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Bristol police step up patrols to combat Islamophobia after Berlin Christmas market attack
by Laura Churchill
Police in Bristol have stepped up patrols in the city centre due to concerns about Islamophobia in the wake of the Berlin terror attack.
The Christmas markets in the German city were the target of a terrorist attack on Monday where a lorry was driven into crowds of people, killing 12 and injuring another 48.
Since then mounted police officers, bobbies on the beat and PCSOs have been spotted around the Bristol Christmas market in Broadmead.
Chief Superintendent Jon Reilly, area commander for Bristol, confirmed patrols had been increased in the city centre.
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