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Police officers attend Ipswich Railway Station after receiving tip-off about wanted man in the area

PUBLISHED: 11:32 20 September 2017 | UPDATED: 11:46 20 September 2017

There was a heavy police presence outside Ipswich Railway Station this morning. Picture ADAM HOWLETT

There was a heavy police presence outside Ipswich Railway Station this morning. Picture ADAM HOWLETT

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Five police cars attended Ipswich Railway Station this morning after officers received a tip-off that a wanted man may be in the area.

Police officers had received a tip off a wanted man was in the area. Picture ADAM HOWLETTPolice officers had received a tip off a wanted man was in the area. Picture ADAM HOWLETT

The vehicles parked up at the station this morning at around 9am with officers on the look out for a man wanted in connection to theft offences in the town.

A police spokeswoman said officers checked the area but the man was not found.

She said: “There was a police presence at Ipswich railway station at around 9am this morning, after officers received information that a man who is wanted in connection with theft offences in the town may have been in the vicinity.

“Officers carried out checks but the man was not located.”

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