Ribble Valley police patrolling anti-social hotspots call on public's help

Ribble Valley police are urging the public to report any anti-social behaviour as they hit hotspots across the borough this weekend.

By John Deehan
Friday, 14th January 2022, 10:00 pm
Police are out patrolling anti-social behaviour hotspots across the Ribble Valley
Police are out patrolling anti-social behaviour hotspots across the Ribble Valley

Officers have already being stopped in Castle Street, Clitheroe, tonight after reports of eggs being thrown at passing vehicles.

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PCSOs Sian Coffey and Caroline Pemberton will be making their way around various locations throughout the evening and are asking people to comment on the Ribble Valley Police Facebook page if they have any anti-social behaviour hotspots they want monitored.

If anybody sees anything suspicious, they can call police on 101 or report it online at https://orlo.uk/SeNpf