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SuffolkNews Podcast: Haverhill men released after arrest on suspicion of multiple offences

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In today's podcast, there is news that two men who were arrested in a town have been released under investigation.

Officers stopped a black Range Rover on Wratting Road in Haverhill yesterday at 3.20pm.

The car was searched and the police found weapons, drugs and cash.

The men were arrested on suspicion of multiple offences.

They were taken to the police investigation centre in Bury St Edmunds and have been released pending further enquiries.

Next, dog cruelty cases are expected to rise according to reports.

The RSPCA has revealed the latest statistics that show 459 dog cruelty cases took place in Suffolk.

72 of the cases were classed as intentional harm and experts believe numbers will rise in the summer due to boredom and homelife pressures.

The Cancel Out Cruelty campaigned shows 44,427 national cases involving 92,244 dogs last year.

Also, a car park in a town centre is set to partially close next week.

The Cattlemarket/Arc car park in Bury St Edmunds will see relining work take place on Monday, August 8.

The partial closure will allow routine maintenance to be carried out and the re-painting of lines, arrows and hatchings.

Finally, a dog friendly café and restaurant opened on Monday.

The Dog and Scone at Elveden Courtyard could be a new favourite spot for dog lovers.

It is open between 10am to 4pm from Thursday to Monday.

Other than café favourites, it also offers doggie ice cream and a variety of flavoured dog biscuits.