POLICE are urging parents to check up on their children following issues with youths breaching lockdown rules in Lymm village centre at night.
Officers have had to move on groups of youths who are meeting up on Lymm Cross with friends after getting takeaway food.
When questioned the youths claim their parents know they are out.
Urging parents to check up on the whereabouts of their children and to take responsibility police posted on their facebook page: “We are in a Lockdown, you should only be leaving the house for essential reasons only. Unfortunately in chatting to the youths, they are advising that their parents are aware of where they are and what they are doing. We will continue to patrol the village and any groups will continue to be dispersed.”
Meanwhile, police are still receiving reports of vehicles turning up at Lymm High School and around the school and reports of anti-social behaviour.
They will continue to patrol the area.
We are still receiving reports of vehicles turning up at Lymm High School around the school and reports of anti-social behaviour, we will continue to patrol this area – vehicles have moved off on my arrival today but we will be back #lymmhighschool #wecare pic.twitter.com/ATxT8WKElQ
— Lymm Police (@LymmPol) January 15, 2021