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Police patrol Mildenhall town centre to 'provide reassurance' to residents following reports of anti-social behaviour



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Police have been patrolling a Suffolk town this week following reports of anti-social behaviour.

Officers carried out a plain clothes patrol around Mildenhall town centre yesterday evening in response to reports of noise and nuisance-related incidents close to commercial premises in the town centre in the evenings.

Mildenhall Inspector Mark Shipton said: "Officers will be carrying out plain clothes patrols in the town centre to discourage anti-social behaviour in the community and to provide reassurance to local residents and business owners.”

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