Police called to Bury St Edmunds town centre over safety concerns
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Police were called to an address in Bury St Edmunds town centre this morning because of concerns over a man's safety.
A heavy police presence had been spotted outside a property in Prospect Row, near the Arc shopping centre in the town.
A spokesman for Suffolk police confirmed that officers had been called to the address at around 9.15am due to concerns for a man's safety.
The spokesman added: "Officers entered the property and safely restrained him. Ambulance crews are now supporting the individual.
"No-one was hurt in the incident and there was no wider threat to the public."