Violence reported at Burrowmoor School in March after parents were involved in an argument during a girls weekend football match
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A girls football match at a March primary school turned into a criminal investigation for affray when parents got involved in an altercation.
Police arrived following a call that said there was violence alongside the pitch.
A Cambridgeshire Police spokesman said: “We were called at about 12.10pm on Saturday (24) with reports of violence at Burrowmoor Primary School in Burrowmoor Road, March.
“Officers attended following reports of an altercation taking place between players in a girls’ football match, and the parents later getting involved.
“A crime has been raised for affray and investigations are ongoing.
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“No arrests have been made, or anyone questioned at this time, as parties involved did not wish to support a complaint against each other.”
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