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Police shut off St Mary's Green in Canterbury after suspected assault on young woman on Friday

15 March 2014
by Aidan Barlow
Police cordoned off St Mary's Green in Canterbury this morning

Police cordoned off St Mary's Green in Canterbury this morning

Police have cordoned off a park in central Canterbury after a suspected assault.

Officers also conducted door-to-door inquiries in roads around St Mary's Green at Castle Street following reports of an attack on a young woman at 4pm on Friday.

PCSO stands guard outside St Mary's Green in Canterbury this morning after alleged assault on young woman on Friday

PCSO stands guard outside St Mary's Green in Canterbury this morning after alleged assault on young woman on Friday

The park was cordoned off at around 6pm last night. Two police community support officers are guarding the scene today.

It is thought a forensic team will scour the park for evidence later.
 
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