Yorkshire news Businessman caught up in armed police raid in Dewsbury speaks out PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - The business owner said police broke into his unit and three others on the industrial park
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A business owner in Dewsbury who was caught up in the huge armed police raid says he has 'never seen anything like it' in his life. A large police convoy flooded a Dewsbury street at around 3pm, with adults and children allegedly being seen being moved from the area. Armed officers, search teams and dog handlers from West Yorkshire Police travelled in convoy to a “pre-planned operation” at Bretton Park Way this afternoon [Sunday]. As of 6.45pm today, they remained at the scene. Road closureshave been put in place by the force’s roads policing team. To get the latest email updates from Yorkshire Live, click here. One business owner, who did not want to be named, said there were "loads of police" at the scene and they searched through four units on the industrial estate on the road. Follow live updates on this developing story with out dedicated live blog He said he had "no idea" what they were there for and that they had "broken in to my unit".
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. They are not giving any information away. I've never seen anything like it."
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The man said police had checked all of the offices in his unit and felt that "whatever they were looking for wasn't small". He said: "They have done a lot of damage to my unit." He also said police had told him that they may be working at the scene for a number of days. YappApp said earlier today: “Reports are coming through after a large police convoy, consistent of over 20 police vehicles, left Dewsbury Police station and travelled to Bretton Park Way. “Adults and children can be seen lead away from the area by officers as armed police surround an industrial unit.” West Yorkshire Police were contacted for a comment but a spokesperson told us not to expect one until Monday.
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