Police have revealed they are dealing with more than 50 incidents and inquiries in Devon this morning.
Staff at the Devon and Cornwall Police control room in Exeter listed all the live logs open across the county – including crimes, accidents and other investigations.
Resource deployment officer Lisa Burnett tweeted that the inquiries ranged from reports a few days ago to breaking incidents.
She said that they included investigations into domestic disputes, anti-social behaviour and fraud.
North and West Devon, which covers a huge area, had 15 live logs at about 9am; Exeter had seven; South Devon at 18, East and Mid Devon had 11 and Torbay only five.
She said that North Devon and West Devon logs consisted of “concerns for welfare”, burglary, domestic incidents and nuisance anti-social behaviour.
The officer said that Exeter logs consisted of a road traffic incident in Western Way in the city centre, domestic incidents, harassment and a missing person.
East and Mid Devon inquiries concern a broken down vehicle at Four Elms Hill in Newton Poppleford, missing persons and more ‘domestics’.
Eighteen incidents have come in from South Devon, including domestics, fraud, concerns for welfare and nuisance anti-social behaviour.
RDO Burnett said that it was surprising Torbay had so few open inquiries, which included domestic incidents and fraud.
Officers were also called to deal with a woman on a bridge over the A30 at Tedburn St Mark at about 9.30am this morning. The woman, in her 50s, was talked down safely.
A person has also been injured in an accident in Beacon Park in Plymouth.