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A man has been arrested after police chased a stolen tractor for 15 miles across the Norfolk-Cambridgeshire border.
The police chase included a helicopter and they tailed the tractor for half an hour.
Officers were first called to a farm at Tilney St Lawrence, near King's Lynn, just before 8pm on Saturday.
They chased the vehicle to Oakroyd Crescent in Wisbech - around 15 miles away - where the driver jumped out and ran off.
The tractor - a Case Puma 160 - was abandoned just in front of homes on the residential street but police said no damage was caused.
Officers confirmed a man in his 20s had been arrested in connection with the theft.