Numerous police cars 'called to major incident in Doncaster'

Princess Avenue, Stainforth. Picture: Google
Princess Avenue, Stainforth. Picture: Google

Numerous police cars have reportedly been called out to attend a major incident in Doncaster this evening.

Pictures circulating on social media appear to show several police cars parked in Princess Avenue, Stainforth.

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It is understood officers were called to the scene at about 3.30pm today.

Residents claimed a vehicle had been stolen by two males.

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This has not yet been confirmed by South Yorkshire Police and the force is yet to comment on the incident publicly.

However, the National Police Air Service - which sends the force helicopter to assist officers on the ground - tweeted that they attended Stainforth to deal with a "fail to stop" incident in which a driver has been arrested.

It is not clear yet if the details about these incidents are linked.

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We will bring you more details about this alleged incident as and when we get it.