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Girl taken to hospital from High Brooms area of Tunbridge Wells amid concerns for her welfare

23 April 2014
by KentOnline reporter

A teenager is stable in hospital today after police were called to a Tunbridge Wells home.

Forensics officers and other police were seen at the address in the High Brooms area of the town just after 8am today.

Police said they could not confirm reports that they were digging up the garden at the property.

Police were called to the street in Tunbridge Wells. Picture @wardrobefairy

Police were called to the street in Tunbridge Wells. Picture: @wardrobefairy

No offences were identified to have taken place. Officers left the scene shortly after 2pm.

It followed a call to police raising concerns for the girl's welfare.

She was said to have been taken to hospital, where her condition is described as stable.


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