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Alert message sent 23/01/2018 14:00:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Dear Residents

Numerous Anti -social behaviour incidents have been reported to the Police over the past three months on Alton Close and Acorn Avenue Giltbrook.

These incidents include harassment, criminal damage and smoking which is believed could be drugs misuse.

Identity is sought on the description of two of the youths who have been wearing distinctive clothing:

  • A white male wearing a jacket which is blue on the top white on the bottom and light coloured tracksuit bottoms
  • A white male wearing a green parker coat light coloured tracksuit bottoms and black Adidas trainers.

These two youths are also congregating in a larger group containing males and two females.

Do you know these youths are? Do you know anyone who is also being affected by this group?

If you can help the Police identify these youths please ring 101 and quote incident number 000686-20012018

Eastwood Beat Team:

PCSO 8805 Chris CUPIT                                                PC 2645 Rich REYNOLDS

PCSO 8806 Zoe DRING                                                 PC 3302 Jo SAKKAL-APPELBY

PCSO 7168 Lara HOLBROOK                                       PC 2446 Paul TOON

PCSO 8883 Pater KEELEY

PCSO 8053 Neil REDDISH

PCSO 8199 Debs RICHARDS

 

The Beat Team can be contacted on 101 EXT 3189720

 



 
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Laraine Holbrook (Police, PCSO 7168, Kimberley & Watnall (Broxtowe North)

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