Appeal for witnesses after wave of anti-social behaviour in Bordon

Thursday 30th June 2022 10:59 am
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Police are appealing for information after receiving a number of reports of anti-social behaviour in Bordon.

The incidents took place between 7pm on Tuesday, June 28 and 7am on Wednesday, June 29 in Forest Road, Conde Way and Varna Road.

At 12.47am on June 29, a disturbance was reported in the grounds of Chase Community Hospital in Conde Way. It was reported that a group of young people were on the roof shouting and banging things.

At 1.32am on June 29, approximately ten young people were reported walking from Forest Road towards Chalet Hill, banging on windows, kicking fences and playing loud music.

Between midnight and 7am on June 29, a car parked on Varna Road had its window smashed.

Between 8pm on June 28 and 7am on June 29, damage was caused to fencing and items were stolen from the grounds of Tootsies Day Nursery in Forest Road.

At 9.17am on June 29, police received a report that Chase Community Hospital had been broken into sometime between 7pm on June 28 and 7am on June 29.

Officers are carrying out extensive enquiries to try to identify those involved and will continue to carry out patrols in the area.

Sgt Noel Griffiths, from Bordon’s neighbourhood policing team, said: “We know anti-social behaviour causes misery to communities and we simply won’t tolerate it in Bordon.

“We are asking anyone who has any information such as private CCTV footage, including any Ring doorbell or dash-cam footage, to get in touch as it could help our investigation.

“It may be that you’ve heard something and know who may have been involved.

“Officers will continue to patrol the area over the coming days. If you have any concerns or information, please feel free to speak to them.”

Anyone with information is asked to call Hampshire Constabulary on 101 quoting reference 44220258636.

They can also call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or report anonymously online at https://crimestoppers-uk.org/

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