Homeowners warned to be on alert after police receive tip-off over possible rave
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With the Bank Holiday weekend upcoming, Cambridgeshire police has warned residents living in rural areas that there could be a rave planned.
The constabulary says it has “received some intelligence” indicating that there could be a rave taking place “somewhere in the Fenland area”.
Julie Bailey, community safety officer, said: “Please could I ask you as members of the public to be extra vigilant and if you see anything that you feel could be suspicious or looks out of place in the local area.
“Persons evaluating the area, looking around buildings and yards open barns, convoys of cars with young people in them during early evening in areas that you wouldn’t expect.
“Please contact us on the non emergency number 101 for suspicious activity.
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