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King's Lynn town centre arrest as further patrols to take place and survey launched

Officers have been busy in Lynn town centre this week as a survey has been launched by local officials to tackle anti-social behaviour around the bus station.

King's Lynn Police said one man was arrested for allegedly possessing a weapon in the town centre last night.

Two further males were issued dispersal notices and three were reported for traffic offences.

King's Lynn bus station. Picture: King's Lynn Police Twitter (42861442)
King's Lynn bus station. Picture: King's Lynn Police Twitter (42861442)

A social media post said local police teams will be out and about again this evening (Monday, October 26).

Discover King's Lynn is working with West Norfolk Council and the police and crime commissioner's office to get a better understanding of anti-social behaviour (ASB) at the bus station and around the town centre.

The end goal is to put in place sustainable actions that help reduce levels of ASB, crime and also reduce the risk of harm to young people.

The survey runs until November 6 and can be found at www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/KingsLynnTownCentreSafetySurvey/

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