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Felixstowe: Travellers move onto site Anzani House, an abandoned office block, in Trinity Avenue

PUBLISHED: 16:16 18 August 2014

Travellers have moved onto a site near Felixstowe Docks.

Suffolk police said they were notified of the incident which happened at around 12.45pm today.

The travellers are now occupying land at Anzani House, a former office block in Trinity Avenue.

A police spokesman said they were working the landowners and the local authority to resolved the situation.

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