Broken pumpkins and egg houses as police promise to crack down on Halloween anti-social behavior
POLICE has pledged to crack down on anti-social behavior following a number of reports this Halloween.
Dyfed-Powys Police said they received a number of calls tonight for anti-social behavior – from a five-year-old whose pumpkins were smashed and an elderly woman’s home being stimulated.
Officers say a number of these violations were caught on doorbell cameras and officials “can expect a visit from us very soon.”
In a social media post, Dyfed-Powys Police said: “It’s sad to hear the messages and calls coming into our contact center tonight.
“A five-year-old returning from a party with his broken pumpkins all over his house; and an elderly lady cleaning eggs from her window (by this weather!) are just a few of them.
“It’s reassuring to hear the number of people who have managed to film these people on their doorbells.
“So those who cannot be nice, can expect a visit from us very soon.”
“If you are reporting non-urgent issues, but still harming your community, you can contact Dyfed-Powys Police by visiting https://www.dyfed-powys.police.uk/ro/report/asb/asb / antisocial-behavior-report /
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