Bail for man who was arrested on suspicion of making threats to kill

PUBLISHED: 15:27 14 June 2017 | UPDATED: 15:27 14 June 2017

Police have made an appeal after a man in his 50s was assaulted in April.

Police have made an appeal after a man in his 50s was assaulted in April.

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A man arrested on suspicion of making threats to kill after armed police were called a house in St Neots has been bailed.

Cambridgeshire police were called to Cromwell Court, in Eynesbury, at about 4.45pm on Monday, to reports of concern for a person’s welfare.

A spokesman for the force confirmed that the 31-year-old man, from St Neots, had been bailed to attend Thorpe Wood Police Station, in Peterborough, on July 3.

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