A man has been charged following a car ramming into Edmonton Police Station.

Adam Pawlowski, 45, of Goff’s Lane in Waltham Cross, has been charged with attempted arson with intent to endanger life and criminal damage.

Officers were called to the incident outside the building on Fore Street at around 6.58pm on Wednesday (November 11).

Pawlowski was believed to have left his car after crashing into the police station, and part of the road outside was set on fire.

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A video grab during the arrest (Photo: Ogur Mazlum/PA)

No-one was injured in the collision or blaze on Fore Street at around 7pm and police said it was not being treated as terror-related.

Pawlowski will appear in custody at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court today (November 13).

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A car had crashed into the police station (Photo: PA)

Detective Chief Superintendent Treena Fleming said earlier on Thursday: “I would like to thank the local community for their patience and co-operation while officers dealt with this incident and the resulting scene.

“My thanks and admiration go to the brave officers who responded to this incident without hesitation in order to keep the public safe, and also to the members of the public who assisted in detaining the suspect without fear for their own safety.”