After the terrifying scary-clown phenomenon terrorised Northampton, it has now reached Norfolk.
Norfolk Police received a report from a member of the public alarmed by a clown sighting in Gaywood, near King's Lynn, on Tuesday evening.
The person responsible was described as wearing a "full clown outfit" with a red suit and red hair.
The following evening the force received a similar report after two clowns were spotted near a skate park in the town. These people wore "Halloween-type" clown masks.
In both cases, the callers reported being alarmed and being chased a short way up the road.
They told members of the public to ignore people dressed as clowns if they meet them in the street.
Superintendent Carl Edwards said no one had been injured or assaulted.
He added that it seemed whoever was behind the bizarre sightings was probably trying to shock people and it was best not to give them the attention.
Officers would patrol areas where the reports had been made and, if they found any clowns, they would "offer them strong words of advice", he said.
"Nobody has been assaulted and it appears that the people involved are waiting for a passer-by to be startled by their appearance and run away, and then the clown runs after them for a short distance.