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Martlesham: Firefighters called to police investigation centre

18:03 04 March 2014

The Suffolk Constabulary headquarters in Martlesham Heath

The Suffolk Constabulary headquarters in Martlesham Heath

Firefighters were today called to Suffolk police headquarters in Martlesham after an automatic fire alarm was activated.

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A fire crew from Ipswich East attended the scene after the alarm was set off at about 2.45pm.

It is thought the building was evacuated while firefighters establish whether or not the alarm was activated by a fire.

It turned out to be a false alarm and firefighters returned to base.

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  • if they cannot get us out in a fair way [ they are going to burn us out.]

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