Complaints over nuisance drivers in St Neots car park

14:15 05 May 2014

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Police are ­investigating complaints about nuisance drivers in a car park.

There have been concerns about noise late into the night caused by “aggressive driving” at the One Leisure site, in Barford Road.

More than 50 people responded to a complaint on Facebook, with many saying it had kept them awake last Thursday night.

A police spokesman said: “We will be sending PCSOs to speak to residents to discover what has been happening and when. We will then take appropriate action.”

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