Investigation launched as man shot dead by police in Cambridgeshire
- Credit: IAN BURT
A man has been shot dead by police in Cambridgeshire.
Officers were called to Duck Lane, St Neots, over concerns for people inside a property at around 7.45pm yesterday.
Just after 8pm a man was shot by a firearms officer and died at the scene. No one else was injured.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission has now launched an investigation into the shooting.
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Officers were called to Duck Lane, St Neots, over concerns for people inside the property at 7.45pm on Wednesday.
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