A boy is in police custody this afternoon after being arrested over a flour and water attack on three buses and a driver in Sheffield.
He was arrested after police officers were alerted to an incident at the bus terminus on Raeburn Road, Herdings, at 5.20am.
Three buses and a driver had flour and water thrown at them.
Police officers and firefighters were called to the bus terminus as a precaution and the area was cordoned off.
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Some bus services were also suspended while police officers investigated the incident.
They are now all back on the road and services are operating as normal.
South Yorkshire Police said: “Just after 5.20am this morning, it was reported that three buses and a bus driver in the Raeburn Road area of Sheffield had a substance thrown at them.
“No one was injured during the incident and the substance is not believed to be harmful and is believed to be flour and water.
“A 16-year-old boy has been arrested in connection to the incident on suspicion of common assault.”