Police tackle anti-social behaviour in Cranbrook with letters to nuisance teenagers

Police have spoken to parents of a group of nuisance youths in Cranbrook and sent anti-social behaviour warning letters.

Devon and Cornwall Police said officers received reports of nuisance behaviour on Tuesday, February 11, near the shops, prompting action.

Police said letters were sent to a group of teenagers in relation to the incident, but would not give any further details.

A Devon and Cornwall Police spokesman said: “Police received reports of anti-social and nuisance behaviour in an area of the town.

“Officers carried out enquiries and identified the individuals involved.”

Ottery St Mary’s police team said officers carried out home visits in Cranbrook to speak to the parents and the youths involved.

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