Police patrols increased at Bretton's Pyramid Centre in Peterborough after spate of youth anti-social behaviour
Police are increasing patrols at the Pyramid Centre in Bretton after a recent spate of youth anti-social behaviour.
A police spokesman said today, Thursday September 13: "We're aware of concerns relating to the anti-social behaviour of a small group of young people around the Pyramid Centre in Bretton.
"We'll be carrying out patrols in the area, but if anyone has any information about it please report it to us at http://www.cambs.police.uk/report or call 101."
Police have been called six times in the last month to incidents of anti-social at the Pryamid Centre.
On August 16 police were called at about 10.15pm to reports of a group youths climbing on a roof, officers got there about 15 minutes later and they had left.
On August 17 police were called at about 4.20pm to reports of a motorbike being ridden on the paths near and in the shopping centre. Whilst on the phone to officers they stopped.
On September 2 police were called at about 6.15pm to reports of an altercation between two groups of kids. There was no violence and officers gave words of advice the following day.
On September 6 police were called at about 7.15pm to reports of a group trying to force their way through a gate which was damaged as a result.
On September 7 police were called at about 7.30pm to reports of a bike being stolen. An appointment was made to speak to victim and appropriate adult but the bike was returned the following day.
And on September 8 police were called at about 7.40pm to reports of a white mountain bike being stolen. Investigations into the theft continue.