Armed police rush to St Albans back garden after alleged knife threats
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Armed police rushed to a back garden in St Albans because a man was allegedly being threatened with a knife.
Herts police were called to Rodney Avenue at about 2.15pm on Sunday after reports that a man was threatening another man in a back garden.
The people involved are believed to know each other.
Initial reports alleged there was a knife, hence why armed police were called.
Anyone with information should report it to police at 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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