A vulnerable man in his late 20s was safely escorted from the roof of a car park in Cambridge's city centre, after emergency services scrambled to the scene to negotiate with him.
Police, firefighters and paramedics were called to Queen Anne Terrace car park off of Gonville Place just after 11pm last night (April 6).
A witness at the scene reported seeing a huge response still there at midnight.
But police confirmed this morning that the man, who was in his late 20s, was successfully brought down from the roof.
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A Cambridgeshire Constabulary spokesman said: "We have attended to a male in his late 20s who was at the car park.
"The man was successfully brought down from the roof of the car park.
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"He had some injuries consistent with self-harm. He is currently receiving health care.
"We are treating this as a mental health problem. He is not in custody."