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E-fit of suspect in robbery at West Croft, Billericay

Article by Tommy Wathen: Essex Police have released an e-fit image of a man they want to speak to as part of their investigation into a robbery in Billericay.

The victim, a 19 year old man, left his car in West Croft shortly before 6pm on Sunday, March 12, when he was approached by two suspects.

Mopeds

Article by Conor Gogarty: A Billericay teenager on a moped was chased by a police car and arrested on suspicion of snatching a phone from a woman in Brentwood.

A moped rider took the phone from the victim's hand at around 3pm on Thursday (March 30) on Hutton Road in Shenfield, before driving off with a police car in pursuit.

Jordan Carey with presenters Helen Chamberlain and John Fendley

Article by Luke Lambert: Billericay Town goalkeeper Jordan Carey says it has been “a crazy couple of weeks” after he became an internet sensation.

A video of the goalkeeper, on loan at Cray Valley Paper Mills in the Southern Counties East Football League, went viral last week after his reaction to conceding a goal.

Students at Quilters Junior School

Article by Richard Duggan: Staff, parents and children at a Billiericay school are celebrating after they received top marks in their most recent educational assessment.

Quilters Junior School, in Laindon Road, have achieved an 'outstanding' grade in every section of their most recent Ofsted inspection, which took place at the beginning of March.

Jake Robinson

Article by Danny Rust: have completed the signing of Hemel Hempstead Town striker Jake Robinson for a club record fee.

Robinson has agreed to join Glenn Tamplin’s side for a fee of £24,000.

Billericay Soapbox Derby 2016

Article by Clare Youell: A converted lawnmower and a kart built 230 miles away will taking part as the Billericay Rotary Club's SoapBox Derby returns for its second year.

Rotary members launched the event last year and it was a huge success, with 40 teams taking part and thousands of people turning out to watch the spectacle.

Mayflower Community Hospital - Photo - Terry Joyce

Article by Christine Sexton: A total of 22 beds have been axed at a community hospital as part of plans to save money, igniting concerns that nearby hospitals will have to pick the pieces.

NHS Basildon and Brentwood Clinical Commissioning Group needs to make big cuts to save £14million.

Glenn Tamplin and Jamie O'Hara pose with a Billericay Town scarf Read more at http://www.essexlive.news/watch-new-billericay-town-signing-jamie-o-hara-chats-about-his-move-to-new-lodge/story-30224721-detail/story.html#0MVQR3qlaBtmzZ5Y.99

Article by Tommy Wathen: New Billericay Town signing Jamie O'Hara sat down with Essex Live for an exclusive video interview after confirming his move to New Lodge.

The 30-year-old midfielder has put pen-to-paper on an 18-month contract with the Ryman Isthmian Premier Division side after taking several months out of football and featuring on Channel 5 reality programme 'Celebrity Big Brother'.

Resident Myra Millins, 95 and Betty Nau, 93 with carer Lauren Noureddin

Billericay care provider, , has been named Best Resident Engagement and Runner-Up at the annual Hallmark in Bloom gardening competition.

The home on Outwood Common Road, was praised for its use of outdoor space, improved resident participation and garden activities at the care provider’s company-wide event.

Police radio

Article by Piers Meyler: The victim of a burglary in Billericay has said the incident has said he will ramp up security on his home.

Police are investigating reports of a burglary in The Priory between 6pm on March, 30 and 1pm on March, 31 - a 24 hour period during which the homeowners were not at home.

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Article by Piers Meyler: A 17-year-old girl whose iPhone was snatched out of her hand in broad daylight after thieves drove across the pavement to snatch it has spoken of her ordeal.

Olivia Martlew was waiting for her mother, Liz, outside Costa in Hutton Road at around 3.30pm on Monday when a moped rider snatched the phone - which had been unlocked at the time – from her hand before driving away.

Police radio

Article by Yellow Advertiser: Police are investigating four distraction burglaries which took place in the same day in Billericay last week.

All four offences were committed in a four-and-a-half hour window last Monday, February 27.