Police increase patrols after reports of ‘antisocial behaviour’
- Credit: POLICE
Police have increased their patrols in Chatteris following reports of antisocial behaviour at the hands of younger people in the area.
Reports include fires and damage to residential buildings near the recreation and town centre areas.
A spokesperson for Fenland police said: “It is with sadness that again I have to increase patrols across the recreation and town centre areas of Chatteris.
“There’s been an increase in antisocial behaviour at the hands of younger people – this time fires and damage to residential buildings.
“I appeal directly to those responsible; you are very much aware of what I, along with partner agencies are trying to get established in your town for you.
“Do not put that in jeopardy. In turn may I appeal to anyone with information that could identify those responsible to send us a message, or report via our website.
“Many thanks and take care.”
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