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A MAN was arrested after a car was driven into a police station.

A Nissan Micra car was driven into the front of the custody suite at Chichester police station.

The 38-year-old man driving the car, of no fixed address, was not injured.

He was arrested on suspicion of criminal damage, drink-driving and driving while disqualified.

Firefighters were called out at 2.40pm on Tuesday to stop petrol leaking from the car.

A spokesman for Sussex police said: ‘It was fortunate no-one was in the entrance at the time.

‘The door is off its hinges and there is extensive damage to the frame and glass.

‘The custody suite is still operating as normal.’