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Two arrests as fighting breaks out on Bromley High Street

PUBLISHED: 13:14 13 November 2017

Bromley High Street

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The incident happened on Friday afternoon

Fighting broke out on Bromley High Street last week with at least one person thought to be wielding a knife.

Police are investigating an allegation of affray after they were called to multiple reports of disorder in the town centre at around 2.45pm on Friday.

Officer had received reports of people fighting in the street and with one eye-witness telling officer they had spotted someone with a knife.

A search began of the town centre, which saw two men, aged 23 and 20-years-old, arrested on suspicion of affray.

Both were taken to a south London police station and have been bailed to a date in December.

There were no reports of any injuries and police are continuing with enquiries.

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