Police rush to Aylesbury canal after concerns were raised for woman's safety

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Police officers in Aylesbury rushed to a canal after witnesses raised concern for a woman’s safety in the town.

Yesterday afternoon (22 September), Thames Valley Police sent multiple units to Watermead Lake to monitor a woman’s safety.

They were then diverted across town and officers eventually found the woman by the canal off Lester Road, near Aqua Vale.

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Police in Watermead yesterdayPolice in Watermead yesterday
Police in Watermead yesterday

Emergency response vehicles were spotted speeding on to the Watermead area at around 3:30pm.

A Thames Valley Police spokesperson told The Bucks Herald: “At around 3.12pm yesterday afternoon we received reports of a concern for safety on the canal near Lester Road.

"We were initially called to Watermead Lake. Officers attended the scene alongside Buckinghamshire Fire Service and the woman was found safe and well along the canal near Lester Road.”