Police visit youths at home addresses after anti-social behaviour in March

PUBLISHED: 14:59 14 March 2018 | UPDATED: 14:59 14 March 2018

A number of youths have been spoken to by police following anti-social behaviour outside the supermarket in March.

A number of youths have been spoken to by police following anti-social behaviour outside the supermarket in March.

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A number of youths have been spoken to by police at their homes due to recent anti-social behaviour outside Sainsbury’s in March.

Officers visited the addresses last night (March 12) and say that more will be spoken to ‘in the coming days’.

It comes after 11 reports have been received so far this year about anti-social behaviour outside of the supermarket.

The behaviour includes shouting, swearing, being abusive to members of the public, riding cycles and doing wheelies.

A post on the Policing March and Chatteris Facebook page stated: “Parents/guardians engaged positively and will be dealing with their children appropriately.”

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