Anti-social behaviour 'will not be tolerated' state police in Milford

By Paul Evans   |   Content editor   |
Monday 31st January 2022 1:03 pm
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Police in Milford Haven have stated that acts of anti-social behaviour and criminal damage will not be tolerated as officers currently investigate a number of incidents in the area over the last month.

A number of properties have been targeted with youths knocking on doors and windows, kicking doors resulting in damage, and throwing eggs at properties causing damage.

“A number of crimes have been recorded and investigations are ongoing to identify the youths responsible,” said a spokesperson for Dyfed-Powys Police.

“Work is being done by police officers to review CCTV footage to identify those responsible.

“The impact that this is having on the lives of Milford Haven residents is significant and will not be tolerated. Milford Haven Police remain committed to dealing with anti-social behaviour, criminal damage and the safeguarding of our communities.”

Anyone with information on any offences committed which may assist police enquiries are asked to please call and report matters on the 101 number.


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