Man arrested after armed police attend Ipswich street following concern for welfare of person
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Police are reassuring people there is no wider threat to the public after officers arrested a man following an incident at a property in Chantry.
Suffolk police were called shortly before 11am this morning with concerns for the welfare of a person at a property in the vicinity of Robin Drive, Ipswich.
The incident was contained to the property in question and there is not believed to be any wider threat to the public.
A man was arrested for affray, assault and obstructing an officer. He has been taken to Martlesham police investigation centre where he remains.
There were a range of officers in attendance, including armed police.
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A police spokeswoman said: "We were called to an address in the vicinity of Robin Drive, Ipswich, shortly after 10.50am, following concerns for the welfare of an individual in a property.
"The incident was contained within the address and there was no wider threat to the public."
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