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Suspected rave organisers bailed

Warehouse
Officers said they received a "hostile" response at the warehouse

Four men arrested on suspicion of being involved in the organisation of an illegal rave in Suffolk have been bailed by police.

Officers were pelted with missiles when they tried to break up the event at a disused warehouse in Homefield Road, Haverhill, on Saturday night.

More 200 people were at the warehouse, which was cleared by 0720 GMT.

Three men from Hertfordshire and one of no fixed address have been released on bail until January.

A notice to close down the event was served at 0140 GMT and officers contained the area, which was cleared by 0720 GMT.



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