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Anti-Social Behaviour – Message from the Police

West Yorkshire Police have been contacted by Addingham Parish Council several times over the past few weeks regards incidents of anti-social behaviour within the village. The police have spoken to the Parish Council, residents, businesses and group organisations regards incidents at the cricket club, war memorial and the public toilets. Reports have been made including anti-social behaviour, criminal damage and theft and it is suspected that these incidents are being caused by a youths. West Yorkshire Police will take positive action against any person found to be involved in these and any further incidents and parents should be asking what their son or daughter may-be doing if they are hanging around these locations. It is asked that residents with any information report it to Keighley police via the police switch board by calling 101, or anonymously via crime stoppers on 0800 555 111 or by emailing Keighley NPT on keighleynt@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk.