The operators of Yorkshire's police helicopter apologised for the noise 'first thing' in the morning after searching for two burglary suspects.
NPAS Carr Gate, a police helicopter which flies all over Yorkshire, was in Garforth in the early hours to assist in the search for suspects after a spate of burglaries in the area at the weekend.
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Two people were arrested following the searches early on Sunday.
A post on the NPAS Carr Gate Facebook said: "Good Morning from your day crew, firstly apologies for the noise over Garforth first thing this morning, we were assisting in a search for suspects following a number of burglaries in the area, 2 persons are currently in custody."
Of course, residents were only too happy for a bit of noise in the name of crime prevention.
"No apology needed for keeping us all safe", said one reply.
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Another added: "Please don't apologise for the noise. If it was my loved ones who were missing, you could make as much noise as you needed for as long as you needed. I never got why people complain about the noise. If you lift it's for a reason, not cos you were all bored and fancied a quick heli trip!"
Police added that over the last 24 hours, the helicopter has been to:
"Mansfield; Woodthorpe, Sheffield; Sheffield Centre; Rossington, Doncaster; dispatched to both Durham and Middlesborough, (cancelled en-route as both missing people were located) Cleckheaton & Garforth.
"A mixture of both vehicle and suspect searches, with one vehicle and 3 suspects located through out the day."