Police crack down in St Ives after men and women seen urinating in public

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Cambridgeshire Police are increasing patrols in St Ives following reports of antisocial behaviour near Woolpak Lane.

Residents have reported incidents of men and women urinating in a public place, outraging public decency and possession of illegal drugs.

Sergeant Andy Street and his team are working with the Huntingdonshire Crime Safety Partnership to crack down on the issues.

Officers are warning that anyone caught carrying out any of the incidents could be arrested and face prosecution.

Cambridgeshire police are urging residents to continue to report incidents on 101 or online at www.cambs.police.uk/report.


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