Police report Sundown Festival passed “largely without incident” with fewer than 10 arrests

Crowds flock to Noriwch for Sundown Festival 2016. Picture Lee Blanchflower

Crowds flock to Noriwch for Sundown Festival 2016. Picture Lee Blanchflower - Credit: Lee Blanchflower

Police have reported that the three-day Sundown Festival passed 'largely without incident' with fewer than 10 arrests.

About 40,000 people flocked to the three-day music festival which was at the Norfolk Showground from Friday to Sunday.

Chief Inspector Nathan Clark from Norfolk Police said: 'The police supported event security and organisers throughout the 3 day festival.

'There was a good atmosphere which led to fewer then 10 arrests; mostly for drug supply offences.

'There were a number of isolated property related crimes reported but the event passed largely without incident.'


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