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ALDBROUGH: Youths seen playing in derelict buildings

Alert message sent 23/03/2020 12:49:00

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ALDBROUGH:

POLICE are growing concerned about reports of youths hanging out in the derelict buildings on the former RAF Cowden site.

On March 17th there were reports of two youths in the buildings, following another group of four were found there in February.
Young people have been spotted vandalising the former RAF Cowden site— smashing windows, removing boards and climbing inside.

Community Police Officer Darren Bainton said: “Residents have raised issues with the police and parish council as “There is a real possibility that someone could get trapped or seriously injured.”
He said: “Officers are working closely with the local authority and the security firm. We would like to take this opportunity to remind the public that derelict buildings and properties that have fallen into disrepair are not safe environments to be in and urge parents to know where their child or children are; especially during the current school closures and period of self-isolating due to the Corona Virus”

“Derelict buildings can be and often are very unsafe and pose a genuine danger to anyone who ventures in. Officers will continue to give the area passing attention.”





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