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Armed Police Swoop in Bugle

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2:17pm 31st May 2012
(Updated 2:17pm 31st May 2012)

Two men arrested after an armed siege in Bugle are released on bail.

Officers were scrambled to Minorca Lane in the early hours of yesterday morning.

Police think threats to kill were made possibly with a gun.

2:17pm 31st May 2012

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