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Norwich: Man Arrested Over Hoax Call
A man has been arrested after armed police had to be called out to some flats in Norwich.
Officers from Norfolk police were called to an address in the Mile Cross area of Norwich last night,Friday 29 June, following reports that a man had been injured inside a flat.
Armed response officers went to the scene at Markham Tower, in Bowers Avenue, shortly after 7.45pm. Police searched the address and established the man had not been injured and was in fact the victim of a hoax call.
Further enquiries led officers to arrest a 61-year-old man at another address in Bowers Avenue on suspicion of wasting police time.
A multi-million pound investment to upgrade a vital transport link in the East of England came to fruition today as the new A11 dual carriageway was opened by the Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin.
A passenger train traveling to Norwich derailed after an "inappropriate inspection regime'' had failed to detect that track fixings had deteriorated over time, an accident report has said.
A Norfolk GP has pleaded guilty to the rape and sexual abuse of girls.
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