Police warning over “dangerous” derelict factory site
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Police have issued a warning after receiving reports of people breaking into a derelict factory site in Fenstanton.
Officers say that a group of “young males” have been seen breaking into the former Dairy Crest premises, in High Street, in order to film themselves skateboarding.
PCSO Phil Davis said: “There has been rubbish left behind by the group and various graffiti daubed onto windows and walls.
“Damage has also been made by the group cutting perimeter wires so as to gain access which is mostly from the High Street side of the site.
“The site itself is not for public access and is dangerous with derelict buildings, large drilled holes to check the subsoil and other health and safety issues linked to derelict properties.”
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PCSO Davis said that CCTV footage had been obtained in a bid to track down the people responsible for entering the site.
Anyone with information can contact police on 101 quoting ref CF0219930516.
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