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Police support operation at Asda car park

PUBLISHED: 11:48 15 September 2018

Police are currently at Whitehouse in Ipswich Picture: PHIL MORLEY

Police are currently at Whitehouse in Ipswich Picture: PHIL MORLEY

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Police officers are supporting a multi-agency operation being carried out at Asda’s Whitehouse store yesterday morning.

A spokesman for Suffolk police confirmed they were supporting the operation, working alongside other partner agencies.

The operation has piqued interest on Facebook and Twitter with users asking other shoppers and those living close to the superstore if they can shed any light on it.

One Facebook user said: “Anybody know what was going on in Asda car park on White House (sic) ind this morning around 8am? Loads of police cars & motorbikes??”

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