Leicestershire Police said they had received no reports of any tremours and had not been called out to any incidents.
A spokeswoman said: "We've not received any calls about any tremors or any damage overnight."
A spokesman for the county's fire and rescue service also said it had not received any calls reporting an earthquake.
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