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Shoplifters, drug dealers and potential terrorists targeted at intu Chapelfield

PUBLISHED: 11:27 25 September 2019

Police at Chapelfield shopping centre as part of Operation Servator.Norwich Police Twitter.

Police at Chapelfield shopping centre as part of Operation Servator.Norwich Police Twitter.

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Police are targeting shoplifters, drug-dealers and potential terrorists by stepping up patrols at intu Chapelfield in Norwich.

Police at Chapelfield shopping centre as part of Operation Servator. PIC: Norwich Police Twitter.Police at Chapelfield shopping centre as part of Operation Servator. PIC: Norwich Police Twitter.

Norfolk Constabulary's Project Servator aims to disrupt a range of criminality, from shop lifting to county lines drug dealing and terrorism, while providing a reassuring presence for the public.

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Officers were out and about in Chapelfield Shopping Centre in Norwich on Tuesday (September 24) as part of the scheme.

Police said they are working with partners, including businesses and the public, to continue to visibly police the intu Chapelfield shopping centre and everyone who lives or works near there to make it a difficult place for criminals and terrorists to operate.

The police's Project Servator deployments are highly visible and unpredictable and can happen at any time, anywhere.


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