Lloyds Bank in Helston has reopened following a police incident this morning.

Police were called to the bank at Market Place just after 9am.

The side door to the bank could be seen broken in, with the bottom half missing.

A man was later seen being put into the back of a police van parked in Wendron Street by officers.

Falmouth Packet:

The broken in door

A police spokesperson has now told the Packet: "Police were called just after 9am this morning following reports of a disturbance taking place within Lloyds Bank on Market Place in Helston.

"Units attended and have detained a man in his 20s in connection with this incident and police enquiries continue."

No one is believed to have been injured in the incident.

Falmouth Packet:

The bank is shut this lunchtime

A note on the front door of the bank read this morning: "Following an incident we will reopen when we can."

It later reopened at 12.30pm. 

A spokesperson for Lloyds Bank said via its press office: "We can confirm an incident took place earlier this morning at our branch in Market Place, Helston.

"No customers or colleagues were hurt and a police investigation is ongoing."