Police detain man in Royston after concerns for welfare

PUBLISHED: 09:34 30 May 2017

Police detained a man in Royston on Sunday after they were alerted to concerns over this welfare.

Police detained a man in Royston on Sunday after they were alerted to concerns over this welfare.

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Police were called to a property in Royston at the weekend after being alerted to concerns for a man’s welfare.

Officers – including armed police – were called at 9.20pm on Sunday to the home in Newman Avenue.

They detained the man, who was assessed by paramedics and has since been referred to mental health services.

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