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Comment posted Attempted abduction at knifepoint of serviceman at RAF Marham by Lundavra.

I have not seen anything about warning being issued late?

They would be circulated around the base and accommodation areas (which are fenced). There were extra police patrols, I would expect them to warn any service personnel seen away from the base.

Many comments online that it seems suspicious that no description has been given of the alleged attackers.

Lundavra also commented

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  • Military bases always seem to have a lot of CCTV around them so hopefully there will images of the number plate. I saw one report which said that the serviceman put up such a fight that there was lots of blood from his attackers which will give DNA to identify them.

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