Police hunt Herefordshire yobs after unacceptable and dangerous behaviour
A SEARCH has been launched for a group of teenagers after "unacceptable and dangerous behaviour" was reported in a Herefordshire town.
Constable Lowri Jones said officers in Bromyard received a report that a group of three teenagers had been shining lights into the windscreens of cars as they drove through the town centre at around 7pm last night (February 7).
Last week, the Hereford Times was told of objects being thrown at a car while driving along Tenbury Road near to the Conquest Theatre.
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"This is obviously unacceptable and dangerous behavior and I am taking steps to identify these boys," PC Jones said.
Anyone who sees antisocial behaviour should report it on 101, or 999 if it is happening there and then.
"Antisocial behaviour can have a detrimental effect on a person," PC Jones said.
"Officers who attended the area last night were told that it's a regular thing. If we don't know about it, we can't do anything about it."
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Police have been trying to crack down on antisocial behaviour in Bromyard, with more patrols around hotspots such as the public hall in Cruxwell Street.
More signs have also been put up in a bid to deter the criminal behaviour.