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Felixstowe: Man arrested after incident in car park

PUBLISHED: 12:04 07 December 2012 | UPDATED: 12:19 07 December 2012

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POLICE have arrested and charged a 22-year-old man following an incident in the car park of Lidl, in Garrison Lane, on Thursday.

Nicholas Ryan, of Buregate Road, has been charged with harassment, wilful obstruction of a police officer in his duty and resisting arrest.

The incident happened at 10.45am and it is alleged he resisted two officers in the car park of Lidl before escaping on foot.

He was arrested shortly after in Cavendish Road.

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