Anti-vandal paint needed on Mancot library roof to stop kids climbing on it, say community support police
Residents in the Mancot area have reported ongoing issues with youths aged between 12-16 causing problems.
The playing field, library, and Mancot Lane have been identified as the main areas receiving calls related to these issues.
Police have said they are increasing patrols in the area, and anyone found causing problems will be dealt with.
In response to the recent incidents, there have been calls for the library to take additional measures to prevent the problem.
Following reports that youngsters had been climbing onto the library roof, police have recommended installing anti-vandal paint on the roof.
In an update on the North Wales Police Community Alert website, PCSO Gareth Price said, “We have recently received a number of calls in the Mancot area regarding youths aged between 12-16 causing issues between 1500-2000.”
“The playing field, library, and Mancot Lane are the main areas that were receiving the calls.”
“Patrols are being increased, and anyone identified causing problems will be dealt with.”
“I shall also be recommending that the library put Anti-Vandal Paint on the roof to stop these kids from climbing on top. If you know these youths causing problems, please warn them.”
You can report incidents of anti-social behaviour to North Wales Police here: https://www.northwales.police.uk/ro/report/asb/asb-v3/report-antisocial-behaviour/
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