Police called after assault at dentists

THE emergency services were called after a woman was allegedly assaulted by her husband in a west Suffolk dental practice.

THE emergency services were called after a woman was allegedly assaulted by her husband in a west Suffolk dental practice.

The police and the East of England Ambulance Service were alerted to the incident at the Risbygate Dental Surgery in Risbygate Street at 3.55pm today.

An ambulance spokeswoman said: “It would appear a woman has been assaulted by her husband in a dental surgery there.”

A police spokeswoman confirmed the force was currently at the scene of the incident and was trying to find the man involved.


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The woman had allegedly been hit and was treated at the scene by paramedics. She did not require hospital treatment.

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