Extra patrols in Hook following reports of anti social behaviour
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Officers are conducting extra patrols in Hook after complaints about anti social behaviour.
Neighbourhood officer PCSO Nick Greenwood said: “We want to reassure residents in Hook that we are aware that anti social behaviour is a concern and we are carrying out increased patrols and proactively seeking offenders.
“If you have any specific concerns about anti social behaviour, please get in touch by calling 101 or you can email the Neighbourhood Team at [email protected]. If a crime is happening there and then, always call 999.
A 15 year old boy has sent a letter of apology after admitting stealing a fire extinguisher from a petrol station.
The incident occurred on October 17. Two male suspects entered the Texaco petrol station in Hook and one was seen to steal the extinguisher.
He was subsequently identified by CCTV and agreed to accept a penalty by way of a Community Resolution, after admitting he was responsible.
The boy, who cannot be named, wrote a letter of apology to the garage staff and is banned from going into the garage for a year.