Appeal for information following recent antisocial behaviour in Eastleigh
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We are appealing for information following reports of antisocial behaviour, involving people on motorcycles, in the Eastleigh area.
In addition to the antisocial behaviour, we are also investigating whether any of the bikes involved have previously been stolen.
We have been investigating these incidents and enquiries remain ongoing, but we are very keen to catch up with and speak to those responsible.
Eastleigh Neighbourhood Policing Team Inspector, Andrew Mooge, said, “This type of behaviour can have a serious, detrimental impact upon our local communities.
“We won’t tolerate it and we will be doing everything we can to identify and deal with those responsible.
“As ever, in order to effectively tackle the issues, we rely on your help in telling us where and when things are happening.
“Please be sure to report any sightings of the group to us, so we can catch up with them, look to take action and prevent any further issues.”
If you witness any incidents of this nature, please get in touch with us. You can do this by calling 101, reporting online via the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Constabulary website, or by calling Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
The accompanying image is taken from CCTV camera footage, and shows some of the group’s recent activity. If you see similar, please contact us.