Police say there is an increase in anti-social behaviour by young people in Wickham

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Police say they are receiving an increase in reports of anti-social behaviour in Wickham.

They say the problem involves a number of young people acting in an unacceptable manner in various locations in and around Wickham Square.

As a result of this, the Designated Neighbourhood Office PC Conway along with PCSO Reeves and PCSO Wheeler-Osman from the Bishops Waltham Neighbourhood Policing Team have increased patrols in the area.

PC Conway said: “We would ask parents and guardians of the young people involved, to make sure you are aware of where your children are and ensure they are not getting involved in any Anti-Social Behaviour.”

Members of the public who witness anti-social behaviour should report it the following link can be used for anti-social behaviour reports: https://orlo.uk/2t2k6 or call 101.

Photo: Hampshire Police

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