Lidl in Wythenshawe is shut down and surrounded by police who make arrest after ‘disturbance’ | The Sun

A LIDL supermarket has been shut down and surrounded by cops who made an arrested after a "disturbance".

Eyewitnesses have also reported seeing officers "searching bushes" nearby the Lidl in Wythenshawe, Manchester.

Cops said they were called to a "disturbance" at around 9.30am.

Several police cars have been spotted stationed in the supermarket car park as well as an ambulance.

Police have also put up a cordon around the entrance to the store as well as taping off part of the car park.

One man has been arrested and enquiries are said to be ongoing.

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A forensic team have now arrived at the scene to collect evidence according to the MEN.

A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said: "Greater Manchester Police were called to Timpson Road in Wythenshawe at around 9:30am this morning (Tuesday 6 December 2022) to reports of a disturbance.

"Officers attended the scene and one man has been arrested as a result. Enquiries are ongoing at this time."

A spokesperson for Lidl has confirmed that the Baguley store is closed this afternoon while police investigate.

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No further information can be provided by the supermarket with it being a police matter.

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