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Police helicopter circles town 44 miles away as car linked with crime in Greater Manchester crashes

A police helicopter circled over a town 44 miles away from Greater Manchester after a car, thought to be linked to crime in Oldham, had crashed.

Police descended on Tunstall after the vehicle, that police say has links to 'cannabis cultivation and burglary', was involved in a collision. Residents of the Staffordshire town said they were woken by the sound of a force helicopter circling the town in the early hours.

Now Greater Manchester Police (GMP) are appealing for any witnesses to come forward after the collision on Scotia Road. The police presence in the town was spotted on Saturday morning (March 30), reports StokeOnTrentLive.

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GMP say the incident is linked to an ongoing investigation into 'the cultivation of cannabis and burglary' at a property on Ripponden Road, in Oldham at around 2am on March 30.

A spokesperson for the force said: "No arrests have been made at this time with enquiries ongoing. The subsequent vehicle that was stolen and involved in a road traffic collision in Staffordshire has been seized."

Anyone with information should call Greater Manchester Police on 101 and quote 356 of March 30.