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'Public will see an increase in patrols' following attacks in King's Lynn, police chief says

Residents of Lynn can expect to see more police on the streets following a flurry of attacks on members of the public posted online.

That’s according to the town’s Chief Inspector, who spoke out this week after the latest video, showing a man being knocked to the ground, was posted on social media.

On Wednesday, Amie Abbs, Chief Inspector for Lynn and West Norfolk, said dealing with and preventing incidents such as these is a key issue, particularly in and around Lynn’s bus station.

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