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Parents urged to check up on children following large increase in anti-social behaviour

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POLICE are again urging parents to check up on their children following a large increase in anti-social behaviour across Warrington last night.

There was a large increase in Anti-Social-Behaviour on Friday evening, with groups of youths gathering in various locations around Warrington causing distress and upset among local residents.
Police are urging parents to be aware of their children’s location and activity in the evenings.
Meanwhile high visibility patrols are being stepped up around The Avenue at Lymm after numerous reports of anti-social behaviour and drug activity in the area.
Anyone looking to report a breach of the coronavirus legislation is urged to do so online at https://www.cheshire.police.uk/tua/tell-us-about/c19/tell-us-about-possible-breach-coronavirus-measures/

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