Residents in a block of flats in Stevenage, Hertfordshire have been told to remain in their flats during a police incident.
There’s a large emergency services presence around the flats this evening (Monday, June 7) with police rushing to the scene and setting up a cordon.
It’s understood from an anonymous witness that an incident took place in The Towers on Southgate in Stevenage, and he says he has been told no one can enter or leave the block while officers carry out enquiries.
Police have said they were called to the scene after reports that a man had been found injured in Queensway, Stevenage.
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Photos from the scene show at least six police cars in attendance and the area around the parade of shops being cordoned off.
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