Armed police called to Norwich house
- Credit: Daniel Moxon
The incident which saw armed police officers called to a Norwich home has now been resolved.
An area in Goldwell Road, close to the Sainsbury's store on Queens Road, was cordoned off on Tuesday, March 16.
Four police vehicles were at the scene at 1.30pm, with at least six officers.
A spokesperson for Norfolk Constabulary said they were called at 10.15am following concerns for a man's safety inside the home.
They said: "As a result of information received, specialist officers were deployed to the scene."
Six hours after they were first called, police confirmed at 3.20pm that the situation had been resolved.
"Officers have established the occupant is safe and well and no offences have been identified," they added.
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