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Fireworks seized after being let off on in the street during New Year celebrations

PUBLISHED: 10:17 01 January 2018 | UPDATED: 13:22 01 January 2018

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Fireworks were seized from revellers after being let off in the street during New Year’s Eve celebrations.

Breckland Police said they had seized a number of fireworks after discovering people has been setting them off in Watton High Street.

Officers followed it up with a message to partygoers, saying: “Have fun but let’s #staysafe.”

People were out across towns in Norfolk and Waveney celebrating the turn of the year in pubs, clubs or at home.

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