazimaj's neighbour describing police activity at her flats

    Gareth George

    BBC Look East

    I asked Kirbi Collyer what the atmosphere at the flats on Darwin Road in Tilbury has been like over the past few days since the disappearance of Ali Qazimaj.

    Quote Message: Armed police came and I could see through my window the shadow of a gun. Since they left there's been police outside constantly, with forensics and detectives in and out." from Kirbi Collyer
    Kirbi Collyer
  7. Neighbour of Ali Qazimaj said he 'kept himself to himself'

    Gareth George

    BBC Look East

    I've been to Tilbury to meet the neighbour of Ali Qazimaj, who is wanted over the death of a man and disappearance of a woman from Weybread in Suffolk.

    Kirbi Collyer

    Kirbi Collyer said the 42-year-old, who is believed to have gone to France, always "kept himself to himself".

    She said she last saw Mr Qazimaj a week ago, adding: "He would only visit his flat for about five minutes once a week."

  8. Peregrine falcon chicks due to fly off tallest building within a fortnight

    Andrew Woodger

    BBC News

    The five newly-ringed peregrine falcon chicks at the top of The Mill in Ipswich are very close to fledging.

    The Mill, Ipswich

    David Lowe, a surveyor whose idea it was to incorporate a nesting box/shelf at the top of the building, said: "The chicks are almost fully feathered now and we would expect them to fly in a week to 10 days' time."

    The Mill, at 233ft (71m) high, is believed to be the tallest residential building in East Anglia.

  9. Peregrine falcon chicks 'show their true colours'

    Last time we saw these peregrine falcon chicks, as they were being ringed, they were almost completely white.

    Now, as this image from their nest at the top of The Mill on the Ipswich Waterfront shows, they're literally taking on their "true colours".

    Peregrine falcon chicks
  10. Suffolk's cricketers beat Cumberland by 41 runs

    Graeme Mac

    BBC Radio Suffolk sport

    Suffolk's cricketers have won their opening Minor Counties league fixture of the season, beating champions Cumberland by 41 runs.

    After setting the home side a victory target of 208 earlier today, Suffolk's bowlers were in great form and dismissed Cumberland for 166.

    Skipper Tom Huggins took an impressive six wickets for 61.

  11. RAF Mildenhall confirms death of airman in Lakenheath collision

    RAF Mildenhall has revealed that the driver killed in a collision earlier today on the B1112 was an airman stationed at the west Suffolk base.

    A statement on its Facebook page goes on to say: "We ask that you respect the next-of-kin by not posting identifying information on social media."

  12. Ambitious councillor faces hurdle over planning failures

    Failings within the planning department at Suffolk Coastal District Council could stem the ambitions of a senior district councillor to join the county council, Spy understands.

  13. Where is Pulham Market?

    Pulham Market is about six miles (9km) north of Weybread, home of Sylvia and Peter Stuart.

    Map showing Weybread and Pulham Market

    CCTV footage shows the couple were at Goodies Farm Shop, on Wood Lane, at about 10:18 on 29 May - five days before they were reported missing and the body of Mr Stuart was found in Weybread.

  14. Police hope CCTV footage will 'trigger someone's memory'

    Richard Haugh

    BBC News

    Det Ch Supt Simon Parkes says he hopes CCTV footage of Sylvia and Peter Stuart in Pulham Market will "trigger someone's memory and help us piece together their movements".

    Sylvia and Peter Stuart

    "We know that family members were with the couple at their home address on Saturday 28 May and CCTV now places them in Pulham Market the next day.

    "If you remember seeing Peter and Sylvia in Pulham Market, or if you spoke with them or saw them around this time, we are urging you to get in touch."

  15. 'Highly likely' that Ali Qazimaj has left the country

    Richard Haugh

    BBC News

    Det Ch Supt Simon Parkes, who is in charge of the Weybread investigation, said: "Based on this new evidence it is highly likely that he (Ali Qazimaj) has left the country, so our officers are working with colleagues within the UK and internationally in an effort to trace him.

    "Necessary legal proceedings are being undertaken to assist this part of the investigation."

  16. Weybread murder suspect 'strongly believed' to have travelled to France

    Richard Haugh

    BBC News

    Police have also revealed that it is "strongly believed" that Ali Qazimaj, who is suspected of being involved in Peter Stuart's murder, caught a ferry to France on Saturday.

    The 42-year-old's car was found in Dover on Sunday.


    In a statement, the force said: "Detectives can now confirm they have reliable information which places (Mr) Qazimaj at the Port of Dover ferry terminal at around 18:30 on Saturday 4 June.

    "It is strongly believed that he then boarded a passenger ferry unaccompanied to Calais in France soon after 19:00."

  17. CCTV shows Stuarts in Norfolk

    Richard Haugh

    BBC News

    The newly-released CCTV footage from 29 May means police have a more recent confirmed sighting of Sylvia and Peter Stuart, who were reported missing the following Friday. 

    Mr Stuart's body was found in woodland near their Weybread house later that day, while Mrs Stuart's location remains unknown.

    Before now, the last confirmed sighting was believed to have been on the Saturday.