Five arrested after two men wounded in knife incident in village
- Credit: Mike Page
Five people were arrested and two men wounded in a police incident in a north Norfolk village last night.
Officers were called to Munhaven Close in Mundesley between 8pm and 9pm on Thursday, June 25, after reports were made of a man carrying a knife.
Two men suffered minor injuries, while five people were arrested by police.
Despite reports of a knife being seen, no weapon was recovered.
Norfolk Police said that the investigation was ongoing.
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Resident Matthew Knowles said he had seen armed police on scene, as well as at least eight police cars.
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