Police called to Hatfield’s Asda over concerns for man’s welfare

PUBLISHED: 15:37 27 April 2018 | UPDATED: 15:37 27 April 2018

Asda in Hatfield town centre. Picture: DANNY LOO

Asda in Hatfield town centre. Picture: DANNY LOO

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Police were called after concerns were raised for a man’s welfare in Hatfield’s Asda.

Officers were called to the town centre supermarket at 7.54pm yesterday (Thursday, April 26) after a man cut his finger inside the store.

Staff believed he was acting suspiciously and phoned the police, who eventually found him in Stockbreach Road.

A police spokeswoman said he allowed officers to examine his finger but refused any medical treatment.

She added that advice was subsequently given but no crimes had been committed.

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