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Clacton: Appeal for witnesses to traffic warden assault

15:05 01 June 2014

Police have told drivers to avoid the section of the A12 where the incident occurred

Police have told drivers to avoid the section of the A12 where the incident occurred

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Police are seeking witnesses to a dispute between a parking enforcement officer and another man in a Clacton street on Saturday morning.

The traffic warden became involved in a dispute in Station Road, near Barclays Bank, at about 11.45am.

No one was injured and police have interviewed a 32-year-old man but need to speak to witnesses.

Anyone who saw the incident is asked to contact sergeant Julie Barker at Clacton Police Station on 101.

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