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Police trying to stamp out anti-social behaviour in south

Tue, 22 Dec 2015

Damage was caused to public toilets in Castletown
Damage was caused to public toilets in Castletown

Parents are being asked to keep a closer eye on their children after an increase in anti-social behaviour in the south of the Island.

Police say they're finding youths walking the streets late at night - officers believe they're responsible for damaging public toilets in Port Erin and Castletown.

PC Louise Kennaugh says this behaviour has to be stamped out so people in the community don't have to pay the price.

She's urging parents to help police by keeping tabs on their youngsters especially over the holiday period:

 

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