Increased police patrols after widespread anti-social behaviour in Crowland

A series of anti-social behaviour incidents in Crowland has seen damage to people’s property, verbal abuse and stones being thrown.

Wednesday, 5th February 2020, 2:36 pm

Lincolnshire Police has now issued an appeal to catch those responsible.

A force spokeswoman said: “We are investigating a number of incidents of damage and anti-social behaviour in Crowland.

“These incidents have occurred at various locations and include damage to people’s property, verbal abuse, intimidation and throwing stones. We are also aware of groups congregating at the abbey and reports of a large amount of litter being left there.

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“Such incidents have a real impact on the quality of life of Crowland residents and the South Holland policing team are working with partners including South Holland District Council to tackle this.

“There have been increased police patrols in the area and officers are following up CCTV and other lines of enquiry.

“I would appeal to anybody who has information about who is involved in these incidents to contact the policing team on [email protected] or via 101. Where there is sufficient evidence we will utilise both criminal proceedings and ASB legislation for those involved.”