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Police called after fight allegedly erupts outside Kesgrave High School

PUBLISHED: 20:38 20 September 2017 | UPDATED: 23:23 20 September 2017

Kesgrave High School.
Picture: ARCHANT

Kesgrave High School. Picture: ARCHANT

Concerned members of the public phoned police today reporting that a fight had broken out between a large group of children.

The incident happened outside Kesgrave High School, in Main Road, on the outskirts of Ipswich, just after 4pm.

Two members of the public and also a police community support officer (PSCO) called the Suffolk Constabulary control room asking for assistance.

Despite initial reports of an altercation, a police spokeswoman said when officers arrived no crimes had taken place and the children left the scene.

A spokeswoman for Suffolk Constabulary said the people involved were believed to be school age.

The area was clear by 5.40pm.

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