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Police urge locals to report anti-social behaviour

Police urge locals to report anti-social behaviour

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 1:32pm 8th May 2019. (Updated at 4:57am 9th May 2019)

Callington police are urging people to report anti-social behaviour across the Tamar Valley.

Officers say they are working to crack down on ASB as well as drug supply.

Apparently incidents are being posted about on social media but are not being reported to police.

It comes after a warning went out about suspicious activity in the area and the local community was urged to be vigilant.

Now officers are reminding people to keep them informed so they can continue to keep the area safe.

"Some of our priorities within the Tamar Valley are Anti-social behaviour (ASB), along with the use and supply of drugs.

"It appears that reports of ASB in the Tamar Valley are being reported onto local community groups and not actually being reported to us.

"In order for us to take positive action with regards to ASB or drug supply in the area we need these reports and any witnesses willing to provide their details, to keep us informed of any incidents.

"Please help to keep the Tamar Valley safe and provide any information to us rather than posting information on social media.

"We have been actively searching social media sites to find out information and follow up on incidents. Without information we cannot act.

"It’s very frustrating seeing posts that say 'what are the Police doing about it' when no-one has told us!

"For more information on what we are up to, you can go onto the Devon and Cornwall Police Website and find your local Policing Team, alternatively you can follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

"You can call 101, email us on Callington@devonandcornwall.pnn.police.uk , or call Crime Stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

"We want to keep the Tamar Valley safe, as much as you do, so please contact us with information!"

Callington Police

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