Camp Hill residents help Nuneaton cops identify six youths in anti-social group – but more still need identifying

Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 10 January 2022

CAMP HILL residents have helped Nuneaton police officers identify six youths who were responsible for carrying out anti-social behaviour in groups across the area.

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Police officers working with the Nuneaton North Team have been responding to an increase in the number of anti-social behaviour (ASB) incidents on the estate – namely Brights Road and Edinburgh Road.

But, recently, they were supported by residents who provided CCTV images and footage, which lead to six of the youths involved successfully being identified.

A Warwickshire Police spokesperson thanked residents.

They said: “As always, we thank the support of the local residents.”

The youths who were identified have all been issued Anti-Social Behaviour Warning Letters in the presence of their parents, by Nuneaton and Bedworth Police.

Large group still involved – more need identifying

However, the force have stressed that a ‘large’ group is involved, meaning that further identifications are still required.

The Local School PCSO Liaison is in the process of contacting Secondary Schools to arrange an intervention on a large scale to assist combating the behaviour.

Residents with information on the group are being to report their concerns to officers officially on the non-emergency police number of 101, 999 in an emergency, or alternatively, online through the Warwickshire Police website.

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