September 28th, 2016

Concerns grow amid Alcester anti-social behaviour

Concerns grow amid Alcester anti-social behaviour Concerns grow amid Alcester anti-social behaviour

CONCERNS are growing that anti-social behaviour may be on the increase in Alcester with five reports in the last week.

Police have had several calls from worried residents, starting on Wednesday (October 28) when they received a report of young people in cars causing a nuisance and possibly smoking cannabis in the car park of the town hall on Gunnings Road. This was recorded again the following day and officers say it has become a re-occurring problem.

During Hallowe’en (October 31) police received anti-social behaviour reports of children kicking balls against the windows at the Greig Hall and eggs being thrown at houses and cars at 9pm on Arrow Crescent.

Then at 1.45am on Sunday (November 1) on Kingley Avenue several youths were accused of being rowdy in the streets.

Anyone with concerns of anti-social behaviour should call police on 101 number or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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