Mystery surrounds a dramatic police chase on the outskirts of Huddersfield.
Readers contacted the Examiner over what one described as an “armed police chase” involving marked and unmarked police vehicles.
It is believed the police pursuit came along Penistone Road and past the Morrison’s superstore at Waterloo.
A reader photographed the vehicles apparently parked up in Southfield Road near the junction with De Lacey Avenue in Almondbury.
The man said he first saw the “armed police chase” near Morrison’s and said all the police vehicles were SUVs, two of them unmarked.
He added that it “looked like they were chasing someone.”
The drama happened at around 2.30pm on Saturday.
There were also reports that the police helicopter was seen hovering over the same location in the Lepton area at around the same time.
A spokesman for West Yorkshire Police said the incident was part of an “on-going, active police investigation” and no further details could be released.
End of the live updates
That is the end of the live updates. We will bring you news on the incident when we get it.
No police statement
West Yorkshire Police said they will not provide a statement on the incident until Monday
Photos from the scene
We are contacting West Yorkshire Police again to see if they can confirm what the incident was
Link to armed incident
Police search of house understood to be linked to earlier armed incident
Armed officers attended
Reporter has arrived
News editor Martin Shaw has arrived at the scene. Police are still carrying out inquiries. It appears as though the incident has concluded but officers are still in the area
Video of police at scene
Reporter heading to scene
We’ve got a reporter on his way to Almondbury to find out what has happened