South Ribble Police detained two youths yesterday for throwing rocks at a Leyland police station.Advertisement
In a tweet on Monday 17 January, the police posted a photo of three rocks on top of the station.
They issued a lighthearted warning to other would-be offenders.
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South Ribble Police said: “The National Neighbourhood Policing Week started off with a bang at Leyland.
“If you are going to throw rocks, it’s probably best that you don’t throw them at a police station.
“Two youths were detained by the Neighbourhood Team.”
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Starting Monday 17 January, the Neighbourhood Policing Week of Action celebrates the work of neighbourhood policing teams, including community engagement, problem-solving and activity targeting.
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