Investigations ongoing into 300-person rave which angered nearby residents
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Police are continuing to investigate a rave which angered nearby residents after a number of them were woken up in the middle of the night by loud music.
The 300-person rave was shut down by police on Sunday, August 18, after several neighbours raised concerns about the event.
It is believed the party, near Stanley Hills in Aldeby, got underway at about midnight.
A spokesman for Norfolk Police confirmed officers were continuing to investigate the incident.
Specialist resources from Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies were brought in to disrupt the event, which was closed down at about 4pm on the Sunday.
Sound equipment including decks and three generators were seized by police and the registration numbers of all vehicles present at the site were also taken by police.
It is thought about 100 cars were present near to the site.
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One man who has lived in Aldeby for 40 years said there was a rave in the same area around two years prior to this event.
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