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    EPISODE 35 OF THE FARMING SOCIAL HUB PODCAST

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Officers called to reports of stones being thrown in residential area

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Four police vehicles attended a property in Lynn last night after reports of stones being thrown.

Police were called at 9:42pm to attend Tennyson Avenue after an individual had thrown the stones at a building.

A spokeswoman for Norfolk Police said: “No damage had been caused, and no formal complaint was made.”

Police were called to Tennyson Avenue in Lynn last night (Monday, November 16). Picture: SUBMITTED
Police were called to Tennyson Avenue in Lynn last night (Monday, November 16). Picture: SUBMITTED

A resident told the Lynn News they were awoken by the sound that “has become familiar over the past six months”.



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