LiveLeeds news LIVE: Updates as police cordon in place in St Anne's Drive in Headingley

There is currently a police cordon in place on a road in the Headingley area of Leeds.

Sunday, 6th June 2021, 12:46 pm
Updated Sunday, 6th June 2021, 2:18 pm
St Anne's Drive, Headingley (photo: Tony Johnson)

St Anne's Drive in Headingley is being guarded by police.

There are currently two police vans and around four officers on the scene.

Residents have told our reporter on the scene that they do not know anything about why the road has been cordoned off.

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There are police evidence markers on the pavement outside some of the houses.

The YEP has asked West Yorkshire Police for more information.

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Leeds news LIVE: Police cordon in place in St Anne’s Drive in Headingley

Last updated: Sunday, 06 June, 2021, 18:24

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A spokesperson for West Yorkshire Police said: “Police were called to St Anne’s Road in Headingley just before midnight last night (Saturday).

“There were reports to police of three suspects believed to be with baseball bats attacking a vehicle.

“At least one injured party is being treated at hospital for injuries.

“At least one person has been arrested and police are investigating this as a serious assault at this stage.”

All the pictures from the scene as police cordon in place in Leeds street

There is a police cordon in place on a road in the Headingley area of Leeds.

More pictures from the scene

Evidence markers on the pavement

Pictures from the scene

St Anne’s Drive in Headingley is being guarded by police.

There are currently two police vans and around four officers on the scene.

Our reporter is on the scene and residents have told him that they do not know anything about why the road has been cordoned off.

There are police evidence markers on the pavement outside some of the houses.

The YEP has asked West Yorkshire Police for more information.

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