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Suffolk News podcast: Men arrested on suspicion of firearm offences in Lowestoft bailed by police and Halesworth teenager Chloe Butcher receives surprise in post



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In today’s podcast, two men have been bailed following a major incident which saw armed police close a Lowestoft road.

Armed cops closed two sections of the town's London Road South on Saturday morning.

One man, aged 38, was arrested at 1.45pm and another, aged 37, handed himself into police at 2.50pm.

Both have now been bailed until October 25.

Parents and staff at two Bury St Edmunds schools are furious after anti-vaccine protestors handed out leaflets to students.

Protestors were seen outside St Benedict's Catholic School and County Upper School, both in Beeton's Way, on Friday.

Also, a Halesworth teenager who appealed for help to find her missing driving licence was left stunned after she received a surprise package in the post.

Inside the letter, Chloe Butcher found not only her lost licence but also two £10 notes.

The anonymous sender said the money was to help 18-year-old Chloe Butcher pay for driving lessons.

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