Published: 10:24, 11 February 2018 |
Updated: 12:46, 11 February 2018
A police officer ran a mile in the rain to help colleagues make an arrest after a disturbance at a restaurant.
Police were called to the venue in Polhill, Sevenoaks, at about 6.20pm yesterday.
It was reported a man was smashing glasses and throwing his own belongings.
A tweet by the force's Sevenoaks team revealed an officer ran a mile in the rain to help.
The officer, only revealed as 'PC Nick', was delayed by a puncture to one of his vehicle's tyres before deciding to go the extra mile on foot.
#Team5 have just dealt with a man making threats in a restaurant - arrested for public order offences. Special thanks to PC Nick from #Team4, who ran 1 mile in the rain after getting a puncture and wanting to assist! ^NF pic.twitter.com/zfPrtrEAIu— Police in Sevenoaks (@kentpolice7oaks) February 10, 2018
A man, aged 43 and from Orpington, was arrested on suspicion of committing a public order offence and remains in custody.
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