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Leeds Man Arrested After Five-Hour Stand-Off

A man has been arrested following a five-hour-long stand-off with police in a Leeds supermarket.
West Yorkshire Police say they were called to the Harehills area at 1.21pm "to reports of a man demonstrating threatening behaviour with knives in the street".
A spokesman said officers attended and pursued the 32-year-old man into a nearby supermarket, where he was contained.
Negotiators were brought in and he was later arrested. It is understood no hostages were involved.
The spokesman said the only injury was to a man who suffered a small cut to his finger after coming into contact with the man before he entered the supermarket.
Harehills Lane, outside the supermarket, was closed for a number of hours during the incident.
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