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Police support operation at Asda car park

PUBLISHED: 11:48 15 September 2018

Police are currently at Whitehouse in Ipswich Picture: PHIL MORLEY

Police are currently at Whitehouse in Ipswich Picture: PHIL MORLEY


Police officers are supporting a multi-agency operation being carried out at Asda’s Whitehouse store yesterday morning.

A spokesman for Suffolk police confirmed they were supporting the operation, working alongside other partner agencies.

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