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Officers are appealing for information after residents reported a number of youths engaging in anti-social behaviour in the Stafford area recently.
In the last two days, police have received a number of separate anti-social behaviour reports from the Baswich and Wildwood areas.
Most recently, a group of three white male youths on bicycles were reportedly banging on the door of a residential property at 12am this morning (Thursday 1 September), near to Stockton Lane.
An hour later, at 1am, at least five youths were seen dragging traffic cones and rubbish bins into the road near Porlock Avenue.
They left the area on bicycles.
It comes as, during the early hours of Wednesday (31 August), a group of male youths were seen acting suspiciously near Wildwood Drive.
One was riding a bicycle, the other was riding a push scooter and the third was on-foot.
Chief Inspector Giles Parsons, of the Stafford LPT, said: “We would like to reassure residents that we have increased patrols in the areas and are actively investigating these reports.
“The local policing team remains committed to addressing the concerns of our communities and stopping those who seek to cause problems in our areas.”
Anyone with any information asked to contact us on Facebook, Twitter, or call 101, quoting incident 2 of 1 September.
Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
For more information on how to report anti-social behaviour in your area, visit: Report antisocial behaviour | Staffordshire Police