Police confirm an investigation is underway after they were called to reports of a large fight at a High Wycombe petrol station.

At around 7:40pm on Monday evening (September 27), Thames Valley Police were called to the Jet petrol station on Desborough Park Road to a disturbance involving around eight people.

No one has been arrested but investigations are still ongoing.

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One eyewitness said: "Two individuals were fighting and then lots of others were trying to stop and help, it was madness.

"They were fighting in the middle of the road right at the intersection between Abercromby Avenue and Desborough Park Road with cars coming in every direction."Bucks Free Press:

Manic queues have been forming outside petrol stations for just under a week as a national shortage of lorry drivers has led to panic buying of fuel across the UK.

A Thames Valley Police spokesman said: "Officers were called to reports of a disturbance at a location in Desborough Park Road, High Wycombe, at approximately 7.40pm on Monday evening.

"The incident involved a group of up to eight people.

"Nobody was arrested, but the investigation into the circumstances is ongoing.

"Anybody with any information, or who witnessed the incident, or who may have dash-cam, CCTV or mobile phone footage of the incident is asked to call 101, quoting reference number 43210436519."

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