Investigations conclude after teens allegedly spotted with gun near town centre
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Police investigations into reports that a group of teenagers had been seen close to a busy shopping centre with a firearm have concluded.
Armed police were called out at about 6.45pm on Saturday, September 14 following reports that a group of male teenagers had been seen with a firearm in Middlegate in Great Yarmouth.
After searching the area, onlookers described dramatic scenes as five men - all aged in their teens - were arrested near to Market Gates in Great Yarmouth on suspicion of possession of a firearm.
Two BB guns were seized, as three men were released under investigation and two of the men were released with no further action.
A Norfolk police spokesman said: "This investigation has now concluded.
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"Three of the males have been referred to the Youth Offending Team's Challenge for Change programme while two other males had no further actions taken against them."
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