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Stolen tractor driven through town centre

PUBLISHED: 08:55 20 January 2018 | UPDATED: 09:21 20 January 2018

The stolen tractor which was driven through Swaffham town centre. Picture: NORFOLK POLICE

The stolen tractor which was driven through Swaffham town centre. Picture: NORFOLK POLICE

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A man has been arrested after driving a stolen tractor through a town centre.

The male aged in his 40s was arrested by Norfolk Police after he drove the vehicle through the centre of Swaffham.

King’s Lynn Police, which dealt with the incident, tweeted: “A male in his 40’s was arrested tonight after being stopped driving a stolen tractor through the centre of Swaffham!”

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