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Police cordon off areas in Great Yarmouth

PUBLISHED: 23:21 06 February 2018 | UPDATED: 08:19 07 February 2018

Police incident in Great Yarmouth. Photo: Submitted

Police incident in Great Yarmouth. Photo: Submitted

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People were reportedly told to leave Great Yarmouth town centre yesterday evening (Tuesday) as police cordoned off areas with tape.

Police incident in Great Yarmouth. Photo: Submitted via Twitter Police incident in Great Yarmouth. Photo: Submitted via Twitter

There was a police presence in areas around Market Gates Shopping Centre, the bus station, and Iceland - but it is not yet clear what had happened.

Photographs showed police vans and cars stationed in the town.

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