Man who allegedly threatened Cromer bar staff with knife arrested
- Credit: Colin Finch
A man in his 40s who allegedly threatened bar staff at a north Norfolk pub with a knife has been arrested.
Officers were called to an incident at the Red Lion Hotel in Cromer at 6.30pm on Saturday, February 9.
It followed reports of a man threatening members of staff with what was believed to have been a knife.
Norfolk Police issued a CCTV image appeal this morning, Tuesday, March 5, and appealed for anyone who recognised the man in the photos to contact them.
A police spokesperson confirmed a man had now been taken into custody.
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They said: 'Police can confirm they have identified a man sought in connection with an incident in Cromer.
'A man, aged in his 40s, was arrested earlier today in connection with the incident.'
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He was taken to the Aylsham Police Investigation Centre for questioning.
The man remains in police custody.