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Serious Assault Bury Road Thetford 10/03/2024

Police in Norfolk are asking for community assistance with the investigation into a serious assault in Bury Road, Thetford near the junction with Mill Lane at about 11.45am that resulted in a 33 year old male receiving life threatening injuries. They have named Elvis Price as one of two persons they wish to speak to in connection with the attack.

Details of Incident

East of England Ambulance Service and Norfolk police were called to an incident in Bury Road, Thetford at about 11.45am on Sunday, 10th March 2024. A 33 year old male was found at the scene and had been stabbed multiple times and is in a critical condition in hospital.


The investigation is being carried out by the Norfolk and Suffolk Joint Major Investigation Team based at Wymondham. They have named Elvis Price as one of two people they wish to speak to as part their enquiries. Police are not identifying the second person at the present.


Elvis Price is described as white, about 6' tall, skinny build with short dark hair. On the 10th March he was wearing a green long sleeved top, a black gilet, blue jeans and black and white trainers. He is known to have links to Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Kent and Essex.


The investigating team are appealing for anyone who was in the vicinity of Bury Road at about 11.45am to contact them. 


The investigating team are also appealing for anyone who has CCTV/dash cam footage or any other information that may assist to complete the form accessed by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page.





Contact Information

In an emergency you should always call 999.

You can click on 'Click HERE to leave your information' to complete an online form. You can upload CCTV, dash cam or mobile device footage via this page.

You can call 101 and ask for Norfolk Police quoting Operation Apollo CAD NC-10032024-159.

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