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Youths arrested in Swaffham over anti-social behaviour and criminal damage



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Six youths will appear in court in relation to anti-social behaviour and criminal damage offences in Swaffham.

Breckland Police announced this morning that a total of eight youths were arrested and interviewed under Operation Trundle.

And six of these have now been summoned to court and are awaiting dates to appear.

One youth is being dealt with by a Youth Offending Team, while another has had no further action taken against them.

Breckland Police said eight youths were arrested in Swaffham with six due to appear in court
Breckland Police said eight youths were arrested in Swaffham with six due to appear in court

A spokesman for Breckland Police said: "We continue to work in partnership with other agencies to combat anti-social behaviour.

"As part of that partnership work anti-social behaviour letters have been sent out to parents of youths in relation to ASB in the area."

Norfolk County Council, the Breckland Operational Partnership Team and housing associations such as Cotman and Flagship are on board with this work.

The next Swaffham Safer Neighbourhood Action Plan meeting will take place on Tuesday, July 16 at 7pm in the town council offices.



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