Police called to Leeds school after disturbance involving pupil leads to full evacuation

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A schoolboy has been arrested by police in Leeds after causing a disturbance which resulted in a full evacuation of his school.

West Yorkshire Police said its officers were called to Crawshaw Academy in Pudsey at 11.20am today amid concerns for the boy's welfare.

Police were called to Crawshaw Academy in Pudsey, Leeds, amid concerns for a pupil's wellbeing. Picture: Google

Police were called to Crawshaw Academy in Pudsey, Leeds, amid concerns for a pupil's wellbeing. Picture: Google

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It followed a disturbance involving the boy at the school in Robin Lane.

A fire alarm had been activated during the course of the incident, resulting in a full evacuation of the school.

A police spokesman said: "Police were called to Crawshaw Academy after a disturbance involving a pupil. He had run off from the school and concerns were raised for his welfare.

"The fire alarm had been activated and pupils and staff had left the building."

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The spokesman said police were currently at the school and the pupil had been found safe by officers in the area.

He has been arrested in connection with the incident.