Police investigating after reports of gun being fired in Stevenage

PUBLISHED: 17:37 18 April 2017 | UPDATED: 17:37 18 April 2017

Police are still trying to find out what happened after reports a gun was fired.

Police are still trying to find out what happened after reports a gun was fired.

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Police are still trying to establish what happened after reports that a gun was fired in Stevenage yesterday.

Officers were called shortly before 2pm following a disturbance outside an address in Colestrete.

Members of the public reported hearing a loud bang and told police that a man might be in possession of a weapon.

Others speculated that someone had been shot.

People took to Facebook to give their versions of what happened.

Police went to the scene and found a number of people at the address but no reports of any injuries. No weapon has yet been found.

Investigations are ongoing and anyone with information should contact police on 101.

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