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Arrest in Clapton over ‘man with meat cleaver’

PUBLISHED: 17:18 09 May 2017 | UPDATED: 17:31 09 May 2017

Police at the scene in Rossington Street this afternoon. Picture: @999London/Twitter

Police at the scene in Rossington Street this afternoon. Picture: @999London/Twitter

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A man was arrested in Clapton this afternoon after police received reports of someone armed “with a meat cleaver”.

Cops were called to Rossington Street and at 5pm said the “incident has now been concluded”, with roads back open.

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