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Suspect pinned to the ground by police after call to Lowestoft street

PUBLISHED: 13:23 27 November 2019 | UPDATED: 13:23 27 November 2019

Police in Denmark Road, Lowestoft were seen restraining a suspect on the street Picture: ANDREW PAPWORTH

Police in Denmark Road, Lowestoft were seen restraining a suspect on the street Picture: ANDREW PAPWORTH

ANDREW PAPWORTH

Police pinned a person to the ground in Lowestoft as officers arrested someone on suspicion of common assault.

A Suffolk Constabulary spokesman said officers were called to the scene in Denmark Road about 9.20pm on Tuesday, November 26 after reports of a domestic disturbance at a property in the road.

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Three police vehicles, two cars and a van, were parked outside an address in the road.

Police were seen restraining someone on the street, close to the back of the police van.

About 10pm, officers detained a person on suspicion of common assault.


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