Posted: Fri 28th Jan 2022

Police in Anglesey town ask parents to find out where children are following anti-social behaviour problems

North Wales news and information
This article is old - Published: Friday, Jan 28th, 2022

Police in an Anglesey town are asking parents to check where there children are in the evening following a rise in anti-social behaviour.

Patrols are being stepped up in Amlwch after reports of youths causing trouble, with drugs seized from some of those involved.

Officers are also working with teachers at a local school to identify youngsters involved in the incidents.

Posting on Facebook, members of the North Wales Police Anglesey team said: “Following a recent rise in reports of anti-social behaviour in the Amlwch area, our officers will be increasing patrols in the town and surrounding area.

“We have liaised with staff at Ysgol Syr Thomas Jones in relation to the youths involved in the incidents, with concerted ongoing enquiries to identify those responsible.

“Our message to parents in these areas is to please consider where your sons and daughters are during the evenings, who they are spending time with, and what they are doing when they are out of the home.

“Pictured are some of the drugs seized by officers last weekend from youths involved in anti-social behaviour.

“If you witness an ASB incident you can report it via 101 or via our online reporting service.”

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