There has been an update on this story - please click here to read more: Man charged with several crimes following 'disturbance' in Aylesbury

Police cordoned off an area of Aylesbury following reports of a ‘disturbance’ between two men.

At around 1pm on Wednesday, January 6, the two people were involved in an incident in Paradise Orchard.

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This led to several members of the public to call the authorities.

Due to the situation, an area of Paradise Orchard was closed off, but it has now been reopened.

Thames Valley Police Aylesbury Vale also revealed that one person has been arrested and remains in custody.

DC Rachel Huggins from Aylesbury Police station has said: “I am grateful to all the witnesses who have provided statements to the police.

"I am appealing to anyone else who has any dashcam footage or who saw the incident to come forward and speak to the police to assist the investigation.

“Please call 101 or report online quoting reference number 43210006451.

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“Alternatively, if you wish to remain 100 per cent anonymous you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

No one was seriously injured and the police at this time are not seeking any other people in connection with this incident.