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Police called after six men were ‘punching each other’ in Norfolk town

PUBLISHED: 14:52 17 June 2019 | UPDATED: 15:11 17 June 2019

A window was smashed at the Royal Mail enquiry office. Picture: David Bale

A window was smashed at the Royal Mail enquiry office. Picture: David Bale

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Police were called to the centre of Cromer after reports of six men “punching each other.”

A window was smashed at the Royal Mail enquiry office. Picture: David BaleA window was smashed at the Royal Mail enquiry office. Picture: David Bale

The incident happened on Bond Street at 9.37pm on Sunday night.

Norfolk Police received a call from a woman saying she could see a "man covered in blood" and "there was six of them."

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The six men were believed to be punching each other, police have said.

One was arrested for disorderly behaviour after he punched through a window.

The window at the Royal Mail enquiry office, on the corner of Bond Street and Church Street, was later boarded-up.

Other than that, there was no sign in the town on Monday, June 17, that there had been any disturbance there.

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