Police visit homes of youths causing trouble on Sheffield estate

Officers have visited a number of homes of individuals identified as part of a crackdown on anti-social behaviour.

Saturday, 11th March 2017, 6:15 pm
Updated Friday, 24th March 2017, 10:09 am

Several reports of youths causing trouble on the Westfield estate has prompted officers to take action by issuing 12 'Police Action Letters' to those responsible.

Police operating under the Sheffield South East Local Policing Team have also drawn up two 'Acceptable Behaviour Contracts'.

A spokesman from the LPT said: "We will continue to visit a number of homes in relation to a group of individuals that have been identified as causing anti-social behaviour in and around the Westfield area.

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"We take ASB very seriously and those identified as causing problems will be dealt with by means of a home visit, where PAL and ABC contracts are served where necessary"

Meanwhile officers from the same LPT were called out to reports of a stolen petrol strimmer from a garden shed on Stradbroke Avenue, Stradbroke. The incident is believed to have happened in the early hours of Friday morning.

On Hastilar Road South in Woodthorpe, a garage was broken into and a mountain bike was taken.

Any information, call police on 101.