'Death threats' towards young poppy seller

Co-op in Belper Image copyright Google
Image caption The Army cadet was selling poppies outside Co-op in Strutt Street, Belper

A man has been arrested on suspicion of making threats to kill an Army cadet who was selling poppies outside a supermarket.

The boy was selling the poppies for Belper Royal British Legion when he was allegedly threatened outside the town's Co-op on Saturday.

Police said the man who made the threats walked away to a car in the store's car park and was driven away.

A 34-year-old man was still being interviewed by detectives, police said.

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