Firefighters and police officers force their way into cubicle at Letchworth public toilets after concerns for man's welfare

PUBLISHED: 18:46 27 May 2017 | UPDATED: 18:46 27 May 2017

The public toilets at Howard Park in Letchworth, where police and firefighters forced their way into a cubicle amid concerns for a man's welfare. Picture: Harry Hubbard

The public toilets at Howard Park in Letchworth, where police and firefighters forced their way into a cubicle amid concerns for a man's welfare. Picture: Harry Hubbard

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Firefighters and police officers forced their way into a Letchworth toilet cubicle today after concerns for a man's welfare.

Police were called at 11.29am to the public toilets at Howard Park and Gardens in Norton Way South, due to concerns for the welfare of a man.

It was reported that a man had locked himself inside a toilet cubicle, with officers and firefighters forcing their way in to help him.

A police spokeswoman has said the man is safe and well.

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