Forensic teams at Woodbridge house after 'incident'
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Investigations are continuing into an incident in Woodbridge with police forensic teams working at a property close to the town centre.
Police sealed off Cumberland Street at its junction with Station Road on Saturday evening after an incident.
A cordon has been put in place and traffic diverted, affecting a number of roads in the riverside town for part of the evening.
Forensic officers are at the scene, with a police officer seen standing outside a cordoned-off address close to the entrance of Woodbridge School Prep.
The incident - of which police are yet to give any details - happened in Cumberland Street and a full investigation is under way.
A witness said there was at least three ambulances in the street and five police cars and a number of unmarked police vehicles.
Cumberland Street runs from the roundabout with Ipswich Road, near Framfield Surgery and Notcutts, and branches off at Station Road and becomes a narrow road with a mix of homes and shops as it reaches the town centre at the Quay Street crossroads.
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A police spokeswoman said: "Emergency services are currently at the scene following an incident at an address in Cumberland Street, Woodbridge.
"Road closures and a cordon have been put in place to allow for an investigation to take place."
More to follow