The Sheffield estate where police are ‘stepping up’ patrols after anti-social behaviour
A knife was seized by police officers after patrols were stepped up on a Sheffield estate in response to reports of anti-social behaviour.
South Yorkshire Police said extra patrols have been carried out in the Fairleigh and St Swithun’s Church area of the Manor estate.
Yesterday, two males were arrested after a knife was seized.
Enquiries are ongoing.
To report incidents on and around Manor call South Yorkshire Police on 101 and ask for the Sheffield South East neighbourhood policing team.