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Police and ambulances called to Wainscott road after burglary

20 June 2014
by KentOnline reporter
Police are still investigating what happened at an home in Wainscott  last night after reports a burglary happened there. 
 
The incident happened on Hoo Road, Liberty Park, at about 6pm and people living in the area said there was a large police presence following the incident. 
 
Witnesses reported seeing five police cars, one forensic van and two ambulances after police were called to the home. 
 
Police at the Wainscott burglary. Picture @kayharrison92

Police at the Wainscott burglary. Picture: @kayharrison92

 
During the incident it is believed a woman at the address suffered minor injuries.
 
The road was closed off for forensic investigations to be carried out and officers were also making inquiries at the scene. 
 
Earlier today a police spokesman said no one had been arrested in connection with the incident but investigations were ongoing. 

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