Multiple police descended on Coventry street in search for 'fence
Officers were called to Langbank Avenue in Ernesford Grange
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A large number of police descended on a residential Coventry street following reports of suspicious activity. Officers were called to Langbank Avenue in Ernesford Grange.
A man was seen trying to climb over the fence of a property on Friday, June 2. He then fled the scene, according to West Midlands Police.
Officers carried out searches of the neighbourhood but were unable to locate the suspect, the force said. A full investigation has now been launched with witnesses urged to contact West Midlands Police.
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A spokesman for West Midlands Police said: "We were called after a report of suspicious activity in the Langbank Avenue area of Coventry on Friday, June 2.
"A man was seen trying to climb over a fence and fled the scene. Enquiries are ongoing."
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