Armed police rush to small village near Launceston

A woman receives support after armed police invaded a small Corniche village yesterday (Thursday). Residents living in Northhill, near Launceston, reported armed police officers in the center of the village throughout the afternoon.

Residents were prevented from walking in the village for about three hours while there was a roadblock. A number of ambulances were also called to the scene.

A Devon and Cornwall Police spokesperson provided further details. He said: “Police were called to a property in the North Hill area of ​​Launceston at approximately 10am on Thursday 24 November, following concerns about the welfare of a woman on a property in the area.

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“Units that attended with the support of the armed response and lockdowns were imposed. One woman was voluntarily taken into police custody at the scene and is now receiving support from mental health professionals.

“The inquiries keep coming.”

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