Armed police called to argument involving BB gun
- Credit: STUART POOLE
Armed police were called to an argument between neighbours involving a firearm in a Suffolk village.
Officers from Suffolk police were called to Little St Mary’s in the village around 9.20pm Saturday, June 20.
Pictures showed a number of police cars, including a dog unit and armed officers near to the fire station.
A constabulary spokesman said armed officers were deployed after they received reports that an argument involving neighbours had broken out, involving what was believed to have been a firearm.
On arrival, officers retrieved the gun – which turned out to be a BB gun – and arrested one man at the scene.
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The spokesman confirmed no one received any injuries as a result of the incident and that there were “no further issues”.
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